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Indie publisher Nicalis has said that WiiWare sales are in decline and have reached the stage of being “almost non-existent”.
Generation Media looks at the year-on-year percentage change in video games advertising and sales of boxed titles.
The market fell below the £10m mark for the first time this year during the week ending April 21st.
As part of its investor presentation last night, Nintendo revealed that Sony’s PS3 has taken control of the European hardware market since the turn of the year.
3DS and Wii platform holder Nintendo has reported a ¥37,320m (£284m) loss for the year ended March 31st 2012.
The Eurozone crisis, global debt levels and international recession. None of which are terms respected by Apple.
GameStop has reported a 3.6 per cent decline in like-for-like store sales for its fiscal fourth quarter.
Nokia’s first stab at reversing its torrid fortunes appears not to have taken off.
The PlayStation 4, Xbox 720 and Wii U will fail to match the sales of their immediate predecessors, analyst Piper Jaffray believes.
UK developer Splash Damage has said that 2011 release Brink has sold in excess of 2.5m units worldwide, generating revenue of around $120-140m.
Such has been the fantastic and ongoing success of Xbox 360 in the last few years that the industry can’t help but be worried when the market leader posts such ...
Paid-for Xbox Live games and content are enjoying “good growth” in the UK year-on-year, says Microsoft.
With the doom-mongers continuing the circle, THQ has announced that it expects Q4 sales to exceed expectations.
It may be the biggest and most important retailer in the UK, but supermarket giant Tesco has posted its first fall in UK profits for 20 years.
Ahead of its release next week, analyst firm Cowen and Company has predicted that Activision’s Prototype 2 will struggle at retail.
Developer Starbreeze has claimed that the recent instability at retailer GAME “hurt” the sales of its recent shooter Syndicate.
It remains the powerhouse IP of modern console gaming, but figures suggest that Activision’s mighty Call of Duty IP is in decline.
Kinect Star Wars helped the UK games retail market get back on track last week, which generated over £2m more than it did the prior week.
Sony’s PlayStation Vita continues to struggle to establish itself in Japan, with weekly sales of the console hitting an all-time low.
The boxed games retail market may be down year-on-year but SteelBook SKUs are booming.
Developer thatgamecompany has announced that its recent PS3 release Journey has become the most successful game ever to be released on PSN.
Sales of the Nintendo 3DS leapt to almost 100,000 units in Japan last week, spurred by the release of Kid Icarus: Uprising.
HMV says its market share on new games has more than doubled.
UK games retail generated £14.1m last week – a dip of 21.2 per cent from the £17.9m made during the week prior.
The pressure is on for action RPG Dragon's Dogma as Capcom aims to make its newest IP a global smash hit.