Entries in 'npd group' (22)
One of the most active voices in Australian game market data, Andrew Milgate has been with NPD Group for seven years.
NPD numbers being reported by Screen Australia say that peripherals are the lone growth sector of the games industry, with console hardware and software sales providing the bulk of the ...
NPD Group is stating that during all-important December last year, one in five customers was going online for their purchase.
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...
Following on from the release of the 2012 sales trends by the iGEA this morning, Sony Computer Entertainment has some news of its own.
NPD Group and the iGEA have reported that Australia saw AUD$1.161 billion in traditional retail sales for 2012.
The Q3 (ending Week 39) charts for New Zealand are in, and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 has taken number one.
The results are in for Q3 this year (ending in week 39), and Blizzard has beaten out Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 for pole position.
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.
NPD Group has supplied MCV with the list of top selling games for the first half of 2012, with Blizzard's Diablo III taking pole position.
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...
NPD Group sales figures for 2011 were released earlier this week, which didn't include digital sales or other online services.
Modern Warfare 3 wins out in New Zealand as well, but the back half of the 2011 top ten is mixed up a bit.
NPD Group data has been released, and the iGEA has confirmed NZD$179.6 million in NZ retail sales for 2011.
NPD Group has issued its list of the top ten selling games of 2011 at Australian retail by unit sales.
Sony has announced that NPD Group Australia data has Playstation 3 as the year's #1 selling home console so far this year. The data is in units sold and looks at ...