Entries in 'decline' (99)
The US video games market has ceased its decline, according to the latest numbers from NPD.
A failure to keep pace with changes to the international games market has hit the Japanese games industry hardest.
Global games retailer GameStop has reported a like-for-like annual sales decrease of 6.7 per cent for the quarter ending May 4th 2013.
Activision CEO Eric Hirshberg has hit back at critics that claim the Call of Duty series is past its peak.
With Microsoft and Sony about the throw millions and millions of pounds at launching their next-gen consoles, some observers may quite rightly ask one question – why?
Game quality assurance firms have felt a sizable decrease in their console projects, which has put pressure on some companies to seek new business from other parts of the entertainment ...
Hit releases such as BioShock Infinite and Tomb Raider were sadly unable to stop another month of annual decline in the US video games market.
International games retailer GameStop has reported a year-on-year increase in profits from $943.2 to $974.9 for the 14 weeks ending February 2nd.
Video games have been named as the biggest victim of the UK’s 2012 High Street slump.
The next Call of Duty – likely to be Modern Warfare 4 – will likely sell less than this year’s Call of Duty: Black Ops II.
Sales in Sony’s games division fell 15.1 per cent in the quarter ending December 31st, although overall Sony has enjoyed somewhat of a reversal of fortune.
The total value of the US video games market declined nine per cent in 2012.
Global games retailer GameStop has fared better than the overall games market by posting a sales drop of just 4.6 per cent for the nine weeks ending December 29th ...
UK retail sales values were up ever so slightly by 0.3 per cent year-on-year fro December.
Sales of video games consoles in 2012 fell 33.1 per cent year-on-year.
The ERA has said that the UK video games market declined 17.4 per cent to £1.598bn in 2012.
Yes, we all know that retail is a tough environment at the moment. But video games are amongst the worst performers of 2012.
Month one sales for Call of Duty: Black Ops II were down 14 per cent on the 2011 November sales of Modern Warfare 3, a report has claimed.
All the research suggests that Call of Duty has peaked.
Shares in tech giant Apple have slid 20 per cent since the launch of the iPhone 5 in September.
2.1m games were sold at retail last month – a drop of more than 40 per cent compared with June 2011.
We still don’t know if Grand Theft Auto V will make it to retail in time for Christmas, but even Rockstar’s mammoth IP is unlikely to prevent a year of ...
That it “outperformed the market” will likely not completely appease GameStop’s shareholders after the company reported a 12.5 per cent decline in like-for-like sales for its fiscal Q1.
The UK games retail market was down a third in a tough April for the trade.
The games and consoles TV advertising market is at a five-year low. This market consists of six key sectors, and we’re going to look at which are responsible for the decline.