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The UK games market generated £62.2m last week, up 13.9 per cent over the seven days prior. Unit sales also rose 19.6 per cent from 1.9m to 2.2m in the first week of December.
Peter Moore, the high-profile COO of publisher EA, has insisted that its recent release Battlefield 3 successfully captured a slice of Modern Warfare 3’s market share.
Nintendo 3DS became last week’s biggest selling games device – and it might even sell out before Christmas.
Nintendo president Satoru Iwata believes the 3DS is about to cross the 3m sales mark in Japan and will reach a 4m milestone by April.
A market researcher has stated that Amazon may have sold as many as two million units of its Kindle Fire tablet.
Much like the big Hollywood movies, triple-A games have become all about the opening weekend.
The market value dipped ten per cent to £54.6m, down from last week’s £60.9m. That’s still a huge amount and should increase as Christmas approaches.
Despite a troubled start to its life, Nintendo’s 3DS has after just eight months on the market beaten the year one sales numbers of its predecessor the DS.
Microsoft has recorded its best weekly sales in the history of the Xbox brand, selling just under 1m units in seven days.
Electronic Arts has announced sales of its blockbuster first-person shooter have surpassed the eight million milestone.
A surge of punters picking up a brand new iPhone 4S in October saw Apple sell more smartphones than all Android smartphone makers combined, according to new Kantar Worldpanel research.
Bobby Kotick has warned the markets to expect shortages of its innovative kids title Skylanders this Christmas.
In its first week of release, Activision’s Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 was the single best selling product at supermarket giant Sainsbury’s.
In celebration of its first birthday in Japan, Famitsu has published firm Japanese sales data for Xbox 360 motion camera Kinect.
MCV quizzes UKIE board member and Sega UK MD John Clark on the importance of including digital sales into the weekly charts...
Activision’s Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 has achieved a rare feat for a Western-developed FPS by debuting at the top of the Japanese software charts.
Kinect may be a more familiar fixture in the headlines, but a new report suggests that PlayStation Move may be steadily closing the sales gap.
Nordic Games has confirmed that total lifetime sales to date for its We Sing series have now hit one million units worldwide.
Any fears that the dancing game craze had passed have been well and truly dispelled following the release of some impressive statistics from publisher Ubisoft.
The growth of the digital games market may typically be seen as the biggest threat to retail, but is the cramped Q4 release schedule in reality a bigger burden?
Global games retailer GameStop has posted a solid set of Q3 numbers amidst a background of widespread financial unease.
Activision has named a number of entertainment and retail stats demonstrating the monstrous success that is record breaker Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3.
Over 7m copies of console and PC adventure game The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim have been shipped by Bethesda.
The GAME Group has admitted that the 2011 video games market has performed “below its expectations”.