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Retail discounting Skyrim helped the UK games retail market generate a whopping £68.3m last week – a ten per cent rise over the week prior’s £62.2m.
The US games retail market generated $3bn overall in November representing a year-on-year rise of 0.4 per cent.
We already know that games for the PlayStation Vita will cost less to download than they will at the shops.
The concerns of MCV and others have seemingly been taken on board.
Nintendo’s 3DS was given a welcome boost in the Japanese charts last week thanks to the arrival of Super Mario 3D Land.
Sony has indicated that future PS Vita software will be at a premium rate similar to current console games.
PlayStation Vita owners will face a very stark choice when the system arrives in the UK next year – pay a premium price for boxed games or a discounted price ...
As if last year’s ten-year low wasn’t bad enough, this week the market value fell even further.
Sony has announced a number of significant discounts on the price of digital PSP software.
Nintendo may have taken the first step toward reversing the fortunes of its 3DS by cutting the price, but further action is needed.
Nintendo’s 3DS handheld has been held back by a lack of quality launch titles, Nintendo’s president Saturo Iwata has admitted.
Retailer ShopTo has become the first outlet to offer an RRP for PlayStation Vita software, pegging the price at £39.99.
SCE has today announced that as of March 29th 2011 total worldwide sales of its PS3 console have reached the 50m unit mark.
New uDraw games will arrive every 60 to 90 days, complete with marketing support, says THQ.
The US video games market managed to reverse a run of losses in February by posting year-on-year growth of three per cent.
After a period of intense interest amongst certain parts of the online games community, Atlus' PS3 and Xbox 360 outingCatherine has debuted at the top of the Japanese software charts.
Weekly Japanese games magazine Famitsu has gone live with its reviews of the 3DS software line-up ahead of the machine's global debut in the territory on February 26th.
Almost 11 years on from its Japanese debut in March 2000, Sony's PlayStation 2 has now passed 150m unit sales across the world.
Nintendo has confirmed the games that will launch alongside its 3DS handheld in the UK on March 25th.
Nine months into Sony's current financial year and the PS3 has already outstripped its total sales for the 2009 fiscal year, Sony has reported.
Video games trade association UKIE has championed the role of UK developers in the early success of both Microsoft's Kinect and Sony's Move.
Ubisoft is Kinect’s most successful third-party publisher in EMEA, the company has told MCV.