Entries in 'sales' (249)
The console video game market is about to get a hell of a lot bigger.
Official figures from Apple have revealed a record-breaking nine million sales of its new iPhones in just three days.
Microsoft has reclaimed its crown as the UK’s No.1 platform holder.
Capcom’s Monster Hunter 4 has sold a ton of copies out of the gate and, according to the latest charts in Japan, 3DS sales are benefiting because of it.
Capcom has shipped 2m Monster Hunter 4 units out to retailers just days after its arrival on Japanese shelves.
Grand Theft Auto V will generate $1bn in revenue within a month of its launch, analyst firm Baird Equity Research has claimed.
Chief financial officer Jay Rasulo has said Disney is “extremely happy” with the early commercial performance of Disney Infinity.
Futuresource Consulting has predicted that PS4 will enjoy a decent sales advantage over Xbox One over the next five years.
The increasing importance of tracking digital sales has been highlighted once again by multiplayer heist shooter Payday 2.
Total War: Rome II would have been the UK’s real No.1 last week, if we counted digital sales, MCV can reveal.
The early indications for Sony’s PS Vita TV are very promising.
Just Dance has now sold over 5m units in the UK, says Ubisoft.
The latest in the Madden NFL series moved over a million copies in North America during its first week, EA has announced.
Publisher 505 Games is releasing digital hit Terraria in a box because it’s missing out on sales.
It seems that the reincarnation of Final Fantasy XIV has proved a big success – although it has come at a cost.
Global games retailer GameStop has reported a 10.7 per cent decline in both global and like-for-like sales for Q2 2013.
Guild Wars 2 has claimed an impressive sales record, if publisher NCsoft is to be believed.
Pre-orders for Watch Dogs and Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag are higher on Xbox One and PS4 than on current generation platforms, says Ubisoft.
PlayStation 3 was the No.1 console of the summer in the UK with some help from 2013’s second best selling game.
The latest release from cult developer Suda 51 has failed to make an impact on the Japanese market.
654.12m. That amazingly high figure is the number of consoles that Nintendo has sold in the last 30 years.
A lack of new releases saw Capcom post a 72.9 per cent decrease in operating income for the quarter ending June 2013.
Only 160,000 Wii U consoles were sold worldwide in the quarter ending June 2013.
BioShock Infinite has crossed 4m sales since launching in March, according to Take-Two.