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Superhero action game Prototype 2 will prosper thanks to a quiet April, says Activision subsidiary Radical Entertainment.
The UK games retail market suffered yet another poor month in February, with unit sales down 29 per cent compared with the same period last year.
Sales of Sony’s PlayStation Vita in Japan barely scraped above 10,000 units last week as both Nintendo’s 3DS and its predecessor the PSP outsold it once again.
The Nintendo 3DS has sold nearly twice as many units in the US in its first year than the DS managed in the same time period.
Industry sources have told MCV that very nearly 50 per cent of all Vita hardware sold in the UK on launch week was purchased in a GAME or Gamestation store.
The Kinect version of Halfbrick's popular game Fruit Ninja has been downloaded 1 million times via Xbox Live Arcade.
With the PS Vita now competing with Nintendo’s 3DS on the world stage, how are these systems faring against each other and the rest of the portable consoles on the ...
Resident Evil pre-order numbers are through the roof, Capcom says.
The Wi-Fi version of the PlayStation Vita accounted for 79 per cent of the machine’s launch week sales, Chart-Track has revealed.
We've had lots of praise lately for the way MCV has supported the industry during a tough start to the year.
Strategy Analytics has predicted that PlayStation Vita will sell 12.4m units around the world this year – as long as Sony cuts the price of the hardware.
Speaking a few days before this morning’s official launch of the PlayStation Vita, Sony’s American boss Jack Tretton has said that early Sony sales data is “very, very positive”.
Forget any preconceptions you have about 3DS not selling as expected – Nintendo’s machine has just smashed an all-important sales record in Japan.
The arrival of several big new releases wasn’t enough to help grow the market week-on-week, with the UK games retail market value falling 14 per cent to £12.7m.
The Hut Group, which includes the e-tail specialist Zavvi, has reported sales growth of 70 per cent for 2011.
HMV says a report claiming Amazon is now the UK’s No.1 entertainment retailer is “misleading”, as it takes game sales into account.
Square Enix is celebrating some early 2012 success with new RPG release Final Fantasy XIII-2 debuting at No.1.
Take-Two has reported a 65 per cent drop in profit to $14.2m for its fiscal Q3 ending December 31st 2011.
The UK games retail market remained steady with £12.1m generated from video game sales – the same as the week prior.
The “strategic postponement” of major titles and a “drastic overhaul of the business” were blamed as the key reasons behind its poor financials.
Sony’s PlayStation Vita has overtaken its predecessor the PSp for the first time since its launch week in Japan.
The Consumer Products & Services division of Sony, which houses amongst other things its PlayStation business, has reported a loss of $1.009bn for the quarter ending December 31st 2011.
You could almost smell the desperation in some quarters of the game press for EA’s Star Wars: The Old Republic to fail. Well guess what? It’s been a huge hit.
The UK games retail market generated £12.1m for the week ending January 21st – a 13.6 per cent decrease over the £14m made the week prior.
Think the Wii is dead in the market? Think again.