Entries in 'software' (40)
Nintendo has successfully taken an Italian seller of devices designed to allow pirated games to run to court – and won.
30 years ago, Roger Hulley was approached by two men who wanted to publish their game.
A menagerie of robots, animals, ghosts and squid battled it out at the top of the Japanese games charts last week.
Hidetaka Miyazaki, the man behind Demon’s and Dark Souls, as well as Bloodborne, already has plans for the follow-up to Dark Souls 3.
Batman isn’t just the world’s greatest detective and an all-around crime-fighting hero – he’s also a savvy marketing tool.
Sony’s PS4 reclaimed the title of best-selling console in the US last month, NPD data has revealed.
A fourth year of losses has been avoided at Nintendo, despite the Wii U and 3DS failing to meet sales expectations.
Six brand new releases resulted in a brand-new chart-topping title in Japan last week.
The Wii U release of Super Smash Bros has sent Nintendo’s console back up the Japanese hardware charts, according to the latest data from Famitsu.
Lord of the Rings spin-off Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor debuted in second in the UK software chart last week, failing to knock FIFA 15 from number one.
Oculus is planning to launch its virtual reality games portal without the means to pay for software.
There’s no sign of Xbox One closing the gap on PS4 in the US next-gen console sales race.
Both the New 3DS and New 3DS XL will maintain Nintendo’s region locking policy.
Smash hit 3DS title Yokai Watch 2 has finally been knocked off the Japanese software chart top spot, according to the latest data from Famitsu.
Digital downloads represent a whopping 92 per cent of all PC game sales across the world.
The PS3 has once again become the top-selling home console in Japan, according to the latest sales data from Famitsu.
The growth of mobile gaming will erode the console and PC games market by 12 per cent over the next five years.
The original Nintendo 3DS has seen sales sharply rise this week in Japan, according to the latest sales data from Famitsu.
An increase in hardware sales and a decrease in software has left the Japanese games market flat for the first half of 2014, according to Famitsu data.
The PlayStation Vita has crept ahead of Wii U in Japan as the momentum gained from the release of Mario Kart 8 has started to wear off.
Global games retailer GameStop has seen sales and earnings have shot up after an expectation-hitting Q1.
Both 3DS and Vita saw decent upturns in unit sales last week thanks to two big new Top Ten releases, the latest Japanese sales data from Famitsu reveals.
Sony’s PlayStation Vita was the best selling console in Japan last week according to the latest sales data from Famitsu.
Capcom has put $80m behind two new research and development buildings in Osaka, Japan.
Nintendo’s 3DS is back in front in Japan.