Entries in 'Digital' (88)
Sony has announced an increase to the subscription prices for PlayStation Plus in both North America and Canada.
Hello Games’ No Man’s Sky is doing the business on PC, too.
Take-Two has said that Rockstar is currently the top publisher of digital PS2 classics on the PS4 store.
Retail’s hope of integrating the digital games market into its pre-owned model looks less likely than ever.
A new survey has fortified the perception of a growing saturation of games on Steam.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has ruled that Valve’s Steam service breached Australian consumer law.
Gamers may in the future be able to sell their digital Xbox purchases back to Microsoft.
One of the features lost in Microsoft’s big Xbox One u-turn in 2013 could yet be revisited.
The physical version of Square Enix’s new Hitman won’t be released until next year.
Nintendo has confirmed the long-awaited arrival of SNES games on the 3DS Virtual Console.
It appears that the PC release of Rise of the Tomb Raider had a strong debut.
Bethesda has offered another glimpse into the secretive world of digital console game sales.
The smartphone sector is king, consuming all other formats in its wake, right? Apparently not. Actually, the good ol' PC still rules the roost.
Valve’s alteration of how it conducts its Steam Winter Sale appears to have paid off.
First it was Germany and now France is doing its bit to try and force Valve to allow Steam users to re-sell their digital purchases.
The end for the PSP is nigh.
EA hasn’t announced any sales numbers for Star Wars Battlefront, but it has said the game has claimed a new record.
Retailer Green Man Gaming has questioned the motivations of a Reddit games deals thread after it made a string of what it believes are unfounded accusations.
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.
Retailer Amazon has said that developers who have signed up to its Amazon Underground ecosystem are enjoying a surge in revenues.
Take Two has joined the ever-growing list of publishers profiting from players’ increased hunger for digital content.
Their announcement may have been greeted with criticism, but players seem to be voting with their wallets and backing the content.
Valve has rolled out a new developer-run storefront on Steam that lets developers sell in-game items.
Online retailer ShopTo is now selling PS4 download codes.
The narrative goes that boxed games retail is dying as the digital market thrives.