The last of the big AAA releases for 2014 – Ubisoft’s The Crew – has entered the UK charts at number 6.
Watch Dogs is number one in the UK charts this week despite selling 18 per cent less copies than it did last week.
EA and FIFA Street have fended off several new releases to remain the top of the UK charts this week, taking four of the top five spots for the week ending 31st March.
The Interactive Games & Entertainment Association has released figures showing a marked decline in the Australian games industry in 2010, with sales dropping 16 percent from 2009’s totals.
It has not – for obvious reasons – been an enjoyable 24 hours for the gaming industry. But hey, it’s not quite all doom and gloom, seeing as October swung in and finally saved software sales from their six-month downward tumble. Also, Microsoft’s looking pretty pleased with itself on both the software and hardware fronts. […]
According to Media Create figures for January 21-26, Wii Fit is still flying in Japan, leading the all format chart and having now hit sales of 1,283,000. Wii Fit sold 90,000 for the charted period. Second place goes to the newly launched Pro Evo PSP title, World Soccer Winning Eleven: Ubiquitous Evolution, with sales of […]