Games Industry Market Data
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Warner Bros and Techland's open world zombie title Dying Light once again takes pole position in the GfK Chart-Track Top 40.
In spite of a few big releases this February, the games market is tracking behind last year.
The overall gaming hardware market reached $67bn in 2014, according to new data presented by analyst Jon Peddie Research.
Sega’s strategy title Total War: Attila would have charted at No.3 in the GfK Chart-Track All Formats Top 40 if the rankings took into consideration digital sales, MCV can reveal.
Dragon Quest Heroes helps keep PS4 and Vita on top of the Japanese hardware charts for a second week
Square Enix’s new Dragon Quest spin-off has helped Sony’s PS4 and Vita place top of Japan’s hardware rankings once again.
The Interactive Games & Entertainment Association has revealed that Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare was the best selling game in Australia last year.
Sony has said at GDC that total worldwide PS4 sales to consumers have now hit 20.2m units.
A retail-led survey has found that UK children under the age of 12 are now more likely to own a tablet than a games console.
Gearbox's Homeworld Remastered Collection has grabbed the top spot on Steam's latest weekly top ten sellers chart.
The Open Gaming Alliance has predicted that while the PC gaming will continue to grow through 2019, the console and handheld markets will decline in value.
Warner Bros' new open world parker zombie title Dying Light has debuted in first place in the GfK Chart-Track All Formats Top 40.
Last week’s MCV and UKIE figures valuing the market for games in the UK showed a growth once more in consumer hunger for games.
It might be easy to dismiss the success of Warner Bros’ video games division.
New data collected by research firm Superdata claims PlayStation hardware is generating significantly more digital revenue than Xbox in the US.
A survey of US console owners has found that the main reason PS4 buyers opted for Sony’s console is “better resolution”.
The release of the next entry in Bandai Namco’s God Eater franchise has shaken up the Japanese retail charts.
Sony’s PS4-exclusive cinematic shooter The Order: 1886 has debuted at the top of the UK retail charts, according to the latest Ukie Games Charts, compiled by GfK Chart-Track.
The launch of Total War: Attila has propelled the title to number one on this week's Steam top ten sellers chart.
Nintendo has now shipped 5.7m of its Amiibo toys worldwide since their release last year.
Nintendo has revealed that 335k units of the new 3DS and New 3DS XL were sold in the West in the week of release.
Evolve is on top of the latest top ten selling products on Steam, finishing ahead of indie Early Access title Darkest Dungeon.
An analysis of articles published online in 2014 has shown that PlayStation enjoyed around 35 per cent more coverage than Xbox.
Hardware sales may be down year-on-year in the US in January, but PS4 and Xbox One are already tracking far ahead of their predecessors in the US.
MCV can today reveal that the UK video games market generated £3.944bn in consumer spending during 2014.