Entries in 'physical' (76)
Critically-acclaimed indie hit Fez is coming to physical retail for the first time – three years after its launch.
Codemaster’s Early Access racing title Dirt Rally may be set for a physical release early next month.
Take-Two CEO Strauss Zelnick says the publisher will continue to launch multiple triple-A boxed games a year, despite the rapid growth of its digital business.
Square Enix has announced a 2016 retail release for former digital-exclusive Life Is Strange.
Sales of brand new PS3 and Xbox 360 games have dropped year-on-year as the latest generation of consoles see a greater number of exclusive releases.
It's been a busy 12 months for GAME, following the High Street retailer's acquisition of eSports specialist Multiplay, hectic Black Friday last year and return to the PC space.
“Publishing policies” have been blamed for the decision to scrap the release of indie platformer Shovel Knight on Xbox One.
Retail can continue to happily sell disc-based physical video games for at least another 20 years, according to one leading analyst.
Digital is here, and digital is growing, but there is no scenario where disc-based video games will disappear from the market, according to GameStop.
The largest American High Street games retailer will now only sell console bundles that include physical copies of games.
Telltale has dated both the physical and retail releases of Minecraft: Story Mode.
A patent application filed by Nintendo in February could point to some of the fundamental design decisions that will shape the NX.
The ensuing popularity of boxed video games has helped to slow the retraction of the UK’s physical goods market.
Anyone who doubts the transition from physical to digital need only look to EA’s most recent financials for evidence.
Batman isn’t just the world’s greatest detective and an all-around crime-fighting hero – he’s also a savvy marketing tool.
Shenmue 3 may not be released at retail, Ys Net has said.
A new report has seemingly confirmed a long-running assumption of the industry – boxed games are on the way out.
Another one of this year’s big PC games releases will not be available physically, it has emerged.
Grand Theft Auto V’s jump from last-gen to next-gen appears to have brought with it a shift in the buying habits of UK gamers.
Following its digital release on PC in February, Gearbox’s Homeworld Remastered is getting a physical release next month.
Leading UK retailers insist there remains a demand for PC games on the High Street.
Batman: Arkham Knight will be a digital-only release on PC, retailer ShopTo has said.
Bethesda has chosen not to release the digital and physical versions of Wolfenstein: The Old Blood at the same time.
The boxed version of Dying Light will arrive a month later than the game’s digital release.
Physical copies of Warner Bros’ zombie title Dying Light won’t be available next week as planned.