Entries in 'march' (38)
2.67m boxed games were sold last month in what was a decent March for retail.
March, you reckon? Well it's funny you should say that...
Next March has just got busier, with a new game in the Army of Two series reaching shelves.
Namco Bandai has generated gross profit of £1.3bn (¥167.5bn) for its financial year ending March 2012, but expects fewer games to arrive over the next 12 months.
Good news for Namco Bandai this morning – the publisher has claimed the lion’s share of Japanese software revenues for the second month in a row.
Consumers have spent more than £7m on Rovio’s new iOS release Angry Birds Space in just five days.
Xbox 360 owners may be able to access digital TV service BBC iPlayer via Xbox Live as early as next week.
EA is cracking down on scammers with an update for FIFA 12 which includes new security and game features.
All Bungie-developed Halo games will have their online data handed over to Microsoft’s 343 studio on March 31st.
Capcom will release its eight-game Digital Collection bundle – complete with two Street Fighter titles – on March 30th in the UK.
The special SKU for Tecmo Koei’s Ninja Gaiden 3 has been confirmed for the UK, although pricing is still to be announced.
Konami has announced US release dates for its trio of new Silent Hill releases, including Vita exclusive Book of Memories.
Ubisoft has pushed back Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Future Soldier on consoles by two months to May 25th.
THQ’s new IP Homefront beat Pokémon and a string of high-profile EA titles to become the biggest selling game of March.
Almost one million fewer games were sold at UK retail last month compared to the same period in 2010.
Nintendo's DS was the best selling console in the US last month, according to the latest report from stats body NPD.
Following confirmation earlier this week that eight games will launch alongside the 3DS in Japan on February 26th, Nintendo has now dated a further 16 games that will be out ...
Sega Sammy Holdings has posted a year-on-year increase of almost 200 per cent for its fiscal year ending March 31.
The value of the UK games software market fell in March by seven per cent year-on-year. But it was still a great month of major releases, while EA and Square ...
The value of the UK games software market fell in March by seven per cent year-on-year, according to ELSPA/GfK Chart-Track.
Sony’s God of War III emerged as the March software champion in the US, shifting 1.1m units and bettering the performance of predecessor God of War II by 32 per ...
The US video games market at last recorded a month of growth in March, climbing six per cent year-on-year to reach a value of $1.52bn.
In news that can only mean good things for Sony’s PS3, sales of Blu-ray discs in North America have shown an impressive year-on-year increase for the three months ending March ...
Battlefield: Bad Company 2 has already sold 2.3m units having been on the market for just two weeks.