Entries in 'sales' (362)
Publisher EA has dismissed concerns over falling sales of this year’s biggest games.
Twitter UK MD Bruce Daisley says the social media platform is the most effective way to drive games sales.
EA’s military shooter Battlefield 4 has become the surprise game to knock Nintendo’s Pokemon X & Y from the top of the Media Create charts.
Venture capitalists view investing in the digital games market as a “throw of the dice”, says former Sega boss Mike Hayes.
PS4 will have outsold its rival Xbox One to the tune of 11m units within five years, research firm IHS has predicted.
This week's issue of MCV analyses how the next-gen transition is damaging the sales of the year's biggest Q4 releases.
Blizzard's dungeon-crawler Diablo III has passed the 14m sales mark across all versions.
We all expected sales of Assassin’s Creed IV and Battlefield 4 to be down.
Call of Duty: Ghosts sales are down compared to Black Ops II, Activision has admitted.
Call of Duty: Ghosts has apparently ‘sold more than $1 billion of Call of Duty: Ghosts into retail stores worldwide as of day one’.
Cowen & Company analyst Doug Creutz has said that the comparatively lukewarm critical reception to Call of Duty: Ghosts is unlikely to dent the game’s sales.
Sony has revealed that worldwide PS3 sales have, as of November 1st, reached 80m units.
Ubisoft’s Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag has won this week’s heated race to claim the UKIE GfK Chart-Track UK No.1 spot.
Dead Rising 3 will sell over 1.2 million copies on Xbox One, says Capcom.
Nintendo has released new lifetime numbers for a batch of its best-selling first-party 3DS titles.
Quarterly sales and profits at Puzzle & Dragons developer and publisher GungHo have fallen 12 per cent to $238m during the last quarter, according to the company's latest financials.
2009 action outing Resident Evil 5 is now Capcom’s best selling game ever.
Next-gen consoles finally have a competitor to be fearful of – the PC.
Strategy Analytics thinks the upcoming console generation will fall well short of the financial success enjoyed by our current machines.
Nintendo’s latest financial report has revealed more disappointing sales for Nintendo’s Wii U.
A third of all the money spent on Grand Theft Auto V in the UK in its first two weeks on sale in the UK was spent at Tesco.
Baird Research analyst Colin Sebastian has predicted that Xbox One will enjoy slightly higher launch window unit sales than its rival PS4.
Need for Speed: Most Wanted did not put in the commercial performance on Wii U that EA was hoping for.
Microsoft has announced the Xbox 360 has reached 80m sales worldwide since its launch in 2005.
Ubisoft wants its digital business to reach a 50 per cent share of its turnover within three to four years.