Games Industry Market Data
Six out of ten publishers have admitted that they either rarely release or never release their games in boxed physical form.
One of the great things about the internet is that it gives everyone a voice. But one of the bad things about the internet is that it gives everyone a ...
Average prices in Australia have been falling significantly in 2012, now representing an all-time highest drop for the industry.
Following on from the Australian Top Ten Charts just announced, here's the New Zealand top ten with some surprising differences.
No surprises that Call of Duty has taken the top spot, but here are the full top ten charts for software in Australia from NPD Group...
NPD Group and the iGEA have reported that Australia saw AUD$1.161 billion in traditional retail sales for 2012.
At a media event this morning, while showing off Skylanders: Swap Force, Activision gave us the skinny on how the series has been selling.
Warren Spector's original vision of a four-game Epic Mickey saga may be relegated to a pipe dream.
Some retailers are offering the basic White Nintendo console for less than AUD$300 in time for the holiday season.
The Q3 (ending Week 39) charts for New Zealand are in, and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 has taken number one.
Let's go back in time a little and take a look at what the big games were in 2006, when Nintendo's Wii console was first launched.
Call of Duty: Black Ops II has sold an estimated $500m worth of units in tis first 24 hours.
News has come through from Nintendo's quarterly earnings report of a disparity in the rate at which countries are digitally downloading.
Citrus Media is reporting today that its flagship gaming title Australian Game Informer has reached a 50'000 circulation milestone.
Total retail sales in 2012 for the first half of the year have reached $465.6 million in Australia, compared with $578.6 million last year.
Andrew Milgate, an analyst for NPD Group Australia, has written a guest article for MCV today looking back over the shift in console pricing over time...
Prominent and longstanding Fairfax Media blogger Jason Hill has outlined the current issues surrounding Aussie videogame prices.
The grey import market in Australia has seen significant proliferation in the last two years with the rise of the Aussie dollar.
A range of Nintendo Wii product is being reduced to an RRP of AUD$69.95 in time for the Christmas rush.
According to a report at GameSpot, Rob Blythe, analyst with Macquarie Bank, predicts the inflated cost of videogames in Australia won't last long.