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Homework help please! ASAP Corporate Research for video games


Video Games


I have happened into helping with a business research for a friend.

I need to find the first month revenue of these video games.

Devil May Cry
Soul Reaver (Legacy of Kain)
Batman Arkham Asylum/City
Dynasty Warriors
Dante's Inferno
Kingdoms of Amalur (Age of Reckoning)
Saints Row 2

I have been already looking for the first few hours on Google and I am not having much luck. If anyone can give me some clues that would be great.

Thank you
Hexen


Just got a little luck here, I have found some information, however it doesn't look like this info is regulatory available....
So I might not be able to find all the info I am looking for.


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Most companies do not release revenue gained from specific products, much less the amount based on month, unless it's something near record-breaking. They may release the number of copies sold total, but they probably won't say revenues. Game prices vary by region sold, and will have different profit margins per copy sold. This is why some games don't get sold to different regions.

A company might have lists of revenue based on specific products, but they might use them to guide future planning instead of releasing them.


Harley Quinn X wrote:

Most companies do not release revenue gained from specific products, much less the amount based on month, unless it's something near record-breaking. They may release the number of copies sold total, but they probably won't say revenues. Game prices vary by region sold, and will have different profit margins per copy sold. This is why some games don't get sold to different regions.

A company might have lists of revenue based on specific products, but they might use them to guide future planning instead of releasing them.

Thanks

Sovereign Court

Publicly traded companies may talk about some of that information. Search the SEC's public filings looking for quarterly reports and management discussion and analysis (10-k and 10-Q iirc).

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Form_10-K#Item_7_-_Management.27s_Discussion_a nd_Analysis

Edgar: http://www.sec.gov/edgar/searchedgar/companysearch.html


Robert Hawkshaw wrote:

Publicly traded companies may talk about some of that information. Search the SEC's public filings looking for quarterly reports and management discussion and analysis (10-k and 10-Q iirc).

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Form_10-K#Item_7_-_Management.27s_Discussion_a nd_Analysis

Edgar: http://www.sec.gov/edgar/searchedgar/companysearch.html

Thank you

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