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The recent 3D reinvention of cult games IP Castlevania has enjoyed a solid start at retail, publisher Konami has announced.
Books-a-Million has announced it has started selling video games.
Analyst Cowen and Company is claiming that the most recent title in the Tony Hawk series, Tony Hawk’s Shred, sold just 3,000 copies in its first week on sale in ...
With firm sales figures still unavailable, US analyst Michael Pachter has said that he believes Sony’s PlayStation Move controller has sold 400k units in the US since its launch in ...
Xbox 360’s American dream continues with news that Microsoft’s console saw year-on-year sales gains in October 2010.
Namco Bandai’s US arm is planning to lay off up to 90 of its staff.
The HD re-make of No More Heroes will be a PS3 exclusive in the US, publisher Konami has confirmed.
Nintendo has announced that it has sold a total of 65.3m Wii Remote controllers since launch in the US alone.
Sony has announced that PlayStation Move has sold one million units in its first month in the US.
With just over two months to go before the games industry waves goodbye to 2010, new numbers from US sales tracker NPD shows that for the year-to-date Microsoft’s Xbox 360 ...
The total value of the US games market hit $1.22bn in September, down from the $1.32bn seen in the same period the year before.
With folk already paying out every year for annual updates to the FIFA series, some have argued that summer releases of licensed titles for the World Cup and European Championships ...
US sales tracker NPD will no longer release the number of games and consoles sold in its monthly report.
Redbox is rolling out its video games rental service to its retail kiosks around the US.
Blockbuster UK is on the offensive following the Chapter 11 bankruptcy of its US parent.
After its now long-forgotten turbulent arrival on the global marketplace, Blu-ray has finally hit its stride and established itself in 17 per cent of North American homes.
US mega franchise Madden is unsurprisingly the biggest seller in the US last month.
The latest results from stats firm NPD show that the North American games market fell 10 per cent in August compared to the same month a year before.
Sega has confirmed that Yakuza 4 will be released in western markets in spring of next year – around 12 months after it first hit Japanese retail.
An anonymous American company has completed the purchase of Project Myworld from collapsed studio Realtime Worlds, Develop can reveal.
Though Medal of Honor appears to have successfully ridden the turbulent waters of controversy in the UK, the game has suffered one retail ban in America.
With a decision expected on Sony’s Australian injunction against the sale of PSJailbreak today, it has emerged that the American arm of the platform holder has joined the battle.