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Treyarch’s Call of Duty: Black Ops II has debuted in second place in the weekly Japanese software chart.
The numbers don’t lie, but sometimes they do need to be considered in a wider context.
And that’s why the industry gets excited, sits up and pays attention when the words ‘Grand Theft Auto’ are uttered.
Yes, launching new IP is a gamble. But when it pays off, it pays off big.
Writing this year’s Call of Duty success headline was a complicated task.
Call of Duty: Black Ops II has sold an estimated $500m worth of units in tis first 24 hours.
Sales of the PlayStation Vita have fallen to an all-time low in Japan, but that’s not Sony’s biggest concern this week.
International games retail giant GameStop has reported a decline in physical sales but a boost in digital for the quarter ending October 27th.
The narrative for this Q4 has already been written to some extent, but the industry’s big triple-A’s are looking to prove it wrong.
Q4 has got off to a rough start for UK?games retail, with fewer games sold in October than September.
The Wii U arrives in the US this weekend, but one leading analyst has claimed Nintendo will need to up its game if it wants the new console to replicate ...
All the research suggests that Call of Duty has peaked.
Critics may have largely written the title off, but Capcom insists that Resident Evil 6 has achieved a level of commercial success.
Square Enix has reported a moderate rise in net sales for the six months ending September, climbing 6.2 per cent to ¥61,055m.
Apple has announced some impressive numbers for its two newest iPad SKUs over the weekend.
Sony has again lowered its predicted handheld sales as revenues fall for the latest quarter.
Darksiders II has fallen short of THQ’s sales estimates, analyst Michael Pachter has stated.
EA has reported revenue of $1.08bn for its most recent quarter, falling roughly in line with analyst expectations.
EA has finally been knocked off the top of the UK charts… by EA.
The on-going strength of iPad and iPhone has propelled Apple to yet another quarter of astonishing profits.
Having peaked in the third quarter of 2010, Nintendo’s digital sales are once again on the rise.
Information released as part of Nintendo’s recent investors conference suggest that the 3DS is enjoying a comfortable on-going sales advantage over PlayStation Vita.
Some may have been surprised at the Wii U’s relatively high launch price, but Nintendo will still be selling the hardware at a loss.
Toy manufacturer LEGO says that video games have helped the firm beat the economic downturn.
The 3DS is failing to perform as expected in territories outside of Japan, Nintendo has conceded.