US M-rated revenues jump 64% in 2007

By Patrick Garratt, Tuesday, 11 March 2008 09:47 GMT

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This shows that while M-rated games have declined in percentage in the US market in the last year, the amount of them being sold has risen 64 percent compared to 2006.

“On average each E-rated console software title released in 2007 earned an average of $7.6 million. The previous year the same category of software earned $7.7 million per game,” said that piece. “The real story here is what happened with M-rated console software. A jump of nearly 64% revenue for M-rated console games between 2006 and 2007.”

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