Entries in 'boxed' (19)
The ensuing popularity of boxed video games has helped to slow the retraction of the UK’s physical goods market.
Batman isn’t just the world’s greatest detective and an all-around crime-fighting hero – he’s also a savvy marketing tool.
A new report has seemingly confirmed a long-running assumption of the industry – boxed games are on the way out.
Xbox One fighting outing Killer Instinct is making the switch from digital to retail.
The first standalone DLC for inFamous: Second Son will be released as a boxed product as well as a download, Sony has confirmed.
Nintendo is granting its previously digital-only NES Remix titles a boxed physical release.
Freedom Wars had been scheduled for a digital-only release on Vita in Europe, but Sony has changed its mind.
A boxed Collector’s Edition of indie hit The Banner Saga will be coming to UK retail on July 25th.
Publishing label Sold Out has told indies they shouldn’t ignore the opportunities that remain available in the traditional boxed market.
Kickstarted strategy title Planetary Annihilation is now available to buy at GAME – despite the fact it’s still in development.
The disc could yet have some life left in it.
Sega has reported a 102 per cent increase in operating income to ¥38.53bn for the year ending March 31st.
The UK games market plunged to its lowest figure all year last month as the number of new releases slowed dramatically.
GAME is currently going big on promoting an exclusive Destiny item available only to those who pre-order the Bungie title from the retailer.
Koch Media is getting its bovid love on by stepping up to the plat to publish a physical version of Goat Simulator.
IHS head of games Piers Harding-Rolls has predicted a dramatic swing to digital during the imminent console generation.
Nintendo says it will focus on digital releases for its new IP given the platform’s flexibility.
Iconic PC franchise could abandon boxed releases to focus on free-to-play.
Soccer life simulator Lords of Football will come to retail, says the game's developer Geniaware.