Entries in 'Digital' (745)
Capcom has announced a brand new Resident Evil title for PS3 – although it will be digital only.
Traditional gaming giants Konami and Rebellion have signed up as partners for the new Zynga Platform.
MCV has learnt that Microsoft has been telling partners that the Next Xbox will NOT include a disc drive.
EA and BioWare’s sci-fi RPG Mass Effect 3 will be available to download on PSN on March 9th, MCV can confirm.
It has emerged that EA’s PC download service Origin is auto-adding EA titles to gamer’s user lists that were purchased from a rival network.
BioWare fans looking for the complete Mass Effect 3 experience face an alarming outlay.
ABC’s position in the games media industry is under threat.
MCV has been told that Codemasters racer F1 2011 will belatedly arrive on the PlayStation Vita store shortly.
The launch games for the PlayStation Vita cost an average of 17 per cent more to download over PSN than they do to buy on the High Street or online.
In a rare occurrence, download sales figures have been released a Nintendo platform.
Digital retailer Metaboli is an acquisition target for major video game firms.
The first prices for Vita games downloadable from the PlayStation Network have been confirmed by Sony.
Four popular UK’s games journalists have co-founded a new website dedicated to digital games: Hookshot Inc.
NDP data shows that UK consumers buy more video games – both boxed and downloadable – than those in France, Germany in the US.
It may have launched a new digital label, but Rising Star has no plans to ditch boxed product.
Over two thirds of UK games developers are now working on digital games, with only a third left to focus solely on retail games.
Japanese publisher Konami has reported a 77.3 per cent increase in net income to ¥17,046m for the nine months ending December 31st 2011.
Grand Theft Auto III: 10th Anniversary Edition on iOS and Android generated the bulk of $26m in digital revenues for Take-Two in its fiscal Q3.
British publisher System 3 is making waves in Japan – by going digital.
Flight simulators have been around since the early days of computer games, with the first one landing around 30 years ago.
US retail has, as expected, confirmed that buying a game digitally for the PlayStation Vita will be cheaper than buying a physical version of the same title.
Nintendo knows it must take a “bold attempt” in establishing a robust online ecosystem for Wii U, and simplifying DLC shopping is key to that plan, the company’s president has ...
The average RRP of a boxed PlayStation Vita game in the UK on launch day will be £33, MCV can reveal.
Nintendo president Satoru Iwata insists that his company will not publish games unfinished and requiring further purchases to enjoy in full.