Entries in 'cards' (36)
UK games stores should push digital games as much as physical ones, says Sony.
All UK retailers are invited to sell our PSN games, says SCE UK.
As of today all purchases made on Xbox Live will be conducted in real currencies.
Free-to-play card battler Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft has been announced by Blizzard.
The game will be cross platform across PC, Mac and iPad. It takes the established card battle format ...
Retailer HMV will once again begin honouring gift cards as of tomorrow (January 22nd).
The High Street has been called in to help Sony ramp up subscribers to its PlayStation Plus service.
Independent retailers want the chance to stock a larger range of digital cards.
Customers are no longer able to use their Reward Cards in GAME or Gamestation stores.
Nintendo is to include a physical card-collecting element in upcoming 3DS title Kid Icarus: Uprising.
The UK MD of Sony has admitted that Sony should have made higher capacity Vita memory cards available in Europe at launch.
Fewer gamers are using credit cards. NewZoo says that in 2010, 26 per cent of consumers reported making payment for games using credit cards, but that fell to 20 per ...
Club Penguin. Runescape. Moshi Monsters. These digital franchises generate a significant chunk of their revenue on the High Street – not only through merchandise but also through pre-paid content cards.
Nintendo has confirmed the inclusion of Near Field Communication in the Wii U controller.
We’re yet to hear what Sony’s official pricing strategy for its new PlayStation Vita memory cards will be in the UK, but if the US and Japanese pricing is anything ...
It has been revealed that some games for the PlayStation Vita will require the use of an external memory card to save game progress.
Two years on from their high-profile arrival on the American arm of retailer Amazon, digital codes for PSN games have been suddenly yanked from the website.
The GAME Group has confirmed that it has rolled out its PlayStation digital games offering to all 615 of its GAME and Gamestation stores in the UK.
The High Street can play a major part in selling digital games, and Microsoft has the proof.
Retailer GAME has announced that it has rolled out its in-store digital games offering to 1,200 stores across the world.
Digital may remain one of the stiffest challenges for High Street retail, but GAME's attempts to tap into the growing market have so far proved successful.
Gamers could soon be able to buy Xbox Live, PSN or Nintendo points from their local newsagents.
Gamers can now buy Xbox Live Arcade titles from GAME’s flagship London Oxford Street store.
SCEE President Andrew House wants to sell PSN games on the High Street.
The stars of next month’s highly anticipated Pokémon games are already on shelves – in trading card form.
The 3DS will come bundled with six augmented reality cards based on popular Nintendo characters at launch.