Entries in 'International' (97)
Four new releases in the Japanese software Top Ten last week wasn’t enough to dethrone continued phenomenon and chart success Yokai Watch.
The temporary lifting of the ban on video games console sales in China is to be made permanent.
Batman isn’t just the world’s greatest detective and an all-around crime-fighting hero – he’s also a savvy marketing tool.
The latest video game craze in Japan is yet to run out of steam.
A free-to-play Chinese version of Sega’s Football Manager Online is in development.
It might be the land of the free, but is it the land of free-to-play? As the industry recovers from another huge E3 showing, SuperData CEO Joost van Dreunen examines ...
Turkey is a nation driven by the continuing success of digital and free-to-play games, despite controversy over one of the West’s biggest digital hits.
The latest Fire Emblem title for 3DS has remained at the number spot in Japan, with returning Top Ten entry Splatoon seeing resilient sales figures.
South Africa’s games industry is increasingly dominated by digital titles from other countries – but, despite this, the local market is growing.
Next-gen console fever has yet to infect Chinese gamers, it seems.
European developers are increasingly developing games for PC rather than mobile, according to a new survey.
Over four times as many games have been banned in Australia in the last four months as were banned in the entirety of the period between 1994-2014.
America’s mixed feelings on its relationship with the Confederate flag has led to a controversial decision from Apple to pull many games that contain it.
And we wonder why companies are increasingly shying away from the triple-A game space…
Despite being one of the smallest countries in Europe, Luxembourg plays a big part in the global games industry.
Sony plans to slash the high cost of the PS4 in Brazil by partnering with a local manufacturer to build consoles for the region.
More than 150 million Americans now play video games, according to national trade body the Entertainment Software Association (ESA).
It seems that Nintendo’s latest shooter still has legs (tentacles?) in Japan, as it outdoes a slew of new releases to remain top of the retail charts.
The New Zealand games industry is on the rise, growing 18 per cent year-on-year in 2014.
Russia is one of the biggest markets for video games in the world, and is even overcoming its long-held issue with piracy.
Nintendo’s inky shooter has topped the software charts in Japan, helping Wii U become the best-selling console in the country.
Norway may have a limited local games market, but investment in the industry is paving the way for growth.
Nintendo’s lowest-tier Wii U offering is to be halted in Japan.
The (re)(re)release of Final Fantasy X/X-2 on PS4 wasn’t enough to stop the Japanese games industry slowing last week.
Indie retail continues to flourish in Austria, as the country’s hypermarkets fail to make a significant dent in the games retail space.