Entries in 'us' (379)
Well, it finally happened. Steve Jobs’ consumer electronic empire Apple now has more money to play with than the US treasury – the world’s biggest economy and lynchpin of the ...
The PS3 could catch or even overtake the global install base of the Xbox 360 in 2011, analysts have predicted.
Activision has announced that its long-awaited sequel Prototype 2 will be released in North America on April 24th 2012.
The Nintendo 3DS will get its first game based on the mammoth Pokémon franchise this October, but it’s not a traditional RPG.
Publisher Square Enix has announced that console RPG sequel Final Fantasy XIII-2 will be released in North America in January 2012.
Retail sales of games, accessories and consoles in the US fell ten per cent year-on-year in June, NPD data shows.
Ahead of the publication of the June US video games market numbers, Wedbush Morgan analyst Michael Pachter has predicted big drops for every major format.
NPD’s Games Industry: Total Consumer Spend report has revealed that the US games market is quickly approaching the point where new, boxed video games sales are no longer the primary ...
PSN users in the US will now be able to sign up for protection against identity theft until July 31st.
Accessories firm Impact Global Solutions is setting up in the US.
The American video games industry has today emerged victorious in its six-year battle with Californian authorities.
EA has announced that FIFA 12 will be released on September 30th in the UK and Europe.
In a rare bit of positive news coverage for the sector, a piece penned by BBC News Washington DC correspondent Tom Geoghegan has named games as one of the key ...
US consumers are now able to rent games for $2 per day from Redbox kiosks across 21,000 locations.
Xbox 360 has posted its 17th successive month of year-on-year unit sales growth in the US.
Microsoft has announced that in the first four months of 2011 the Xbox 360 has enjoyed year-on-year unit sales growth of 29 per cent in the US– that's triple the ...
A new distribution deal between THQ Partners and Codemasters will see the former handle the US release of Dirt 3, F1 2011 and more.
US gamers are reportedly furious at Nintendo's privacy terms and conditions for 3DS.
Sony Ericcson’s Xperia Play – the first PlayStation certified phone – will launch in the US next week.
Cult Japanese shooter develop Cave has announced that 2D shooter Deathsmiles is to be released digitally on Xbox 360 in the US.
April has been a very kind month. In the UK we get glorious weather, in the US they get an excellent performance from video games at retail.
The US Copyright Group has been granted permission to subpoena ISPs for the details of users who have illegally downloaded movies via BitTorrent.
American market analyst Michael pachter has said that the 3DS has had a smaller impact on the US market than he expected.
It has been confirmed that Square Enix is to distribute Techland's Dead Island in the US as part of a co-publishing agreement with publisher Deep Silver.