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Digital retail will be the end of the High Street. Or not, if these sorts of decisions continue.
The UK arm of retailer GameStop has insisted that it intends to observe street dates in the future.
A “printing error” has lead to some copies of Driver: San Francisco in North America being sold to customers without a Uplay Passport code.
Despite a 46 per cent drop in sales, Square Enix title Deus Ex: Human Revolution has made it two weeks at the top of the UKIE Gfk Chart-Track All Formats ...
A new Driver finally makes it to store shelves today – five years after Ubisoft spent $24m buying the brand and its studio. But it’s just the first step in Ubisoft’s ...
GameStop.co.uk is currently offering either the PS3 or Xbox 360 versions of Driver: San Francisco for just £21.97.
Ubisoft has revealed that upcoming release Driver: San Francisco will receive a full digital release on the PlayStation Network.
Ubisoft has altered the way digital rights management works in the PC version of Driver: San Francisco after receiving negative feedback.
French publisher Ubisoft has risked stoking the fires of hate towards its controversial PC DRM strategy by proclaiming it a success.
The PC version of Ubisoft's Driver: San Francisco will require players to have a constant internet connection.
Starting with the release of Driver: San Francisco on September 2nd, Ubisoft is to introduce its own version of EA’s Online Pass.
Yet another publisher has announced plans to introduce and EA Online Pass type system into its future releases.
Ubisoft will make a big push to establish its online gaming credentials at E3 next month, MCV understands.
As well as rebooting the series, Driver: San Francisco will differ from its predecessors in another key way – it's going to be a lot funnier.
Just three weeks ago in this very magazine Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot predicted his firm could eventually topple EA and Activision as the leading third-party publisher.
A fresh blockbuster franchise will join Ubisoft’s roster when Driver returns on September 2nd.
Publisher Ubisoft has announced that Driver: San Francisco will now be released this September.
Nintendo earlier this week said 25-30 games will hit during the 3DS launch window - but MCV can reveal that means around 10 titles will be on shelves from day ...
Ubisoft has announced it will have eight games ready for the launch of the 3DS.
Two of Ubisoft’s biggest titles of 2011 have been delayed.
Ubisoft has delayed Driver: San Francisco until early 2011.
Ubisoft unveiled one of its most varied line-ups to date last night at its E3 press conference, including games based on celebrities, revitalised franchises and ambitious new IP.