Entries in 'Digital' (107)
A new set of consumer rights laws comes into effect today that give buyers the right to a full refund on any faulty digital purchase for 30 days.
If you visited MCV Towers at all this summer, there’s a good chance you would have heard the words ‘Rocket’ and ‘League’ echo around the floors.
The Entertainment Retailers Association (ERA) has thrown its support behind MCV’s Digital Counts campaign.
The expansion to Bungie’s co-op focused shooter Destiny has claimed a new PlayStation Network record.
The largest American High Street games retailer will now only sell console bundles that include physical copies of games.
Telltale has dated both the physical and retail releases of Minecraft: Story Mode.
Retailer Amazon has developed a new business model that allows it to offer a number of Android apps to users for free.
The four classic Star Wars ports announced as part of the Star Wars PS4 console bundle will be sold separately.
Anyone who doubts the transition from physical to digital need only look to EA’s most recent financials for evidence.
The European Commission insists that its proposed Digital Single Market will open up the whole of Europe for games retailers.
The boxed charts might all be about Batman and Elder Scrolls, but 2014’s success stories continue to reign in the UK digital rankings.
Batman isn’t just the world’s greatest detective and an all-around crime-fighting hero – he’s also a savvy marketing tool.
This year’s Hitman game will be a ‘digital first’ episodic release, although developer Io Interactive prefers not to use that term itself.
Almost 150,000 UK console gamers downloaded The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt in May, the latest numbers from SuperData revealed.
The idea of pre-owned digital games has been flying around for a while, and retailer GameStop still hopes to one day get the idea off the ground.
Valve’s own Counter Strike: Global Offensive was the most purchased game during Steam’s recent PC Summer Sale.
The senior manager of marketing in Nintendo of America’s licensing department has urged the company’s fans to be a bit more adventurous with the digital content they buy.
Nintendo is embracing independent developers for this year’s E3.
A new report has seemingly confirmed a long-running assumption of the industry – boxed games are on the way out.
Steam’s new refund policy is hitting some developers hard.
Konami has announced a new entry in the Yu-Gi-Oh series that is heading to PS4 and Xbox One.
Some of the automated algorithms that have until recently been used to populate the Apple App Store have been replaced with a curated system.
The CEO of Take-Two says the lack of digital data in the games market is misleading.
The strength of Ubisoft’s core brands and the growth of its digital offerings have seen the publisher outperform its financial targets for the last year.
Bandai Namco owned D3 Publisher has announced that its subsidiary D3Publisher of America is rebranding and shifting focus to digital and mobile.