Entries in 'npd data' (14)
NPD’s report for the four week period between April 4th and May 7th is in, revealing an overall dip of 25 per cent at US retail when compared to the ...
New NPD data shows that while core gamers are embracing digital distribution, the method hasn’t overtaken purchasing new and used physical copies of titles at retail.
Australian video game sales totaled $1.161bn in 2012, resulting in a 23 per cent contraction compared to 2011.
Last month saw further year-on-year declines for physical retail across the pond.
There may be new consoles and handhelds on shelves, but Microsoft's seven-year-old machine still shifts the most units in the US.
Another notable figure has dripped out from the NPD group following its August report.
The NPD Group has released its latest monthly report on US retail, showing Darksiders 2 claimed the software crown amidst another month of decline for the market.
The total number of US gamers has seen a significant reduction in 2012, according to an NPD report.
The NPD Group has released its monthly US retail report for July, confirming a year over year decline in spending for the eighth month in a row.
Encouraging news coming out of the NPD today, as the group revealed digital sales for Q2 2012 were up year over year by 17 per cent.
Telling signs of the consumer shift to digital in the US have arrived courtesy of NPD’s latest report.
The combined sales of the used, rental, digital and social games markets was worth £798m across the UK, France and Germany, says a new NPD report.
New NPD data has spilt out since their initial March 2012 report came in just yesterday.