Entries in 'digital distribution' (39)
Valve has announced the beta launch of its Steam Trading Cards program, allowing users of the digital PC games service to earn and use game-specific virtual cards to gain discounts ...
Ubisoft hopes to add titles from other publishers to its newly-launched UPlay app in future.
Key titles from Ubisoft’s back catalogue are on sale for £1 to promote its new digital distribution hub.
Valve has added an important weapon to the arsenal supporting its games download service - and it's non-games.
Electronic Arts has brought several new third party partners onboard for its digital distribution service, Origin.
South Park and Fallout New Vegas developer Obsidian has made its feelings on pre-owned games pretty damn clear.
The creator of the Impulse digital distribution service, Stardock, is releasing its titles on Steam.
Electronic Arts has added another company to the list of rival publishers selling its games through EA's Origin download service.
Electronic Arts will soon start selling games made by its competitors.
Good Old Games has spoken against DRM, saying that some of the anti-piracy measures in use treat consumers like criminals.
Research firm DFC Intelligence estimates that the European market for digital game content is expected to grow to €3.3 billion in the next five years.
Boxed product is far from dead – it’s the key to driving sales among the mass market.
A bold new publisher owned by developers is to be run by Andy Payne.
Microsoft has announced that Alan Wake will be available as a Games on Demand title in two weeks.
The follow-up to System 3’s Ferrari Challenge has launched on PSN today.
System 3 has announced it will be releasing a new version of Putty Squad this autumn.
System 3 will launch its new digital games strategy with what it says is the first triple-A PSN-only release this September.
Atari has released results for the first quarter of its 2010/2011 fiscal year - and despite a 65% drop in revenues, the firm's online takings have jumped.
The 3DS will mark the start of a new era for Nintendo’s digital distribution strategy, according to company president Satoru Iwata.
The digital distribution offering for the 3DS will be different to that seen with the likes of DS or Wii, Nintendo president Saturo Iwata has stated.
Fable III will be coming to Windows – not only through retail but also via digital distribution.
Mindscape has announced its first internally-developed digital distribution title in the form of online vehicle battler Crasher.
While the publisher is experiencing a difficult time with its boxed products - EA's digital operation continues to flourish.
Sony has announced that Buzz! Quiz World will be available to PSP owners on December 17th.
Steam is estimated to control around 70 per cent of the overall game downloads space.