Entries in 'demand' (36)
PS4 may not be freely available in all current regions until this summer.
The US arm of games retailer GameStop has added an extra $10 to the price of the PS4 Camera.
The supposedly ‘budget’ debutant in Apple’s iPhone line-up is apparently not selling as well as was hoped.
The overwhelmingly positive response given to PS4 at E3 this week has led to the company raising its sales expectations for the machine.
Game quality assurance firms have felt a sizable decrease in their console projects, which has put pressure on some companies to seek new business from other parts of the entertainment ...
Apple has cut its iPhone 5 component orders by half due to ‘weaker-than-expected’ demand.
Platform holder Sony has admitted that consumers have effectively killed off the 3D gaming revolution.
The early indications are very positive for Wii U.
Manufacturers predict a steady decline in the use of game discs as digital gains a tighter grip on the market.
Gamers shouldn’t be too worried about struggling to get their hands on a copy of Star Wars: The Old Republic at launch, EA has said.
Hungry consumers have caused Dead Island to sell out – with GAME raising its price to £47.99 – but more stock is on the way.
Rumours are building that next week's planned UK launch of the Apple iPad 2 could be delayed.
PlayStation move stock is likely to be hard to come by until 2011, platform holder Sony has warned.
The boss of SCEA’s Latin America division has said that PlayStation Move has exceeded the company’s expectations and that it’s struggling to keep up with demand in some key regions.
Sony has not released any sales data for the recently launched PlayStation Move, but one analyst reckons that everything’s got off to a good start on the far side of ...
Wild West action adventure Red Dead Redemption has been hit by stock shortages according to reports from a number of retailers.
Xbox 360 platform holder Microsoft has cut the price of a number of titles on its Xbox Live Games-On-Demand service in several territories – but not, it seems, in the ...
Having bought full-game digital distribution to Xbox 360 earlier this year, Microsoft has now gone live with its games on demand service for PC platform Games for Windows Live.
Microsoft has upped the stakes on its Games-On-Demand service by adding Rockstar’s legendary Grand Theft Auto IV to its growing line-up.
Microsoft is bullish that it can face off threats from Wii and PS3 with its multi-million dollar marketing blitz this Q4.
Having formed part of the Xbox 360 games-on-demand North American launch line-up, 2K Games’ critically and commercially successful subterranean first person shooter BioShock has been released on the European arm ...