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The tough times continue for UK games retail, with the latest Chart-Track data showing the market fell 38 per cent last month.
Blizzard’s Diablo III was the best selling game in the US in May, according to NPD’s latest numbers.
Grand Theft Auto V will sell more during its launch week than predecessor GTA IV sold in its first year, if analyst firm Sterne Agee is correct.
Total global sales of indie PC hit Minecraft are rapidly approaching 10m.
Nintendo’s 3DS could hit the 1m unit sales milestone next month.
The Walking Dead has surpassed 1m episode sales just two weeks after launch, Telltale has announced.
That it “outperformed the market” will likely not completely appease GameStop’s shareholders after the company reported a 12.5 per cent decline in like-for-like sales for its fiscal Q1.
Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition has smashed all previous Xbox Live Arcade sales records after selling the most units in just 24 hours.
Same-store sales at US retailer GameStop dropped 12.5 per cent year-on-year.
Dixons Retail says its like-for-like sales fell three per cent for the 52 weeks ending April 28th, while overall sales remained flat.
The money generated from overall game sales in the US during April has been estimated at a whopping $1bn.
1.8m. That’s how many PlayStation Vita units has been sold by Sony worldwide as of March 31st 2012.
Japanese electronics giant Sony has reported a ¥456.7bn (£3.5bn) loss for the year ended March 31st 2012.
UK retailers saw a year-on-year decline in sales as excessive rain deterred shoppers from venturing to the High Street.
RPG Dark Souls has sold 1.19m copies to become Namco Bandai’s most popular 2012 release across the US and Europe.
Namco Bandai has generated gross profit of £1.3bn (¥167.5bn) for its financial year ending March 2012, but expects fewer games to arrive over the next 12 months.
Sony doesn’t intend to bring the Crystal White PlayStation Vita to European shores.
It may not have impressed critics, but Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City has delivered the goods for Capcom at retail.
The launch of Prototype 2 helped the boxed market rise slightly over the prior week, with overall unit sales up five per cent to 441,401 games sold.
Sales at entertainment retailer HMV fell 19.4 per cent year-on-year for the 52 week ending April 28th.
The Home Retail Group has suffered a 60 per cent year-on-year decline in profits after a poor performance from Argos.
Indie publisher Nicalis has said that WiiWare sales are in decline and have reached the stage of being “almost non-existent”.
Generation Media looks at the year-on-year percentage change in video games advertising and sales of boxed titles.
The market fell below the £10m mark for the first time this year during the week ending April 21st.
As part of its investor presentation last night, Nintendo revealed that Sony’s PS3 has taken control of the European hardware market since the turn of the year.