Entries in 'market' (283)
The UK market won’t recapture the Wii heyday of 2008 for some time, according to Screen Digest.
Steam’s grip on the PC download sector has made the market far too competitive to bother with, rivals warn.
MCV understands that at least two big-name digital retailers are facing ...
EA has announced a loss of $201m for the quarter ending September 30th 2010 – that’s nearly half the $391m loss the publisher reported in the same period in 2009.
The total value of the US games market hit $1.22bn in September, down from the $1.32bn seen in the same period the year before.
Supermarket behemoth Tesco wants to have a 20 per cent share of the UK games software market.
THE NEW PLATFORMS: FACEBOOK, MOBILE AND THE CLOUD
The rise of digital games sales is destroying High Street and ruining an entire sector. Or not.
UK studio Bizarre Creations has warned that new IPs might suffer in the run-up to Christmas.
Microsoft has hit back at criticism that it isn’t doing enough to support PC gamers.
Unless Microsoft and Sony move to lower the RRPs of Xbox 360 and PS3 the Wii should still be able to maintain its position in the video games market well ...
A new report from American stat analysis group NPD suggests that the value of digital PC games market is now far greater than the boxed sector.
The decline of the boxed PC games market has claimed one of its most high-profile casualties yet with news that the PC arm of famed football management series Championship Manager ...
Though the global games market is having to face up to some tough times at the moment, a new report from the Entertainment Software Association has outlined the true extent ...
Kinect and Move might herald a new era for peripherals and accessories firms.
There are significant doubts about whether the success 3D has seen at cinemas can translate to the home.
The total value of the social network games market will reach $1.5bn by 2014, according to a new report from Screen Digest.
The value of the UK games hardware market for year-to-date is 2010 has dropped a disappointing 32 per cent compared to 2009, representing a total value loss of £122m.
It was once the global leader in the mobile phone market, but the rise of competitors such as Samsung, Apple and Google has seen Nokia’s grip on the sector reach ...
New research from US stats body The NPD Group claims that in 2009 US consumers spent a total of $4.5-4.75bn on pre-owned games, game rentals, subscriptions, digitally downloaded games, DLC ...
Cult Japanese arcade developer Cave, which is famous for its notoriously challenging and collectible shmups, has told Develop of its plans to tailour its creations for an international market.
The flood of bad games – and the damaging effects of piracy – have ruined the software market on Wii and DS according to Namco Bandai’s VP of sales, marketing ...