Games Industry Market Data
Divinity and DayZ continue to lead the pack on Steam's latest weekly top sellers, grabbing the chart's first and second positions respectively.
The original Nintendo 3DS has seen sales sharply rise this week in Japan, according to the latest sales data from Famitsu.
Divinity: Original Sin maintained its top spot again on this Steam's weekly top ten sellers chart, while DayZ is on the climb again.
Apple’s App Store has reached the ripe old age of six, and as of right now contains some 1,252,777 apps.
The PlayStation 3 trumped the PS4 this week in Japan according weekly chart data provided by Famitsu.
1,542 games were rated by PEGI last year – that’s 1,208 fewer than were rated than back in the heady days of 2009.
Divinity: Original Sin has claimed the top spot on Steam during last week's sales period, which included the fading days of the digital distributor’s summer sale.
27 million mobile phones and 12 million tablets will be sold in the UK this year - some five million devices fewer than 2013, predicts CCS Insight.
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Entertainment, media and technology market research firm Interpret has revealed that over 72 million children are interested in owning toys-to-life products.
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Cowen: Destiny could outsell COD, Battlefield: Hardline pre-orders in line with Medal of Honor: Warfighter
Call of Duty, Assassin’s Creed, Halo – all will be outsold by Bungie’s Destiny this year, according to Cowen Research analyst Doug Creutz.
E3 2014 was rammed with games for PS4 and Xbox One.
Borderlands 2 came out on top of Steam's latest top sellers chart, as the Summer Sale rages on.
The era of portable consoles may be drawing to a close.
Kantar Worldpanel consumer insight analyst Jules Williams examines the opportunities and challenges involved in this lucrative market...
The annual summer sale has invaded Steam this week, meaning that a host of past chart toppers have burst back onto the top ten thanks to major discounts.
The PlayStation Vita has crept ahead of Wii U in Japan as the momentum gained from the release of Mario Kart 8 has started to wear off.
Early Access title The Forest continues to outpace the rest on this week’s Steam top ten sellers chart.
Watch Dogs has held onto the top spot for the third week running in the UKIE GfK Chart-Track All Formats Top 40.
Research suggests that 31 per cent of PS4 owners had an Xbox 360 or Wii but not a PS3 in the last hardware generation.
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.
A new report from TIGA says that the video games industry contributed £1.02bn to the UK economy in 2013.
Ubisoft’s Watch Dogs has retained its place at the top of the UKIE GfK Chart-Track All Formats Top 40.
Recently released Early Access titles The Forest and The Stomping Land have taken the top two spots on this week's Steam top ten sellers chart.