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Infogrames posts 14 per cent drop in revenues

Atari's parent company, Infogrames, has posted a 14 per cent drop in first-half revenues - which have fallen to 105.5 million Euro from 123 million Euro during the same period last year.

Atari's parent company, Infogrames, has posted a 14 per cent drop in first-half revenues - which have fallen to 105.5 million Euro from 123 million Euro during the same period last year.

During Q2, revenues stood at 61.1 million Euro - with more than 60 per cent of sales made in Europe and Asia. Hit titles for the company included Test Drive Unlimited and new instalments in the Dragon Ball Z series.

More than 25 per cent of games sold were for PlayStation 2, while Xbox 360, PSP, DS and Game Boy Advance titles made up a further 48 per cent of revenue.

Infogrames observed that the revenue figure does not take account of money earned through the sales of studios Paradigm, Shiny and Reflections - which amounted to around 2.7 million Euro.

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