Games Industry Market Data
The soundtrack for Grand Theft Auto V is the top-selling video game album for the second year in a row.
Zynga says its slow and steady turnaround is continuing, despite big drops in its user numbers.
2015 was the biggest year in UK games industry history.
New Bandai Namco Naruto title Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 debuted at No.1 in Japan, according to data from Famitsu.
Activision’s Call of Duty Black Ops III returns to the No.1 spot this week with an 11 increase in sales.
Nintendo has revealed that, following their respective release, Wii U shooter Splatoon has consistently outsold Mario Kart 8.
In April last year, Russian games veteran Sergey Galvonkin set up Steam Spy.
Square Enix’s Dragon Quest Builders: Alefgard wo Fukkatsu Seyo debuted in Japan last week and dominates the top half of the region’s charts.
Warner Bros’ LEGO Marvel's Avengers has become the eighth LEGO video game to reach the top spot in the UK charts.
Riot Games, creators of eSports frontrunner League of Legends, reportedly made $1.6bn off the game in 2015 according to SuperData Research.
The remake of the first game in Sega's Yakuza franchise – Like A Dragon in Japan – debuts at No.1 in the region's Top Ten, according to data from Famitsu.
The smartphone sector is king, consuming all other formats in its wake, right? Apparently not. Actually, the good ol' PC still rules the roost.
Kantar’s latest Entertainment Barometer report paints a picture of decline for physical games retail – although it’s faring better than the wider entertainment market.
Activision’s Call of Duty hangs on to the top spot in the UK All Formats charts for a seventh consecutive week.
The latest Game Developers Conference State of the Industry Survey has revealed a spike in interest in virtual reality within the games development community.
Research company App Annie has released its mobile market report for 2015.
Atlus’ remaster of 2008 JRPG Odin Sphere has shot to the Japanese top spot according to data from Famitsu.
US video games trade body the Entertainment Software Association has criticised the market data released by research firm NPD.
With a lack of new releases hitting shelves, Call of Duty once again retains the top spot in the UK All Formats chart.
There were more Apple iOS devices than Windows devices shipped in 2015.
The headline news from this year’s GfK report is this: There were fewer games sold last year, there were fewer consoles sold last year, but accessory sales continue to rise.
PS4 and Xbox One UK game sales shot up by over 50 per cent in 2015.
The latest entry in Capcom’s Monster Hunter series is manages to hold on to the top spot in Japan, according to data from Famitsu.
Valve’s alteration of how it conducts its Steam Winter Sale appears to have paid off.
Activision’s Call of Duty starts 2016 as it ended 2015: in the No.1 spot in the All Formats Top 40.