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Destiny is already a huge commercial success, yet hardly any major specialist games site has published its review of the game.
Activision hasn’t revealed Destiny’s day one sales but has confirmed that the game is a record-breaker.
The Japanese launch of Xbox One has failed to match the numbers seen when the Xbox 360 launched back in 2005.
The newly launched Amazon phone may be off to what can only be described as a very slow start, new numbers suggest.
It doesn’t look like Sony intends to release any motion controlled games in the near future, but PlayStation Move may yet have its day.
Global games retailer GameStop has reported a like-for-like sales increase of 21.9 per cent for the quarter ending August 2nd.
Sony’s PS4 is selling at a significantly faster rate than any previous console in the history of PlayStation.
Mario Kart 8 has surpassed 1m sales in the United States, Nintendo has announced.
Markets may regard retail flotations as a risk, but GAME’s early success on the stock exchange prove that they can prove very successful
The PlayStation 4 has sold over 10m units worldwide.
Award-winning premium mobile title Monument Valley has sold in excess of 1m copies in its first four months out, developer Ustwo has announced.
Successfully Kickstarted indie platformer Shovel Knight has seen PC purchases account for 40 per cent of its month one sales.
Nintendo of America's former indie boss Dan Adelman has said that the Wii U's branding is a big reason why the machine has proven to thus far be a commercial ...
Konami has revealed a significant sales bias for March release Metal Gear Solid 5: Ground Zeroes.
Already pre-ordered your Destiny: Ghost Edition? If so then a dilemma possibly awaits.
High Street retailer GAME has clawed back some of the UK’s video game market share from supermarkets.
Developer Gearbox is arguing that claims against it in an Alien: Colonial marines lawsuit should be dropped.
Sony's PS4 is estimated to have outsold Microsoft's Xbox One by a ratio of more than three-to-one in the quarter ending June 30th.
Sony has credited the “strong” performance of PS4 for a good performance in its quarter ending June 30th.
Q1 has delivered mixed fortunes for the struggling Nintendo.
Apple 's Q3 report has seen it beat earnings expectations but fall short of predicted iPhone and iPad sales.
Microsoft has confirmed that it shipped 1.1m combined units of the Xbox One and Xbox 360 in the three months ending June 30th.
Ustwo's optical illusion puzzler Monument Valley has passed the one million downloads mark.
Ubisoft has confirmed some highly impressive numbers for new IP Watch Dogs.
27 million mobile phones and 12 million tablets will be sold in the UK this year - some five million devices fewer than 2013, predicts CCS Insight.