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Sony’s PlayStation Vita was the best selling console in Japan last week according to the latest sales data from Famitsu.
Sales of the PS4 were up 15 per cent but it’s the Vita that has claimed the weekly Japanese hardware sales crown, Famitsu sales data has revealed.
Sony’s PlayStation Vita continues to struggle to establish itself in Japan, with weekly sales of the console hitting an all-time low.
Sony’s PlayStation Vita has overtaken its predecessor the PSp for the first time since its launch week in Japan.
The UK games market fell by 50 per cent week-on-week. But that’s not bad news – it still generated £60.9m compared to last week’s record high of £120.8m.
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The weekly games software market value hit £17.6m this week – up 28 per cent over the £13.7m generated last week.
It’s no surprise that the UK games retail market has suffered its worst week in a long time – ten years, in fact.
UK retail finally enjoyed a slight rise as it generated £11.2m from game sales this week. That is a five per cent increase compared to last week’s £10.7m.
Ubisoft has stated that recent release Splinter Cell: Conviction will receive new DLC on a weekly basis – and best of all, it’s going to be free.
This week’s UK software sales have skyrocketed 198 per cent to £103.1 million. It is comfortably the highest weekly figure of the year and isn’t far off 2008’s Christmas week, ...
The UK video games market’s weekly sales shot up 54 per cent to £27.8m last week – its highest weekly figure since Easter.
The UK weekly video games market value continues its August slide, slipping to under £15 million for the first time in three months.