Entries in 'decline' (99)
Famitsu publisher Enterbrain has claimed that 2009 was yet again a year of decline for the video games industry in Japan with both hardware and software sales suffering year-on-year decreases.
Though it remains the daddy of the current console market, sales of Nintendo’s Wii are showing year-on-year declines across the board – and the company’s manufacturing partners are now feeling ...
Sales analyst NPD has revealed that the North American video games market suffered yet another monthly decline in August – its sixth in as many months – though there are ...
July proved another tough month for video games retailers in North America, with the overall value of the market declining 29 per cent year-on-year with a total value of $1.19bn.
Nintendo has become the latest video games company to suffer significant year-on-year declines, with net profits down 60.6 per cent in Q1 2009-2010 to YEN 42 billion, compared to YEN ...
Ubisoft has seen Q1 revenue generated by DS titles fall by a huge 67 per cent in the last year.
The British economy contracted by 0.8 per cent in the last quarter – more than double the figure predicted by analysts.
New data from metrix specialist comScore has shown that the number of people playing online casual games in the US was up by 22 per cent annually in May – ...
Stats from sales analyst NPD have shown that the Canadian video games market suffered a like-for-like fall in sales in Q1 – the first time the territory has shown an ...
2009 has proved to be a testing time for Finnish mobile phone giant Nokia, with the telecoms specialist reporting a 90 per cent fall in profits for Q1 2009.
The UK High Street suffered a like-for-like sales decline of 0.7 per cent in Q1 and 1.2 per cent in March, the latest figures from the British retail Consortium reveal.
John Lewis has seen mixed results at its electricals and home technology department, after sales fell overall by 13.9 per cent year on year.
New research from Japan’s Computer Entertainment Supplier’s Association suggests that the number of people in Japan who consider themselves to be gamers has reduced significantly in the last year.