Entries in 'Digital' (235)
As well as not ushering in tax breaks, last week’s Budget may have brought with it another bad piece of gaming news.
UK retailer GAME has added to its already extensive digital cards offer with the introduction of Battle.net credit.
This is a brave new world for games retail.
Those looking to download Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes on PS4 have received a nice surprise this morning.
Former PlayStation Europe boss Chris Deering last night fronted the official unveiling of a new games retail service at GDC.
Namco Bandai will continue distributing Codemasters games throughout 2014.
Titles purchased from Good Old Games will cost the same no matter where you are in the world when you purchase them.
Gamers in Australia and New Zealand will have to wait a bit longer to get their hands on Metal Gear's next-gen debut.
Having become one of the most discussed games this month on iOS, Threes has now arrived on Android.
UK developers have hailed Steam’s decision to let them hold their own sales.
Apple's App Store now displays in-app purchase warnings in its search results.
Microsoft has said it wants to introduce digital midnight launch events for games on Xbox Live.
The Nintendo website has been updated with a new section looking to emphasize the company’s indie credentials.
Accessing full titles via Sony’s upcoming streaming service could cost as little as $4.99.
US gamers are being offered a freebie when they buy an Xbox One console.
Nintendo has detailed the Limited Edition release of Wii U racer Mario Kart 8.
505 Games has confirmed the WWII shooter will launch this June.
UK games stores should push digital games as much as physical ones, says Sony.
Welcome to the world of mobile gaming.
Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes has received a price cut… before it has even been released.
Sony will remove all available digital content for Gran Turismo 5 in April.
The cost of Amazon Prime membership is getting a significant increase.
A new report from NPD suggests that only a limited number of US gamers have made the decision to completely abandon physical games.
EA has bundled all three of its Crysis games – and more – in a single digital release.
Digital games retailer Green Man Gaming says it could begin publishing games later this year.