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Amazon has opened its Android Appstore for business in Japan.
Nintendo has announced a fresh incentive to help drive its handheld console throughout the Christmas period in the UK.
Publisher and media group Future has reported normalised operating profit of £6.9m for the year ending September 30th.
Rumours of a low-spec TV set-top box style Xbox have returned.
A trio of Sega’s AM2 titles are to receive digital re-releases on Xbox Live Arcade and the PlayStation Network.
Grand Theft Auto Vice City has been removed from Steam and other digital retailers.
International games retail giant GameStop has reported a decline in physical sales but a boost in digital for the quarter ending October 27th.
Retailer Blockbuster has ventured into the world of digital publishing with a brand new iPad, Android and Kindle magazine.
Japanese social games giant DeNA has reported a 45 per cent jump in quarterly revenue to $627m.
Industry stalwarts Darryl Still and Peter King have launched a new digital distribution management agency called Kiss.
EA has reported revenue of $1.08bn for its most recent quarter, falling roughly in line with analyst expectations.
Having peaked in the third quarter of 2010, Nintendo’s digital sales are once again on the rise.
Super Hexagon and VVVVVV creator Terry Cavanagh has released his indie classic Don’t Look Back on iOS and Android.
Hotline Miami will be released in the UK on October 23rd.
US mobile games publisher Glu Mobile has partnered with UK outfit Probability PLC to break into the gambling market.
A recent change to Windows 8 suggests that Microsoft may be preparing to phase out its Points payment system.
The standalone version of popular zombie mod DayZ will not be coming to retail, it seems.
Full download titles, online sales, DLC – such things are rarely discussed in the same sentence as Nintendo platforms.
The number of gaming girls is on the rise, but firms expect this audience to seek out mobile and online titles over boxed ones.
Publishing giant Future is seemingly making good on its plans to successfully transition into the new digital world.
Sony’s Call of Duty: Black Ops Declassified Vita hardware bundle will not include a physical copy of the game.
Sony’s digital retail drive is continuing with a large slate of former disc-only games now available to download.
As of next month it may be cheaper to buy triple-A releases for PS3 digitally rather than from the High Street.
Traditional gaming has held its own in the face of increasing opposition this generation – but its stiffest challenge may be yet to come.
The new super-slim PS3 is to be joined at retail by an invigorated PS3 Essentials range.