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Two Western releases have broken into the Japanese software charts this week, according to data from Famitsu.
The updated version of Diablo III on consoles is No.1 in the UKIE GfK All-Formats Top 40 chart.
Yokai Watch 2 has remained at the top of the weekly Japanese software charts, despite five new entries in the Top Ten, according to the latest sales data from Famitsu.
Every retailer needs a unique selling point, and Green Man Gaming has one in PlayFire.
How To Train Your Dragon 2 was the only new game to make the UK Chart-Track Retail Top 50 last month.
Nintendo’s 3DS is still on top in Japan according to the latest sales data provided by Famitsu.
Nintendo’s portable console still rules the roost in Japan according to the latest sales data provided by Famitsu.
June was a big month for Ubisoft.
Ubisoft’s Watch Dogs is at the top of the UKIE GfK Chart-Track All Formats Top 40 for the fifth week.
The PlayStation 3 trumped the PS4 this week in Japan according weekly chart data provided by Famitsu.
An increase in hardware sales and a decrease in software has left the Japanese games market flat for the first half of 2014, according to Famitsu data.
The latest addition to 505 Game’s Sniper Elite series has gone straight to the top of the UKIE GfK Chart-Track All Formats Top 40.
After three weeks at No.1, Watch Dogs is now in second place in the UKIE GfK Chart-Track All Formats Top 40.
IPSOS MediaCT's Tom Cross reveals some of the latest GameTrack figures to uncover where money is being spent on gaming.
Future as a publishing empire is crumbling.
Watch Dogs has held onto the top spot for the third week running in the UKIE GfK Chart-Track All Formats Top 40.
Sales of the 3DS XL and 3DS rose this week thanks to a number of new releases, according to Japanese market data provided by Famitsu.
Ubisoft’s Watch Dogs has retained its place at the top of the UKIE GfK Chart-Track All Formats Top 40.
MCV teamed up with UKIE last week to create an estimated value of the UK games market. But there
are still big holes in the industry’s knowledge – particularly ...
Nintendo’s Wii U has outsold the PlayStation 4 this week in Japan according to sales data provided by Famitsu.
Console sales fell this week in Japan despite a number of new titles coming to stores, Japanese sales data from Famitsu reveals.
Sales of Nintendo’s handheld continue to grow in Japan as the console takes hold of the Top Ten, according to Japanese sales data from Famitsu.
The PC games sector may be dominant worldwide, but consoles are the real power in the UK and will remain so for years to come, says DFC Intelligence.
March is typically when big releases coming to stores. This year was no different with EA’s Titanfall and Sony's Infamous: Second Son hitting shelves.
Sales of the PS4 were up 15 per cent but it’s the Vita that has claimed the weekly Japanese hardware sales crown, Famitsu sales data has revealed.