Entries in 'Digital' (745)
Forget competing with big boxed blockbusters at retail – Ubisoft says the best way to release new IP is through digital platforms.
Who says you can’t wrap up a download? GAME has come up with a solution to the biggest digital dilemma – how to make a download look good under a ...
The latest rumours concerning Microsoft’s next Xbox console suggest that the company may launch an entry-level machine that is not compatible with disc-based games.
Amazon has postponed the launch of its PC download platform to 2012.
Activision Blizzard parent Vivendi has squashed industry chatter that it is opening a new games business.
MCV quizzes UKIE board member and Sega UK MD John Clark on the importance of including digital sales into the weekly charts...
Ubisoft has announced that Rayman 3 is being remade in HD and will receive a digital release on Xbox Live Arcade and PlayStation Network.
The creator of the Impulse digital distribution service, Stardock, is releasing its titles on Steam.
InComm Europe has done the impossible: bridged the gap between digital content and physical retail. European product and marketing director Simon Osgood explains how the High Street is taking the ...
Sony is to release the three titles included in its Sly Cooper HD Collection as individual downloads on the PlayStation Network, Siliconera reports.
Electronic Arts has added another company to the list of rival publishers selling its games through EA's Origin download service.
Ferrari Challenge developer Eutechnyx will start publishing games after securing £1.8m in Government funding.
Developer Polyphony Digital has confirmed it is already hard at work on the next instalment in the Gran Turismo series.
Sega's UK and digital boss John Clark predicts that the digital games market will match or even surpass boxed games in terms of revenue by 2015.
Digital rights management fails to prevent illegal game sales, says digital download firm Good Old Games.
Global retail giant GameStop predicts the digital games market will hit $35bn by 2014.
Industry veteran Charlie Barrett has formed a new company that aims to break into digital distribution.
The global digital games market will more than double over the next five years to $53 billion, a research company has claimed.
Call of Duty and World of Warcraft publisher Activision has reported a near tripling of profits for the quarter ending September 30th.
Microsoft will at next month’s Spike TV Video Game Awards announce a surprise successor to Xbox 360 horror title Alan Wake.
Market research company Newzoo has made the bold prediction that Grand Theft Auto V will be released as a digital-only product.
French publisher Ubisoft clearly sees 2012 as being a huge year for digital games sales, unveiling a huge number of new digital games at a US trade event yesterday.
Publisher EA has countered the belief that digital will eventually cannibalise the packaged games market.
At what point will digital content be the driving force behind game revenues?