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The NPD has provided its December 2012 report for US retail, as well as a general overview for 2012, and to no one's surprise the numbers show the same old ...
Despite a handful of new releases hitting shelves, the UK games retail market only grew by a fraction during the week ending March 31st.
The UK games retail market rallied last week thanks to the release of EA’s Mass Effect 3 and Capcom’s Street Fighter X Tekken.
The launch of PlayStation Vita wasn’t enough to prevent a drop in sales last week, though a handful of exclusive games made it into the All Formats Top 40.
THQ’s UFC Undisputed 3 helped the UK games retail market rise 10.2 per cent to generate £14m last week. There was also retail price activity on many boxed games.
The High Street may be having a tough time, but the UK games market is still incredibly healthy, MCV research shows today.
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 UK games retail market remained steady with £12.1m generated from video game sales – the same as the week prior.
It wasn’t a great week for UK games retail, with the market shrinking by a third. £14m was generated from game sales overall which is almost £7m less than last ...
The UK games retail market had a tough start to the New Year. Overall revenue generated for week one stood at £20.9m – a dip of 34.9 per cent year-on-year ...
The market value dipped ten per cent to £54.6m, down from last week’s £60.9m. That’s still a huge amount and should increase as Christmas approaches.
The UK games market fell by 50 per cent week-on-week. But that’s not bad news – it still generated £60.9m compared to last week’s record high of £120.8m.
The boxed games market value fell to £31.7m this week down from last week’s £39.1m – a change of 18.9 per cent.
It was a big week for the UK games market, with the total value up by 36 per cent to £39.1m, and unit sales up by 31 per cent to ...
It’s the post-FIFA blues this week, with unit sales falling 43 per cent to 887,494 and the market value plunging further, down 51 per cent to £26.3m week-on-week.
The market value leaped 94 per cent week-on-week to £53.8m following FIFA 12's release – the biggest week for games retail so far this year.
The UK games retail market generated £27.7m last week, a 136 per cent rise week-on-week and the second highest number this year.
The weekly games software market value hit £17.6m this week – up 28 per cent over the £13.7m generated last week.
The UK games market slipped slightly this week, down six per cent in value to £13.7m and five per cent in units to 619,538.
It’s no surprise that the UK games retail market has suffered its worst week in a long time – ten years, in fact.
After a brief increase last week, the market value dipped again to £10.7m. This is inline with the week ending July 16th – also £10.7m – which was the market’s ...