Entries in 'trends' (31)
It appears that the PES series takes the battle to FIFA on more fronts than simply on the pitch.
Global games retailer GameStop has reported a like-for-like annual sales decrease of 6.7 per cent for the quarter ending May 4th 2013.
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?
After the disastrous collapse of 2009, global advertising revenue is again on the rise.
Annual growth of 35 per cent is expected to further increase Samsung’s lead over former market leader Apple in 2013.
Capcom has lowered its net income predictions by nearly a third for the year ending March 31st.
Our shooty Man showdown cover answers a question we posed back in May when The Avengers was rocking the Box Office.
All the research suggests that Call of Duty has peaked.
Having peaked in the third quarter of 2010, Nintendo’s digital sales are once again on the rise.
The money spent on games may be dwindling, but the time spent researching them certainly is not.
The sale of digital product could account for the majority of EA’s revenue within 24 to 26 months.
It will come as a surprise to absolutely no-one that the UK games retail market has suffered one of its worst six months in history.
A drop in sales of 78 per cent week-on-week for the PlayStation Vita in its second week of sale in Japan has seen sales fall below that of its predecessor ...
The rate of games piracy is on the rise, according to new data.
The biggest 20 games operators on Facebook are combating a steady drop in daily user retention, an analyst group has said.
Subscriptions for MMOs have declined for the first time, according to new research.
We look at the latest TV advertising activity for games targeting men and look at the channels that draw the most TVRs.
We look at the latest TV advertising activity for games targeting men and how it affects web search traffic.
A new report from games market research firm Newzoo has revealed that the majority of UK nationals are now active gamers.
Global sales of the PS3 in the 12 months ending June 30th 2010 were about 4m units ahead of the sales enjoyed by Xbox 360.
Though the UK High Street continues to struggle against what to date is proving an even more challenging sales year than 2009, Sony has pointed out that the PS3 is ...
At first glance it might seem as if Nintendo’s hardware was the star performer in the somewhat disappointing US April video games market, but a quick look back to this ...
An analysis of the UK video games market by Nick Parker claims that UK hardware unit sales of Nintendo’s Wii are down 45.1 per cent for the year-to-date ending March ...
Surging sales of high-definition Blu-ray discs have seen the value of the UK home video market surge by 10 per cent year-on-year for the first quarter of 2010.