Entries in 'Digital' (642)
PS3 owners are facing the very real possibility of missing out completely DLC release Dawnguard.
Ubisoft has revealed both a (perhaps surprise) new entry in the Call of Juarez series as well as an iOS outing for the rejuvenated Rayman.
INTERVIEW: MCV talks to EA COO Peter Moore about a market in transition, the future of discs and his costly Bejeweled habit...
Almost a year and a half after its launch in the US, the Amazon Appstore has finally launched in key European territories.
Cloud gaming has taken a significant step into the present thanks to a new initiative from Japanese publisher Square Enix.
Electronic Arts may be spearheading the digital revolution, but discs aren't dead yet, says COO Peter Moore.
Popular iOS action adventure Infinity Blade has undergone an interesting transformation – it has been turned into a political beat ‘em up.
A leading EA executive has predicted the death of High Street games retail within ten years.
EA has admitted that it is to distance itself from TV and print advertising in favour of a social networking focused marketing strategy.
Nintendo boss Satoru Iwata has revealed that digital sales of new 3DS release New Super Mario Bros 2 accounted for around five per cent of the total.
Three big PC brands are spearheading Ubisoft’s push into free-to-play.
The sale of digital product could account for the majority of EA’s revenue within 24 to 26 months.
This Friday is an historic one for Nintendo.
The days of Satoru Iwata cowering behind the sofa at the mere mention of the internet are (mostly) behind us.
Retailer Amazon has reported that UK consumers are for the first time purchasing more digital books than they are physical copies.
Independently developed Arma II mod Day Z has passed the one million registered users milestone.
Streaming games service OnLive has officially launched in Belgium.
The time may have come for developer Stardock to say goodbye to boxed retail releases, the company has stated.
Independent retailers want the chance to stock a larger range of digital cards.
Nintendo has detailed the three ways in which consumers will be able to purchases digital games for the 3DS.
Hang on – this isn’t how it’s supposed to work, is it?
New Super Mario Bros 2 will be the first Nintendo game to get a simultaneous digital and retail release – and Nintendo wants its customer base to experiment.
EA admits core gamers have ‘issues’ with its download platform.
Three further HD revisions of back catalogue titles have been confirmed by Sega.
Steam will not introduce any functionality to allow gamers to sell on products they buy digitally, it has said.