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Retail chain GAME has admitted to suffering a notable sales slump in the run up to Christmas this year.
Valve has announced Left 4 Dead 2 has sold over two million copies at retail since its release two weeks ago.
Nintendo has admitted that Wii sales have stalled a bit due to lack of strong software support.
Ex-Sony Boss Chris Deering says that games should get more expensive in the future.
Sony's financial results for for the last financial quarter have revealed that the PS2 is still Sony's best-selling console.
Demand for the DS and Wii has finally started to slip it seems, as increased competition from the iPhone causes a 40 percent drop in sales for Nintendo.
Valve's Gabe Newell has suggested the idea of community-funded games as a possible way of offsetting rising development costs.
Valve has revealed that digital distribution systems like Steam can actually boost sales in conventional retail outlets too.
Sales of Mobile Internet Devices based on Intel's Menlow platform have been significantly lower than the company has predicted - but Intel claims it's nothing to worry about.
Market watcher IDC has revealed that worldwide server sales have slipped 25 percent in the first quarter of 2009 as companies choose to delay purchases.
COMPUTEX 09: RV740 yields are apparently down the toilet and it’s causing headaches for all parties involved.
THQ has posted a a loss of more than 430 million dollars, saved only by the solid performance of a few titles.
Electronic Arts has posted a net loss of more than USD 1.1 billion after a slow financial year.
Describes economic climate as the toughest in the company's history, and puts some of the losses down to the popularity of netbooks.
Sony has commented that the extreme amount of piracy on the PlayStation Portable platform is utterly sickening.
Tim Schafer thinks fans worry about game sales far too much and urges them to just have fun with his next game.
The Semiconductor Industry Association reveals a sharp fall in the revenue from sales of semiconductors over the last few months.
Valve has released partial sales figures for Left 4 Dead, revealing that 2.5 million copies have been sold at retail alone.
Jon Peddie Research paints a bleak picture of the discrete graphics card market, which shrank by 42.7 percent in the fourth quarter of 2008.
According to GamersGate CEO Theodore Bergquist digital games distribution could soon totally eclipse the retail market.
Electronic Arts honcho John Riccitiello has said that the current recession can only be a good thing for gamers.
Microsoft has again thrown the gauntlet down at Sony, claiming to have a stronger market presence in Europe than the PS3.
Britain has overtaken Japan and become the world's second biggest market for computer game systems and software.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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