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Chris Petrovic, the head of GameStop’s digital ventures division, has resigned from his role at the retailer.
Variety is the spice of life, but there’s precious little to be had at games retail at the moment.
Whenever a big entertainment retailer goes bust, it prompts the same analysis: “They didn’t adapt to the rise of digital”.
EA’s digital download service Origin is approaching 40m registered users across PC and iOS.
The total value of the US video games market declined nine per cent in 2012.
Take-Two has reported a near doubling of revenue of $415.8m for the quarter ending December 31st 2012.
Digital sales across Nintendo platforms currently stand at ¥11.1bn for the current financial year.
Facebook is set to redefine gaming on its social network with a string of new ‘core player-focused' titles, the head of game partnerships at the company has claimed.
Bethesda has at last confirmed a European release date for its three pieces of Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim DLC on PS3.
Future PLC has announced digital revenue growth of 24 per cent for its most recent financial quarter.
EA has reported a decline in revenues for FY13 Q3 with a surge in digital sales unable to offset a decline in physical games sales.
65 per cent of DLC sales in GameStop stores are for Microsoft’s Xbox 360, the retailer has revealed.
Save game data for games downloaded from the Wii’s Virtual Console will not be compatible with the upcoming Wii U versions.
THQ stood a great chance of survival if it could have rode out the turbulence of the transitioning games industry.
Mega, the new file-sharing site from controversial figure Kim Dotcom is now live.
Upcoming THQ release Metro: Last Light has been pulled from GameStop’s Impulse digital download store.
US second-hand digital music marketplace ReDigi is preparing to launch in Europe and expand into areas including ebooks and video games.
British publisher and developer Codemasters has confirmed spreading reports that it is restructuring its digital operations.
2013 will be the first full year for the new Sega: a big publisher that focuses on digital first, complemented by select boxed brands.
A new type of die hopes to change the way people play virtual board games.
A digital games store had been launched on HMV.com just weeks before the chain fell into administration.
Tecmo Koei has announced a change of plan for the release of Fist of the North Star: Ken's Rage 2.
The new-look PSN store is a mighty fine beast, but it can chug a little.
Digital revolution comes at the cost of retail devolution, right? Perhaps not.