Migration to Windows 10 and a CPU shortage have helped bump a market that has slowed in recent years.
NPD predicts that Modern Warfare will be the top-selling game in the U.S. in 2019.
Technical testing for the mobile portion of Project xCloud is slated to start in partnership with T-Mobile (US), Vodafone (UK), and SK Telecom (South Korea) and will continue until Microsoft is certain of user satisfaction.
Within five years, cloud gaming in Asia is expected to reach 60 million gamers, and may surpass 500 million by 2028.
Nearly half of the world's population will own a smartphone and global revenue may grow as much as 27% by the end of 2019.
The report was compiled by No More Robots, the publisher behind Descenders and Hypnospace Outlaw. Omitting AAA titles and some of the lowest-visibility games, the report paints a grim picture for struggling game devs releasing PC games on Steam.
According to a new report, PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds is on track to overtake Fortnite as the most popular battle royale game.
Nintendo is the only major console manufacturer to see hardware sales growth in July. It also ruled the software sales charts with 6 of the top 10 spots last month.
The Switch Lite could help the console market, but it's unlikely to make a major impact, NPD tells us.
It's not enough to guess at what motivates Asian gamers -- it's important to look at the data. Niko Partners Senior Analyst, Daniel Ahmad, weighs in on what the data says about Chinese and Southeast Asian gamers.