Entries in 'International' (42)
Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin was the best-selling game of last week in Japan, but its success couldn’t keep PS4 hardware sales buoyant.
According to research outlet McCormick AMS, Irish gamers spent €206m (£149.1m) on boxed video games in 2014.
Rovio has appointed Alex Lambeek as its new chief commercial officer.
Sony’s latest PS4 exclusive has been unseated during its second week in Japan as another new Bandai Namco release shot to the top.
Market research firm Newzoo estimates that the Danish video games market generated $221.46 billion during 2014.
Last week’s Japanese retail charts resembled a bygone era, as the latest Final Fantasy and Resident Evil instalments topped the rankings.
The Netherlands continues to host a flourishing games market, experiencing massive growth propelled by the strength of serious games and social titles.
Portugal is a fast-growing European region for games, despite a recent withdrawal of games retail in the area.
Sony’s consoles have topped the Japanese hardware rankings once again, despite a week full of new titles for Nintendo’s 3DS platform.
The nod has again been given for PS4 and PlayStation Vita to go on sale in China.
France continues to experience a healthy games sector, bolstered by growth in physical retail and online.
Dragon Quest Heroes helps keep PS4 and Vita on top of the Japanese hardware charts for a second week
Square Enix’s new Dragon Quest spin-off has helped Sony’s PS4 and Vita place top of Japan’s hardware rankings once again.
The Interactive Games & Entertainment Association has revealed that Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare was the best selling game in Australia last year.
The price of new video games appears to have been hiked in Canada.
Casual and online games continue to prosper in Belgium, as sluggish smartphone uptake limits the presence of mobile gaming in the region.
Iceland is a thriving landscape for games, backed by strong government investment in the industry.
The release of the next entry in Bandai Namco’s God Eater franchise has shaken up the Japanese retail charts.
Japan continues to be one of the most lucrative games market in the world, despite the falling presence of console gaming in the region.
Mexico now boasts the second-biggest games sector in the Latin American region, behind Brazil.
Six brand new releases resulted in a brand-new chart-topping title in Japan last week.
Despite Polish consumers spending more on games purchases than the rest of Eastern Europe, the country’s games retail industry remains afflicted by rampant piracy.
The sale of games consoles is to be rolled out across the whole of China, it is claimed.
Three new entries in the Japanese software charts push down previous top dogs Yokai Watch 2: Shinuchi, and Pocket Monster Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire.
The Spanish market is one of the largest in Europe.
Yokai Watch 2: Shinuchi and Pocket Monster Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire continue to be the best-sellers in Japan, according to data from Famitsu.