Entries in 'Digital' (225)
NIS America is easily one of the biggest names in niche gaming.
The president of GameStop has warned the games industry that it risks repeating the mistake of the music and film sectors by devaluing its main commodity.
EA says that on average FIFA 15 is attracting 50 per cent more players online than the numbers achieved by predecessor FIFA 14.
Look, we don’t know if it’s an MMO or a MOBA, so don’t shout at us.
Digital Wii U and 3DS games can now be purchased on the Nintendo web store.
Having already announced plans to publish a new video games mag, DC Thomson also wants a piece of the games market.
GAME has been revealed as the exclusive High Street supplier of the digital version of Minecraft: Xbox One Edition.
Asia is another major territory selling cheap PC codes to games retailers in Europe, an MCV investigation can reveal.
The current physical issue of GAMER magazine will be the last.
PS4 owners are now able to download Minecraft.
Downloading games actually has a larger environmental impact than buying them physically, a new report has claimed.
Retro console manufacturer AtGames has acquired GameFly’s digital distribution service.
Digital downloads represent a whopping 92 per cent of all PC game sales across the world.
Microsoft has begun rolling out digital download offers for Xbox content at US and UK shops, including codes for add-ons and full games.
As teased in June, publisher Square Enix and developer Dontnod have a new title in production – Life Is Strange.
Activision Blizzard has posted financial results for its recently concluded quarter, revealing digital sales as the publisher’s current torchbearer.
Consumer retail analyst at Kantar Worldpanel Jules Williams reviews the growth of digital gaming, who’s buying into it and the direction of the digital pound...
Crowdfunded Steam Early Access god game Maia has made more than $1m for indie developer Simon Roth.
Xbox One owners will soon be able to access an EA subscription service.
EA’s Q3 financials have revealed the extent to which the smartphone market has shifted from full price to freemium and microtransaction titles.
Freedom Wars had been scheduled for a digital-only release on Vita in Europe, but Sony has changed its mind.
Xbox One Kinect title Dance Central Spotlight has been dated and priced by Microsoft.
Ustwo's optical illusion puzzler Monument Valley has passed the one million downloads mark.
GameStop has claimed that over 70 per cent of the Season passes Ubisoft sells for its games are sold on the High Street.
Xbox One owners will soon be able to pre-order titles via the Xbox Live marketplace.