Minecraft is still a big deal, not just for daily sales, but for general engagement. Plus it’s teaching some valuable skills.
Is the gaming industry in a slump? Perhaps, but it’s worth noting that the NPD only tracks physical software sales.
Right now, the game sales charts we see are becoming irrelevant thanks to digital distrbution. That’s changing soon, with a combined chart.
The ESA has slammed the recent NPD software sales figures, saying they’re rather misleading.
Retail struggles are real, especially when games perform below expectations. But who is to blame when that happens – the publishers for hyping expectations, or the retailers for believing it.
The NPD shows retail sales in America while Super Data collates digital sales info. The difference in scale is staggering.
The PS4 isn’t just the fastest selling console, it’s where most people are choosing to play – at least as far as Ubisoft games are concerned. With PC a close second, where is the Xbox One?
Dying Light has done really well, paving the way for future Techland projects.
Apple is raking in some serious cash. So much so, that it boggles my mind to even think about.
The PlayStation Network is where many in the PlayStation ecosystem get their games. So which titles got the most love in March?
The digital games market is huge, even on console. But which titles reigned supreme?
Despite less than stellar sales figures, Sony isn’t giving up on the PS Vita.