Entries in 'sales' (278)
Quick – sell 1.35bn consoles before the government changes its mind!
Microsoft's Xbox One has surpassed 3m units sold.
The phenomenal success of the standalone alpha release of DayZ is showing no sign of letting up.
It was certainly a Merry Christmas for Nintendo in Japan.
Sony appears to have emerged as the narrow front-runner in the early days of the next-gen console war in the US.
The Xbox One could see a reduction in RRP earlier than previously anticipated, according to one US analyst.
The makers of the hugely successful standalone version of DayZ on Steam have revealed some impressive sales numbers for the game.
The games industry's biggest blockbusters are recovering after disappointing opening week sales.
GungHo’s console debut for its popular smartphone IP Puzzle & Dragons has enjoyed a tremendous first week in Japan.
The PlayStation 4 is off to roaring start in France.
The PlayStation 2 is India’s highest selling console by far, but with Sony having discontinued production earlier this year, it appears the console will narrowly miss hitting the landmark one ...
The public’s increasing propensity to leave their festive shopping late has sent retail into a pre-Christmas sale panic.
Activision’s Call of Duty: Ghosts has continued its recent dominance of the UKIE GfK Chart-Track All Formats Top 40.
Although certain press releases issued last night may make you think the opposite, it is PS4 that has emerged as the early leader in the next-gen US sales race.
PS4 won’t break all-time console sales records but will emerge as the next-gen console winner, analyst DFC Intelligence has predicted.
Baird Equity Research’s Colin Sebastian has claimed that sales of PS4 and Xbox One are neck-and-neck.
Microsoft has confirmed that Xbox One has sold 2m units on its first 18 days of availability.
The sales advantage enjoyed by PS4 in the UK and US is being seen in Spain as well.
Polytron’s indie gem Fez has sold 1m units across Xbox 360 and personal computer platforms, the studio has announced.
It has been estimated that PS4 sold 66 per cent more units than Xbox One in the US in November.
Activision’s Call of Duty: Ghosts has claimed the Gfk Chart-Track All Formats No.1 for the third time in four weeks.
Play.com owner Rakuten has claimed that Nintendo’s Wii U has seen a 75 per cent sales spike in October.
80 million consoles sold may sound like a huge number to Xbox, but to PlayStation it is just not good enough.
The importance of Call of Duty’s critical response pales compared to the thoughts of the series’ fans, Activision Publishing boss Eric Hirshberg has claimed.