Entries in 'Digital' (106)
The biggest games company in the world is to take on digital PC games giant Steam.
Xbox One and Windows 10 gamers may soon get the option to refund digital purchases.
SuperData Research Worldwide Digital Games Revenue Report for February has shown a global year-on-year increase of four per cent for the sector.
The once popular DRM-free PC games store DotEmu has announced plans to close later this year.
Twitch has announced it will start selling games and in-game content directly through its streaming platform starting this spring. Both developers and Partnered Twitch streamers will be able to get ...
Platform holder Nintendo may have improved upon certain aspects of its online infrastructure for Switch, but one crucial limitation will remain in place.
Nintendo Switch owners who intend to buy their games digitally will most definitely want to invest in some additional storage.
Potential Final Fantasy 15 PC release could feature exclusive mods and user-generated quests, says Tabata
Hajime Tabata has once again expressed great interest in potentially bringing Final Fantasy XV to PC. Speaking to Famitsu (as translated by Gematsu), Tabata said he was keen to ...
The ever-decreasing cost of Xbox One consoles has caused Microsoft's gaming revenue to fall by 3 per cent year-on-year, the company revealed in its Fiscal Q2 2017 report.
Ubisoft has announced that a free trial for Watch Dogs 2 is now available to download for PS4 owners, with an Xbox One version coming on January 24th.
There is some conflicting data floating around regarding the early success of Super Mario Run.
Controversial online retailer G2A has claimed that its G2A Direct developer revenue sharing service is off to a strong start.
EA and Respawn’s Titanfall 2 has not fared any better digitally than it has on the High Street.
That’s right – on the biggest digital PC games store front in the world, over a third of its total catalogue was only released on the service in 2016.
It seems that less game content is going to be locked away behind Ubisoft’s DLC paywalls in the future.
The Caped Crusader has emerged as the most popular of the PlayStation VR’s launch line-up on PSN.
After that anger that greeted its recent changes, Valve has further tweaked Steam’s user review system.
UK supermarket Sainsbury’s has called time on its Entertainment on Demand streaming and digital retail service.
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.