Entries in 'npd group' (21)
NPD's monthly retail report reveals that Grand Theft Auto V sales have carried the industry to a 27 per cent year-over-year increase in total revenue.
The NPD Group has released its 2013 Online Gaming Report, which finds that nearly 50 per cent more console gamers use the Xbox 360 for playing online than the PS3.
David Wildgoose joins MCV Pacific, we look back at the EB EXPO 2013, and musical chairs occur in Australian jobs.
The NPD Group has released its retail sales report for July, confirming another year-over-year decline across the board.
This week, the IGEA calls the sales reporting systems in Australia 'outdated', while banned games look for new avenues into the country.
The NPD Group has announced it will start officially tracking worldwide digital sales of video games.
The NPD Group claims the total amount spent among US game consumers during the first three months of 2013 is on par with the same period in 2012 – and ...
NPD Group has revealed details from its 2013 Gamer Segmentation report, including survey results that indicate which markets are on the rise.
Financial services firm Cowen & Company has projected a steep decline for videogame retail sales over the next few months.
Developers at KMM get laid off, 20% of Christmas sales were made online and several marketing jobs open up.
Numbers are in for the past month at US retail from NPD, with results showing yet another poor sales period for the market.
NPD Group has released the sales figures for 2012, showing a further decline in traditional retail sales.
The NPD has provided its December 2012 report for US retail, as well as a general overview for 2012, and to no one's surprise the numbers show the same old ...
Last month saw further year-on-year declines for physical retail across the pond.
Well, we're all a good few hours into playing our Wii U's now, and sales charts for Q3 this year have come in.
The NPD Group has released a Q3 report for digital sales in the US, revealing the growing portion of the market accounted for $1.4bn during the period.
NPD Group has revealed that almost one third of US gamers would rather buy their games digitally than in a shop.