Archive for category: games

Nintendo Records Quarterly Loss of Nearly 10 billion Yen
/ July 30, 2014 11:47 am
Nintendo Records Quarterly Loss of Nearly 10 billion Yen

GamesIndustryBiz reports “Nintendo has recorded a loss of 9.9 billion Yen for the quarter ending June 30, 2014. The net profit for the same period in the year prior was 8.6 billion Yen.” . Read More

EA Introducing Xbox One Subscription Service
/ July 30, 2014 11:47 am
EA Introducing Xbox One Subscription Service

GamesIndustryBiz reports “Electronic Arts is taking its games-as-a-service approach another step further.”. Read More

Japanese Console Market Down 16 percent in 2013
/ July 30, 2014 11:47 am
Japanese Console Market Down 16 percent in 2013

GamesIndustryBiz reports “The Japanese console market fell by almost 16 per cent last year, though that decline was balanced by the rapid growth of mobile in the region.” . Read More

Gust to Unite with Koei Tecmo
/ July 29, 2014 10:52 am
Gust to Unite with Koei Tecmo

GamesIndustryBiz reports “Gust Co., the Japanese developer of the Atelier franchise, will be merged with its parent company Koei Tecmo on October 1 this year.” . Read More

China Telecom Signs on for Xbox One launch
/ July 29, 2014 10:52 am
China Telecom Signs on for Xbox One launch

GamesIndustryBiz reports “Microsoft is launching the Xbox One in China this September, but it won't be doing so alone. According to the Wall Street Journal, the company has signed a deal with China Telecom to have the state-controlled fixed-line operator be the Xbox One's exclusive carrier partner in the country.”. Read More

Fates Forever Is League of Legends Lite for Your iPad
/ July 28, 2014 11:21 am
Fates Forever Is League of Legends Lite for Your iPad

TechCrunch reports “Thanks to the unprecedented success of Riot Games‘League of Legends, the multiplayer online battle arena (or MOBA) genre is the hottest space in gaming.”. Read More

Watch Dogs Maintains its #1 in UK
/ July 28, 2014 11:21 am
Watch Dogs Maintains its #1 in UK

GamesIndustryBiz reports “Another week without a console release saw the UK's charts remain largely unchanged again, with Ubisoft holding on to the top spot with Watch Dogs.”. Read More

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