Entries in 'us' (379)
MCV Award winner Gioteck is already making waves in the UK – and now it has set its sights on cracking America.
London-based online gaming firm Mind Candy will open a US office in the next few months.
Nintendo's DS was the best selling console in the US last month, according to the latest report from stats body NPD.
Though Nintendo still refuses to issue any firm sales numbers for the 3DS, the platform holder has now confirmed that the new portable sold "just shy of 400,000" units in ...
Pokémon Black and White have sold 3m copies in the US and Europe within their first two weeks on sale.
Nintendo has stated that its new 3DS handheld has broken all previous US hardware sales numbers for the company.
Microsoft has begun asking US Xbox 360 owners to register for the latest System Update Preview which this year promises something of a surprise.
There's no denying that Sony's first party software line-up for PS3 in 2011 is extremely impressive, but despite this analyst Michael Pachter believes the console will struggle to close the ...
New first person shooter contender Homefront sold 375k units in its first day on sale in the US, publisher THQ has confirmed.
Publisher Ubisofot has confirmed via its Facebook page that Xbox 360 Kinect title Child of Eden will be released on June 14th.
Apple’s iPad 2 has arrived on US shelves today, and gaming is already making its presence known on the platform.
Following its chart-topping performance in February, US sales tracker NPD has confirmed that Activision's Call of Duty: Black Ops has become the best-selling game ever in the region.
The US video games market managed to reverse a run of losses in February by posting year-on-year growth of three per cent.
The remarkable strength of Xbox 360 in the US video games market shows no sings abating with news of a record performance for the console in February.
Joint sales of Pokemon Black/White reached 1.08m copies on their first day of release in the US, Nintendo has announced.
Simon Watts will be joining THQ’s US team next week.
A class action complaint has been filed against GameStop after the US retail giant was accused of recording the personal information of its customers.
There's fresh hope that eye-catching console title Catherine could receive a release in the West.
US-cloud based gaming service Gaikai has gone live with a number of EA-published titles available for online play in time for GDC 2011.
Sony has dropped the price of the PSP once again in North America.
The Xbox 360 version of cult arcade shooter Deathsmiles is approaching 100,000 sales in Japan and the US.