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For Honor Was the Top-Selling Game in February, NPD Says

By John Keefer, Mar 17, 2017 9:40am PDT

PlayStation 4 continues to beat Xbox One in monthly sales, topping the charts for the fifth straight month.

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"Yeah, that was unsurprising. Still looking forward to picking it up on -75% sale in a year or two."

- leseid see all 5 comments

Resident Evil 7 Was the Top Selling Game in January, NPD Says

By John Keefer, Feb 16, 2017 5:35pm PST

Grand Theft Auto 5 still makes the top 3 more than three years later.

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"If they could just make the puzzles more interesting/harder I'd be game for Resident Evil 8 I ..."

- Break see all 7 comments

PlayStation 4 tops Xbox One as Best Selling Console in January

By John Keefer, Feb 09, 2017 4:25pm PST

Microsoft still boasts that its console had its best month ever since launch.

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"Fake news alert!"

- CplBeaker see all 2 comments

ESA: U.S. Video Game Industry Totals $30.4 Billion in Revenue for 2016

By Jason Faulkner, Feb 01, 2017 8:10am PST

ESA and NPD Group release 2016 numbers showing an increase in video game industry revenue from 2015.

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NPD Group releases sales data for December 2016 and its annual report

By David Craddock, Jan 19, 2017 4:19pm PST

People bought video games last year. But how many, and which ones? Inquiring minds must know.

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"not unit sales, revenue. So the major consoles having price cuts will hurt top line revenue ..."

- derelict515 see all 3 comments

Pokemon Sun and Moon have best launch ever for the franchise

By John Keefer, Dec 16, 2016 11:16am PST

The games also spurred sales of the 3DS.

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"Looked into the CFW route? It might be an option if you haven't updated your system in a while. "

- Arcath see all 12 comments

NPD Group reports an uptick in game sales during October 2016

By David Craddock, Nov 17, 2016 4:23pm PST

A flurry of popular games in October boosted software sales, while hardware performed unevenly.

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Xbox One and NBA 2K17 top the sales charts in September, according to NPD

By Asif Khan, Oct 20, 2016 7:45pm PDT

Overall spending on software, hardware and accessories declined year over year.

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Xbox One outsells PS4 for the third month in a row

By David Craddock, Oct 13, 2016 4:27pm PDT

Microsoft chalked up wins in July, August, and September, but it remains to be seen how the imminent release of PS4 Pro will shake up sales.

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"I'm sure lots of people stopped buying new PS4s when the PS4 Pro was announced. I expect this to ..."

- Rehevkor see all 4 comments

No Man's Sky, Madden NFL 17 top August's best-selling games

By David Craddock, Sep 15, 2016 4:00pm PDT

Although Madden topped the charts, interest in this year's edition slipped compared to last year's.

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Xbox One outsold PlayStation 4 during the month of August

By David Craddock, Sep 08, 2016 4:22pm PDT

Microsoft came out on top in console sales for the second month in a row.

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"If you want the best gaming experience on a PS4 it does. And it releasing at 400 bucks keeps it ..."

- Peanut Fox see all 15 comments

The NPD Group acquires game analytics firm EEDAR

By David Craddock, Aug 30, 2016 1:06pm PDT

NPD's acquisition represents the latest move in its efforts to provide more detailed and accurate analytics.

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Xbox One outsold PS4, but 3DS was the best-selling system in July

By David Craddock, Aug 18, 2016 3:50pm PDT

Nintendo's handheld got a nice boost from Monster Hunter and Pokémon.

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Xbox One outsold PS4 during the month of July, according to Microsoft and NPD

By David Craddock, Aug 11, 2016 4:14pm PDT

Could Microsoft have lifted its moratorium on not disclosing Xbox One sales numbers?

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"Did that price drop take affect at any point, or is that in the future?"

- Peanut Fox see all 10 comments

NPD Group reports drops in software and hardware for June 2016

By David Craddock, Jul 21, 2016 4:30pm PDT

NPD Group dug into last month's video game sales data, only to find that both hardware and software fell short.

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