Entries in 'International' (186)
The American games market is on the rise, with consumer spending increasing by $200m in 2016. That’s according to a report from US games trade body the ESA and market tracker ...
The American games market saw year-on-year decline in December.
Niantic’s hit mobile game Pokémon Go may not launch in China due to government concerns.
The Japanese boxed games market continues to fall in value, with revenue generated from boxed sales dipping seven per cent year-on-year.
Sony is hoping for a foot-up in the Chinese Christmas market with the launch of three new PS4 hardware bundles this week.
The hard to find NES Classic Mini shifted just shy of 200k units in its first month in the US, NPD data has shown.
Yakuza 6 has gone straight in at No.1 in Japan this week, according to data from Famitsu.
Niantic’s world conquering Pokemon Go has now arrived in the world’s second most populated country.
Microsoft has mirrored by Sony by introducing its own $50 post Black Friday discount to Xbox One in the US.
Starting May 2017 developers whose games contain random loot box drops will be required to reveal the underlying odds.
$50 will once again be shaved off the price of PS4 in the US.
To no-one’s surprise, this week’s No.1 in Japan is Final Fantasy XV, according to data from Famitsu.
The latest entries in the Pokémon franchise, Sun and Moon are once again the best-selling games in Japan, according to data from Famitsu.
THQ shooter Red Faction will this year be available in Germany for the first time since its release in 2001.
New 3DS titles Pokemon Sun and Pokemon Moon have failed to match the sales of the series’ 2013 releases.
Peru is the 52th biggest games market in the world, data firm Newzoo reports, and generating an estimated $103m (£83m) in revenue for 2016.
Nintendo’s new NES Classic Mini has hit shelves in Japan and has had a rather good start to its life.
Microsoft has confirmed that Xbox One was the best-selling console in the US, UK and Australia last month.
Week One sales of Call of Duty have also taken a dive in Japan, according to data from Famitsu.
Eastern Europe is a growing games market.
Did you know that the Sega Mega Drive still, to this day, sells around 150,000 units every year in Brazil?
Argentina is the third biggest market in Latin America with $409m (£333m) in revenues, behind Brazil ($1.3bn) and Mexico ($1.1bn), Newzoo reports.
Romania might not be known for its gaming scene, yet it’s actually behind one of the biggest franchises of all time.
EA’s latest football title has shot to the top of the Japanese games charts, according to data provided by Famitsu.
A Famicom-themed version of the NES Mini has been announced for Japan.