Entries in 'Software Sales Monitor' (17)
Despite a handful of new releases hitting shelves, the UK games retail market only grew by a fraction during the week ending March 31st.
UK games retail generated £14.1m last week – a dip of 21.2 per cent from the £17.9m made during the week prior.
It wasn’t a great week for UK games retail, with the market shrinking by a third. £14m was generated from game sales overall which is almost £7m less than last ...
Retail discounting Skyrim helped the UK games retail market generate a whopping £68.3m last week – a ten per cent rise over the week prior’s £62.2m.
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.
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.
The boxed games market value fell to £31.7m this week down from last week’s £39.1m – a change of 18.9 per cent.
It was a big week for the UK games market, with the total value up by 36 per cent to £39.1m, and unit sales up by 31 per cent to ...
It’s the post-FIFA blues this week, with unit sales falling 43 per cent to 887,494 and the market value plunging further, down 51 per cent to £26.3m week-on-week.
The market value leaped 94 per cent week-on-week to £53.8m following FIFA 12's release – the biggest week for games retail so far this year.
The UK games retail market generated £27.7m last week, a 136 per cent rise week-on-week and the second highest number this year.
A lack of major product saw the UK games market drop significantly to £11.73m this week – a fall of 34 per cent.
The UK games market slipped slightly this week, down six per cent in value to £13.7m and five per cent in units to 619,538.
The market leapt 62 per cent this week, spurred on by the release of Square Enix’s Deus Ex: Human Revolution which went straight to No.1. £14.6m was generated from game ...
It’s no surprise that the UK games retail market has suffered its worst week in a long time – ten years, in fact.
After a brief increase last week, the market value dipped again to £10.7m. This is inline with the week ending July 16th – also £10.7m – which was the market’s ...
The weekly entertainment UK software value rose to £11.5m, up slightly from the £11.2m generated from game sales last week.