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IHS head of games Piers Harding-Rolls has predicted a dramatic swing to digital during the imminent console generation.
Ubisoft wants its digital business to reach a 50 per cent share of its turnover within three to four years.
The markets have reacted negatively to Nintendo’s efforts to rejuvenate its hardware offer.
With Microsoft and Sony about the throw millions and millions of pounds at launching their next-gen consoles, some observers may quite rightly ask one question – why?
Sony has revealed that around a third of the games it sells on Vita are digital.
This one is going to rumble on and on.
Troubled retailer HMV has sold its shares in nightclub chain G-A-Y Limited, administrator Deloitte has confirmed.
The cost to the UK video games market should HMV fail to find a buyer could be as little as four per cent.
“Eighty per cent of our revenues are from products that didn’t exist 60 days ago.”
Supermarkets have eclipsed specialists to become Britain’s No.1 games retailers.
Shares in tech giant Apple have slid 20 per cent since the launch of the iPhone 5 in September.
JP Morgan analyst Doug Anmuth has effectively labelled social gaming firm Zynga as “worthless”.
New data from Ipsos Media CT and ISFE suggests that free-to-play games accounted for half of the European games market in the last 12 months.
It was the first conversation we had as soon as FIFA for Vita was announced.
Lawyers have announced an investigation into Zynga’s share dealings.
For the first time ever, Android has accounted for over half of the overall smartphone sales in key global markets over a 12 week period.
A new report from DFC Intelligence predicts that digitally distributed games will account for 66 per cent of total overall games revenue by 2017.
The Japanese stock market has reacted badly to Nintendo’s E3 presentation, with stock in the company falling 2.68 per cent since trading opened today.
British gamers spent nearly £100m on pre-owned software during Q4 2011.
Sony Corporation’s share price has fallen to its lowest position in a generation in both Japan and the United States.
Japan's Consumer Affairs Agency has announced an investigation into how social games firms sell their microtransactions in Japan, causing shares in the country’s two major players to nosedive.
The female gamer is in decline, research has found.
Good news for Namco Bandai this morning – the publisher has claimed the lion’s share of Japanese software revenues for the second month in a row.
Sainsbury’s, Tesco, Asda and Morrisons have stalled in their bids to become the next major players in video games, ERA reports.