Entries in 'market' (283)
Rockstar Games must have missed the memo that the games market is supposed to be struggling.
The PSPgo market may be more profitable than first thought – Slitherine claims the Sony handheld is one of its most lucrative platforms.
Sales of brand new boxed games on the High Street now account for just 54 per cent of the overall video games market according to a new study entitled the ...
The BBC believes it can revolutionise the games market with Doctor Who: The Adventure Games.
The UK games market has bounced back following a collapse in retail sales two weeks ago.
An analysis of the UK video games market by Nick Parker claims that UK hardware unit sales of Nintendo’s Wii are down 45.1 per cent for the year-to-date ending March ...
The UK games market’s weekly value has fallen to its lowest point in years, according to GfK Chart-Track.
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 ...
Rockstar has high hopes for the upcoming Red Dead Redemption, but US analyst Michael Pachter has questioned whether it will become the blockbuster that publisher 2K Games intends.
Many figures in the global stock market last night became incredibly excited after it was reported that Apple had for the first time overtaken Microsoft in a leading market ranking ...
It may lack the high-profile appeal of football or motor racing, but Codemasters CEO Rod Cousens has told MCV that those who questioned his company’s commitment to digital cricket fail ...
Square Enix has laid out ambitious plans to become a Top Five European publisher over the next few years.
The company also reckons it can turn up the heat on ...
The value of the UK games software market fell in March by seven per cent year-on-year, according to ELSPA/GfK Chart-Track.
Surging sales of high-definition Blu-ray discs have seen the value of the UK home video market surge by 10 per cent year-on-year for the first quarter of 2010.
Ahead of the release of Xbox 360 fighter Samurai Shodown Sen next Friday, Rising Star Games’ product marketing assistant Yen Hau has said that Japanese games stand a better chance ...
It was meant to be the Q1 that would save us from the slump, but a wash of quality releases have not been able to halt a games market decline.
Nintendo’s Wii accounted for 47 per cent of the global home console market in 2009, according to a report from Ibis Capital.
Early numbers from Famitsu publisher Enterbrain claim that the Japanese market suffered a slight annual decline for the fiscal year ending March 31st.
Publishing giant Sega has defended PC gaming, calling it a strong and vital market for the games industry.
Though it insists that its half-year financials (which are due to be published on May 20th) should meet its previously published expectations, Future has issued a cautious pre-close trading update.