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A year after EA first unleashed its digital download service Origin, the company’s senior VP of global e-commerce David DeMartini has christened its first 12 months as a “huge success”.
Supermarket giant Tesco has acquired a 91 per cent stake in Milton Keynes based streaming music service We7.
The Humble Indie Bundle V has finally screeched to a halt, raising $5.1 million and selling almost 600,000 bundles.
TimeSplitters 4 could yet become a reality… although it won’t be a retail game.
A new report from DFC Intelligence predicts that digitally distributed games will account for 66 per cent of total overall games revenue by 2017.
UK tech firm Antix Labs is to establish its eponymous games distribution platform in Indonesia.
Oh Peter. Outspoken creative experimenter Peter Molyneux has confirmed that his next game will contain DLC… that costs £50,000.
Nintendo has confirmed that it is working on a method that will allow gamers to transfer Wii content to the Wii U.
Once again the issue around calculating digital sales data towards the industry’s charts and research data has become a talking point.
While ISFE boasts an impressive survey of European gamers, NPD is for the first time sharing its data on non-new, non-boxed video game sales in the UK via MCV.
Platform holder Sony claims the growing appetite for digital content is helping grow the sales of ‘full console’ games.
A PS3 ebook strategy will be unveiled by Sony at E3, MCV understands.
EA will at next week’s E3 reveal the Battlefield Premium service, according to a retail listing.
PS3 owners are for the first time being offered full game downloads at a price that’s competitive with the High Street.
Capcom has confirmed a June 27th release for Resident Evil: Chronicles HD Collection on PSN.
When the trade clicked open its Monday morning UKIE charts update this week, the big story was the data that wasn’t listed.
Japanese publisher Sega has teamed up with Ron Gilbert’s Double Fine for its next game – The Cave.
Sony’s PlayStation Network has got three high-profile offers for gamers to buy digitally this week.
Manufacturers predict a steady decline in the use of game discs as digital gains a tighter grip on the market.
Sony is to release both Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune and Uncharted 2: Among Thieves Game of the Year Edition as downloads on PSN.
Future PLC has revealed strong digital revenue growth in its interim results for the half-year ended March 31st 2012.
French publishing giant Ubisoft has posted full-year profits of €37.3m (£29.7m) for the twelve months ended March 31st, 2012.
The blending of the High Street and digital market continues with news that GAME is offering specific trade-in deals on a number of digital products.
Where Nintendo leads, others often follow.
The Japanese publisher behind No More Heroes is coming to Europe.