Entries in 'decline' (117)
NPD has confirmed that the US video games market declines eight per cent year-on-year to $17.02bn in 2011.
The UK’s largest retailer, Tesco, has reported a 2.3 per cent like-for-like drop in sales in the UK for the seven weeks ending January 7th.
The overall UK video game market was worth £2.52bn in 2011 according to the latest UKIE figures. That represents a year-on-year drop of 13 per cent from £2.88bn and a ...
The markets have reacted dramatically to GAME’s full year revenue target downgrade issued last week.
The US video games market managed to grow year-on-year in October, but by a far smaller margin that some analysts had predicted.
The biggest 20 games operators on Facebook are combating a steady drop in daily user retention, an analyst group has said.
Social gaming is directly contributing to the global decline in console software sales, new data suggests, with masses of people playing and spending less on core systems in favour of ...
No company is reliant on just one man – particularly the biggest tech company in the world. But so iconic has Steve Jobs become that Apple saw around £10bn wiped ...
After showing some impressive resilience over the last few months, the US games market has been brought crashing back to earth.
A new report from games market research firm Newzoo has revealed that the majority of UK nationals are now active gamers.
The number of specialist games retailers is in free fall as the crisis on the High Street deepens.
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 ...
There are indications in the US that the appetite for 3D movies is on the decline.
UK retail hopes L.A. Noire can breathe new life into struggling software sales.
The UK is losing ground internationally as retail struggles and slows, Sega has warned.
March saw the worst decline in sales since 1996 across the High Street.
The losing streak for racing games is definitely over, with Test Drive Unlimited 2 on top this week.
Japanese publisher Konami has reported a quarter of declines for the three months ending December 31st 2010.
The latest numbers from US games tracker NPD have shown that the US video games market declined 5.7 per cent year-on-year in 2010.
The GAME Group has reported a total sales decline of 12.3 per cent for the 49 weeks ending January 8th in the UK and Ireland.
Wedbush Morgan analyst Michael Pachter has predicted that Wii emerged as the best selling home console of December in the US.
The value of the console music genre has decreased by a massive 75 per cent in the last two years, according to a new study.
American sales tracker NPD has announced that the US video games market was worth $1.07bn in October 2010 – that’s four per cent down on the same month in 2009.
A fresh trio of game consoles released in the next few years won’t be enough to stop a seven-year slump in the games market, a leading games analyst has said.
A stabbing wake-up call was dealt to the UK games industry today with new independent data revealing that the sector’s workforce has contracted by nearly nine per cent since 2008.