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With a hole of £500m in the High Street when it comes to games, I don’t think anyone expected fireworks from the end-of-year data.
The UK movie market remained static in 2010 with an annual value of £2.6bn, according to a new report by the BVA.
Official figures from UKIE show that in 2010 the UK video games market was worth a total of £2.88bn.
Retail will not match 2009’s sales figures, despite a Q4 sales surge.
The value of the console music genre has decreased by a massive 75 per cent in the last two years, according to a new study.
The budget games sector has seen its sales soar at key UK supermarkets.
Though the price GameStop paid for casual games portal giant Kongregate wasn’t divulged as part of the surprise announcement of the acquisition earlier today, one analyst has had a ...
The total value of the social network games market will reach $1.5bn by 2014, according to a new report from Screen Digest.
Following five months of decline, the UK games market has finally posted a year-on-year increase.
Danny Bilson, the VP of core games at publisher THQ, has questioned whether the huge costs of TV marketing can still be justified in the increasingly multimedia dominated world of ...
New research from US stats body The NPD Group claims that in 2009 US consumers spent a total of $4.5-4.75bn on pre-owned games, game rentals, subscriptions, digitally downloaded games, DLC ...
Today marked a significant moment in the evolution of the consumer technology industry, as Apple overtook Microsoft as the world's largest tech company.
Many figures in the global stock market last night became incredibly excited after it was reported that Apple had for the first time overtaken Microsoft in a leading market ranking ...
Early numbers from Famitsu publisher Enterbrain claim that the Japanese market suffered a slight annual decline for the fiscal year ending March 31st.
The value of the UK games software market in February fell two per cent year-on-year, according to ELSPA/GfK Chart-Track.
The development sector’s growing reliance on public betas has made a significant – and often troublesome – impact on the development process, according to a panel of industry experts.
Valve co-founder Gabe Newell has made known his objections to digital rights management in games, claiming that copy-protection systems diminish the value of a product.
The total value of the global video games software market will reach $64.9bn by 2013 – a jump of approximately 28 per cent on its current value – according to ...
The North American video game market was worth $20.2bn in 2009 – an eight per cent decline compared to 2008’s $21.4bn.
Publisher Activision has confirmed that total sales of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 have just passed $1bn worldwide, according to the firm’s own internal estimates.
UK software sales fell 30 per cent last week, as post-Christmas consumer spending slows down. Value for the week dropped to £60.1m, while unit sales fell 23 per cent.