Edison, New Jersey-based game co Majesco Entertainment tabled its Q2 results yesterday with net revenues ringing in at US$14.6 million for the quarter ending April 30, 2007, up from the 2006 figure of US$11.2.
Jesse Sutton, the company’s interim CEO, said the results have met expectations with the increase due to more effective distribution and improved gross margins.
New releases made up 84% of the company’s sales, while catalogue titles accounted for the remaining 16%. In terms of platforms, Nintendo titles made up the lion’s share of revenues, with Wii games comprising 55% of sales and DS games coming in at 33%.
On Majesco’s slate for the third quarter are kid-oriented releases for the Nintendo DS, including Dino Master and Nacho Libre.