Games Industry Market Data
Mobile data firm App Annie reports that games were responsible for more than 80 per cent of consumer spending on the App Store and Google Play outlets.
The latest entry in Square Enix’s Dragon Quest series – Monsters: Joker 3 – was this week’s best-performing game in Japan, according to data provided by Famitsu.
The gap between mobile gaming and the chasing pack is getting wider.
Ubisoft’s online shooter The Division is at the top of the UK Top 40 once again.
Digital game sales were up ten per cent year-on-year this February, reaching a total value of $6.2b (£4.4bn).
Chinese mobile games publisher Shanda Games is enjoying remarkable success from an unlikely source.
The specialist press is the most trusted source for video games opinion in Britain.
Pokémon Tekken fighting game crossover title Pokkén Tournament has shot straight to No.1 in Japan according to data from Famitsu.
Here’s a number that will send chills through the minds of mobile game makers.
5.1 million PlayStation 4 and Xbox Ones have been sold in the UK.
Publisher Panic has expressed its gratitude for the way in which the video games community has made its recent narrative adventure title Firewatch such a great success.
Of the three big players entering the VR fold this year, only one has a chance of being a mainstream hit.
Ubisoft’s latest smash hit The Division was the best-selling game in the UK for the second week running.
The blockbuster Pokémon series has sold over 279 million units globally since it debuted in Japan 20 years ago.
The announcement of a £350 RRP for PlayStation VR could mark the game over point in the next-gen console battle.
Ubisoft’s record-breaking shooter can’t be stopped.
The revenue generated by game downloads has officially become one of the measures by which the Office of National Statistics measures UK inflation.
Ubisoft said it was going to do it, and The Division has delivered.
Paradox Interactive is celebrating the first birthday of city builder Cities: Skylines by announcing a highly impressive sales milestone.
February marked another sales victory for Sony’s PlayStation 4 in the US.
Steam’s current surprise hit is on the cusp of a big sales milestone.
SuperData now reckons the new virtual reality sector will make nearly a third less money this year than it had originally forecast.
The latest entry in Ubisoft’s Far Cry series holds fast at No.1 in the UK this week.
It’s 1996 again – Pokémon Red, Green, Blue and Yellow took the No.1 spot in Japan last week according to data from Famitsu.
Two brand new releases fly to the head of the UK All Formats charts.