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Wii U will fail to sell the 9m units Nintendo has predicted for the current financial year, analysts have said.
Microsoft’s Xbox One sold around 150k units in its first 48 hours in the UK, MCV understands.
Grand Theft Auto V continues to break retail records, reaching 3m UK sales faster than any game before it.
Official figures from Apple have revealed a record-breaking nine million sales of its new iPhones in just three days.
Futuresource Consulting has predicted that PS4 will enjoy a decent sales advantage over Xbox One over the next five years.
It looks like April may have been another terrible month for Wii U in the US.
Problems with Ouya units sent out to early backers will be eased come the official launch in June, the company has insisted.
EA’s controversial city-simulator SimCity has passed the 1m unit sales mark.
Sony’s decision to slash the Vita’s price to just ¥19,980 – that’s around £140! – has certainly reaped rewards.
Nintendo’s Wii U console sold around 40,000 units in its first 48 hours on sale in the UK, MCV understands.
Call of Duty: Black Ops II has sold an estimated $500m worth of units in tis first 24 hours.
Sales of the PlayStation Vita have fallen to an all-time low in Japan, but that’s not Sony’s biggest concern this week.
EXCLUSIVE: The PlayStation 3 has surpassed 5m consoles sold in the UK, MCV can reveal.
Take-Two has revealed Rockstar’s Max Payne 3 has shipped 3m units since its release last week.
1.8m. That’s how many PlayStation Vita units has been sold by Sony worldwide as of March 31st 2012.
The launch of Prototype 2 helped the boxed market rise slightly over the prior week, with overall unit sales up five per cent to 441,401 games sold.
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.
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 ...
The UK games retail market generated £12.1m for the week ending January 21st – a 13.6 per cent decrease over the £14m made the week prior.
The UK games retail market had a tough start to the New Year. Overall revenue generated for week one stood at £20.9m – a dip of 34.9 per cent year-on-year ...
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 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 UK games market fell by 50 per cent week-on-week. But that’s not bad news – it still generated £60.9m compared to last week’s record high of £120.8m.
Activision’s Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 has assumed its pre-determined position at the top of the UKIE GfK Chart-Track All Formats Top 40.
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.