Entries in 'market' (40)
Jagex is one of the oldest names in free-to-play games, having launched RuneScape in 2001.
5.17m boxed games were sold in the UK last month, as the games industry returned to growth for the first time in years.
Jules Williams, consumer retail analyst at Kantar Worldpanel, discusses whether the next generation of consoles has what it takes to restore the games industry...
Utility Vehicle Simulator. Chemical Spillage Simulation. Street Cleaning Simulator.
There’s much excitement online this week as Valve detailed more of its battleplan to get Steam a space in the living room.
Over 133 new studios opened within the UK in the last 18 months. 80 per cent of these are working on games for Apple’s iOS platform, and over 70 for ...
AMD’s success in securing rights to produce the innards for both Xbox One and PS4 has placed it in pole position to take control of the PC games market.
The decline in PCs is not having any detrimental effect on Steam, which according to owner Valve continues to post impressive growth.
Futuresource Consulting has predicted that PS4 will enjoy a decent sales advantage over Xbox One over the next five years.
Digital full game downloads and DLC spending grew 27 per cent in the US games market during Q2 2013.
The PlayStation Vita was designed for a market where smartphones, tablets and freemium games were not the driving force.
Distributor Al Futtaim wants to help publishers cash in on the growing Middle East games market.
The Indian games industry is one of the world’s future powerhouses – and now is the time to form a trade body to support it.
275,000 physical games were sold in the UK last week. Xbox Live title State of Decay sold 250,000 units in two days in the same week.
The US video games market has ceased its decline, according to the latest numbers from NPD.