Games Industry Market Data
After debuting in pole position, Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End holds the crown this week.
Take-Two has said that Rockstar is currently the top publisher of digital PS2 classics on the PS4 store.
The latest entry in Sony’s Uncharted franchise has been a smash hit in Japan, according to data from Famitsu.
The final entry in Sony’s Uncharted franchise A Thief’s End has shot to the top spot in the UK charts, beating Week One sales records for the franchise.
The number of downloads on Google Play has increased by 3.8 times since 2012, while revenue has shot up 35.7 times, in the last four years.
Capcom has revealed that Street Fighter V has sold 1.4 million copies since its February launch.
Activision has revealed an incredible statistic highlighting to enduring popularity of Call of Duty.
Research firm Newzoo has said that plenty of consumers are considering forking out for a VR headset.
$6.2bn was generated from digital game sales in the month of March, research firm SuperData says.
Bandai Namco’s latest release based on the popular One Piece manga has taken both first and second place in Japan, according to data from Famitsu.
With what appears to be a tough year ahead, Nintendo’s financial performance for the year just ended may worry investors.
More than 10m people worldwide have signed up to Miitomo, Nintendo’s first foray into the mobile games space.
Internal forecasts for the Wii U in Nintendo’s current financial year point to a possible cancellation for the hardware.
Microsoft’s Gears of War 4 may not be arriving for another six months, but it currently has a bigger ad presence on US TV than games that are just around ...
Sony’s latest PlayStation 4 exclusive Ratchet & Clank shoots straight to the top of the UK charts, beating the series’ week one sales record three times over.
A press release from eSports firm Gfinity has seemingly let slip some up to date Xbox One sales data.
One analyst has now significantly reduced its expectations for the financial impact virtual reality will have on the market in 2016.
New Yo-Kai Watch title Sangokushi has claimed its third No.1 in the Japanese charts according to data from Famitsu.
Norway is the 28th biggest video games market worldwide, according to data firm Newzoo. In 2015, the Norwegian industry generated estimated revenues of $274m (£193m).
Developer Yacht Club Games has revealed just how well its indie darling has performed.
Bandai Namco has taken its first UK No.1 this year as action RPG Dark Soul III shoots to the top.
Mobile games have caused an 8.2 per cent increase in downloads on Apple and Google’s digital storefronts.
Clash of Clans creator Supercell has another hit on its hands.
Ubisoft was the hero on the High Street last month, with The Division and Far Cry Primal topping the UK charts.