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Disney Infinity is dead as Disney exits game publishing

Disney Infinity is dead as Disney exits game publishing The company also cited a "lack of growth" in the toys-to-life market.While the sector grew seven percent in the US in 2015, analysts have noted that the market could shrink in 2016, and clearly Disney Infinity was already feeling the pinch.

Star Wars Battlefront ships 14m copies, EA enjoys "phenomenal" FY2016

Star Wars Battlefront ships 14m copies, EA enjoys "phenomenal" FY2016 50 beat EA's guidance of $0.For the full year, non-GAAP net revenue totaled $4.

Metal Gear and mobile games give Konami a boost

Metal Gear and mobile games give Konami a boost 9 billion ($2.28 billion / €2 billion) in revenue in the year ended March 31, 2016, a 14.

Bandai Namco profits slip, Dark Souls III soars

Bandai Namco profits slip, Dark Souls III soars However, operating profit slipped 18 per cent year-on-year, finishing at �23.These trends were reflected in the company's overall performance, with revenue up 2 per cent to �575.

Ubisoft reports full year earnings

Ubisoft reports full year earnings Today Ubisoft reported its full year earnings for the fiscal year ended March 31, 2016.It revealed sales of €1,394 million ( $1.

Sega returns to profit on cuts and streamlining

Sega returns to profit on cuts and streamlining 4 million / €30 million), a major improvement over the �63 million ($579,000 / €510,000) it earned in the previous fiscal year.When combined, Sega's Digital and Packaged Games revenue represented half of that �199.

Square Enix doubles annual profits

Square Enix doubles annual profits Square Enix has recorded a bumper financial year for the 12 months, more than doubling its profits year-on-year across the business to around 20 billion Yen ($184m, �127, €161.Alongside 'solid starts' for Tomb Raider and Just Cause 3, the Japanese publisher noted the performance of Final Fantasy XIV and Dragon Quest X DLC, as well as several mobile titles including Mobius Final Fantasy, Hoshi No Dragon Quest and Final Fantasy Brave Exvius.

Tencent thought to be interested in Supercell purchase

Tencent thought to be interested in Supercell purchase Although Tencent's negotiations are at an earlier stage, a story from the Wall St Journal indicates that the Giant and Alibaba offer has stalled somewhat on price.Fearing that the firm would be overly involved in the day-to-day running of the studio, Supercell's management has apparently resisted its advances.

Mad Catz profit turns to $11m loss on "incredibly disappointing" Rock Band 4

However, the impact of Rock Band 4's performance was most keenly felt on the company's bottom line, with the prior year's $4.The co-publishing deal between Mad Catz and Harmonix was struck in April 2015, at the very start of fiscal 2016.

Limitless scores close to $1m in seed funding

Limitless, the technology company that helped create virtual reality experience Gary The Gull, has just secured close to $1 million in seed funding.The incredible response to our first customer's project Gary the Gull at the conference increased interest in our platform and help us bring new investors and customers.

Vivendi ups Ubisoft share ownership to 20%, but delays takeover

Thanks to a purchase late last week, Vivendi now owns 20.1% of the French publisher.

Animoca acquires Finnish dev TicBits

Animoca acquires Finnish dev TicBits The small Finnish dev team TicBits has been acquired by Hong Kong-based mobile publisher Animoca Brands for €2.35 million upfront, with a further €1 million payable in 2018.

Nintendo's Roller-Coaster Week

Nintendo's Roller-Coaster Week Looking away from the firm's stock performance, there's a sharp contrast across two fields of the company's activity.On the other, well; on the other hand you have the company's really rather bleak financial statement this week, which pointed out just how far its home console business has fallen.

Metal Gear series has sold 49m copies

Metal Gear series has sold 49m copies Konami reported its financial results for the three months ended June 30, 2016.They included the fact that the Metal Gear franchise has sold more than 49.

Nintendo posts biggest Q1 loss in five years

Nintendo posts biggest Q1 loss in five years 3m/€211m) in the first quarter of the fiscal year, its largest Q1 loss since 2011.7 billion ($585 million) in revenue during the quarter, down 31% from the previous year.

Apple reports quarterly revenue of $42.4 billion

Apple reports quarterly revenue of $42.4 billion Yesterday Apple shared its latest earnings report, today its let us know that the company recently sold its billionth iPhone.Thank you to everyone at Apple for helping change the world every day.

PlayStation division more than doubles profits, sells another 3.5m PS4

PlayStation division more than doubles profits, sells another 3.5m PS4 Sony's Game & Network Services division, which houses the PlayStation business, more than doubled its operating income last quarter - despite a 1.4 billion ($3.

GREE Inc. is back in the black after transitional year

GREE Inc. is back in the black after transitional year returned to profit in the last fiscal year, even though its total revenue declined by almost 25%.For the year ended June 30, 2016, GREE earned �69.

GameStop reports Q2 2016 results

GameStop reports  Q2 2016 results Retailer GameStop reported its Q2 2016 results today, showing a total global sales fall of 7.63 billion for the quarter.

Capital One: Windows phones need 10% market share in the UK for us to bring an app to the platform

Capital One: Windows phones need 10% market share in the UK for us to bring an app to the platform The company offers no app for Windows phones.The European arm of Capital One, Capital One UK, based in Nottingham, has informed us that there is currently no app in the “pipeline at present” and continued by explaining the reasoning behind this: As you’ll appreciate, we have to build an entirely new application for each platform, which is time consuming and expensive.