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Mobile outlet Gameloft has shut down yet another studio as part of its on-going ‘cost reduction programme’.
New Yo-Kai Watch title Sangokushi has claimed its third No.1 in the Japanese charts according to data from Famitsu.
Norway is the 28th biggest video games market worldwide, according to data firm Newzoo. In 2015, the Norwegian industry generated estimated revenues of $274m (£193m).
PS4 was once again the best-selling console in the US for the month of March.
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.
Epic Games has opened a new office in Germany aimed at strengthening its publishing arms in Europe and Russia.
With annual games revenues reaching $1.5bn (£1.08bn), Spain has become the ninth biggest market worldwide and the fourth in Europe last year, outperforming Italy for the first time, according to ...
A new title in Level 5’s Yo-Kai Watch series has once again gone straight to No.1 in Japan.
The developer of underwater survival adventure Subnautica has explained why the game does not equip players with guns to defend themselves.
The latest entry in Square Enix’s Dragon Quest series – Monsters: Joker 3 – was this week’s best-performing game in Japan, according to data provided by Famitsu.
The gap between mobile gaming and the chasing pack is getting wider.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has ruled that Valve’s Steam service breached Australian consumer law.
Sweden is responsible for many triple-A titles both on mobile and traditional platforms.
February marked another sales victory for Sony’s PlayStation 4 in the US.
An Australian retailer has taken steps to reduce the appeal of games designed for those aged 18 and above.
It’s 1996 again – Pokémon Red, Green, Blue and Yellow took the No.1 spot in Japan last week according to data from Famitsu.
PlayStation 4 had quite the year in Australia in 2015.
This week’s Japanese charts – provided by Famitsu – feature a wealth of brand new releases.
The market share enjoyed by Windows Phone handsets has more than halved in the last year.
Total US consumer spending on video games was up five per cent year-on-year in 2015, a new joint report between the ESA and NPD has revealed.
The latest game in Atlus’ Shin Megami Tensei series of RPGs has gone straight to the top spot in Japan, according to data from Famitsu.
January marked another sales victory in the US for Sony’s PS4, according to NPD data.
New Bandai Namco Naruto title Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 debuted at No.1 in Japan, according to data from Famitsu.
The French video games market generated more than $2.4bn (£1.6bn) in revenues in 2015, which is a slight increase of 1.4 per cent compared to the previous year.
You’re wrong about Russia.