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Russia’s video games market had revenues nearly reaching $1.3bn (£0.90bn) last year, surpassing its 2014 total of $1.1bn (£0.76bn), according to Newzoo’s figures.
TinyBuild’s new game Punch Club has garnered its fair share of headlines since it debuted in January.
New Bandai Namco Naruto title Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 debuted at No.1 in Japan, according to data from Famitsu.
Activision’s Call of Duty Black Ops III returns to the No.1 spot this week with an 11 increase in sales.
Publisher Activision has announced that Call of Duty: Black Ops III was the top-selling title of 2015 worldwide.
PS4 and Xbox One UK game sales shot up by over 50 per cent in 2015.
New data from Kantar Worldpanel indicates that the market share of GAME, HMV and Argos has increased on the year before.
FIFA 16 spends its third week at the top of the UK charts.
Boxed game sales are falling and the dearth of digital data means the true state of the market remains largely a mystery.
Sales of UK games plunged to their lowest point in 19 years for the week ending August 22nd.
The biggest names in the games media have joined MCV’s call for digital data to be included in the games charts.
Mobile title Pac-Man 256 has been downloaded over five million times.
Machine Zone has found itself embroiled in a second trade secrets row in a single week.
GfK Chart-Track has warned the games industry that it might lose its best PR tool if it fails to share digital data.
Indie hit Her Story has shifted 100,000 copies in its first month on sale.
Rare Replay has debuted at the top of the UK All Formats UK Top 40.
Four weeks after it first claimed the top spot, LEGO Jurassic Park is back to No.1 in the UK All Formats Top 40.
Stat trackers IHS has shown its latest market data ahead of next week’s E3 - revealing that $92bn will be spent on games this year.
The Witcher 3 is once again No.1 in the UK All Formats Top 40.
In March, we combined digital sales with physical to put together an alternative UK chart, and the reaction was incredible.
The vast majority of console game sales still come from physical stores, new data reveals.
Mojang’s blockbuster game Minecraft continues to take the top position in both of the iOS charts.
It’s been an impressive month for Japanese publisher Bandai Namco as it takes its third No.1 in as many weeks with The Witcher 3.
The CEO of Take-Two says the lack of digital data in the games market is misleading.
Mojang’s runaway success Minecraft continues to be incredibly popular on YouTube.