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The Japanese publisher behind No More Heroes is coming to Europe.
Indie publisher Nicalis has said that WiiWare sales are in decline and have reached the stage of being “almost non-existent”.
Further to the news that Wii U will arrive with an aggressive new digital policy, Nintendo has also confirmed a brand new 3DS strategy.
Nintendo has stated that first party Wii U games will be available to buy digitally on the same day that they are released at retail.
Games will not arrive on Xbox Live on the day they hit retail shelves any time soon, says Microsoft.
Two more Sega Vintage Collection titles are on the way to Xbox Live Arcade, a premature reveal on Xbox.com has revealed.
75 per cent of PC download stores won’t make enough money to justify support from publishers, Gamefly says.
US retail giant GameStop has announced a fresh push into the digital PC space.
The founders of UK developer Splash Damage have launched a new publishing operation named WarChest, that will focus on releasing free, digitally distributed games.
The first ever outing for Doctor Who on the PS3 WILL now get a limited physical release.
Publishers are honing their digital strategy as downloads become more popular. MCV speaks to Ubisoft’s digital VP Chris Early about what the worlds of retail and downloads can learn from each other... ...
A new content streaming device called Nasne is on the way from Sony.
Space-shifting action title Gravity Rush will now be released as both a boxed and digital title in Europe, MCV understands.
Speculation is rife that the next generation of consoles will be focused on download titles, and Ubisoft says it is laying the groundwork now for a new digital strategy to ...
Unshackled from Microsoft, legendary British games developer Peter Molyneux is working on a new game – but it might not see a retail release.
It costs less to buy games from Tesco than it does via Steam.
The loss of 277 GAME stores is not a reason to abandon the High Street.
Specialist retail giant GameStop says the UK has already helped grow its worldwide digital empire.
Buyers of EA’s upcoming SimCity PC game will need a constant internet connection to play it.
The inevitable licensed Euro 2012 title from EA Sports will be a digital-only release, MCV can reveal.
Retail naysayers would have you believe the good ship ‘boxed product’ is sinking, and salvation lies in the new world of digital games.
Digital downloads now represent more than half of all PC games sold in the UK and the US.
UK games industry trade body UKIE wants to cover 100 per cent of the digital market with its charts.
Consumers across UK, Germany and France spent over a billion dollars on non-new physical games in the last three months of 2011.
Ustwo, the makers of hit app Whale Trail, have signed a publishing deal with Penguin division Pearson.