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Thanks to the generosity of the UK games industry, last week’s GamesAid Tenner at the MCV Awards raised an incredible £6,371.
Sony’s PS4 exclusive InFamous: Second Son has broken new records for the series.
Sony has to date sold around 900,000 PlayStation Cameras designed for use with PS4.
Credit-card sized computer Raspberry Pi has sold 2.5 million units around the world.
Apple has revealed that over $10bn was spent on its App Store throughout 2013.
The phenomenal success of the standalone alpha release of DayZ is showing no sign of letting up.
Microsoft has confirmed that Xbox One has sold 2m units on its first 18 days of availability.
Over 250k PS4 consoles were sold in the UK in the machine’s first 48 hours on sale.
Microsoft’s Xbox One sold around 150k units in its first 48 hours in the UK, MCV understands.
Sony has revealed that worldwide PS3 sales have, as of November 1st, reached 80m units.
Assassin’s Creed has now sold over 6.6m units in the UK, Ubisoft has told MCV.
The increasing importance of tracking digital sales has been highlighted once again by multiplayer heist shooter Payday 2.
Just Dance has now sold over 5m units in the UK, says Ubisoft.
Activision has just sent out an infographic detailing a history of the Call of Duty series’ multiplayer mode.
654.12m. That amazingly high figure is the number of consoles that Nintendo has sold in the last 30 years.
The music genre is dead, right? Erm, no, perhaps not.
After the disastrous collapse of 2009, global advertising revenue is again on the rise.
Publisher Deep Silver has confirmed that global sell-through numbers for 2011 release Dead Island have hit 5m units.
Digital sales across Nintendo platforms currently stand at ¥11.1bn for the current financial year.
Samsung has announced that its flagship Galaxy S series has sold more than 100 million units in just over two years.
The popularity of Nintendo’s 3DS in Japan shows no signs of abating with the device having now sold over 10m units in the territory.
The console sector is at a crossroads, and a look at the numbers behind Xbox 360 and PS3 make for uncomfortable reading.
Sony has confirmed that it has ceased all production of the mighty PlayStation 2.
And you thought Nintendo’s handheld wasn’t popular?