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The UK’s leading High Street games retailer GAME has this morning announced a significant foray into the digital games market.
Two years on from their high-profile arrival on the American arm of retailer Amazon, digital codes for PSN games have been suddenly yanked from the website.
The thriving free-to-play monetisation model is coming to PlayStation Vita, a Sony executive has said.
Sainsbury's has bought online entertainment company Global Media Vault for £1 million.
PlayStation Vita owners will face a very stark choice when the system arrives in the UK next year – pay a premium price for boxed games or a discounted price ...
GAME insists it has nothing to fear from digital retailers after backing Xbox Live, PSN and streaming service OnLive.
NPD’s Games Industry: Total Consumer Spend report has claimed new, boxed game sales in the US accounted for the minority of the market in Q2 2011.
Every publisher is busy shaping up their digital offering. And Ubisoft is no different. In fact, it has been quietly but confidently prepping a beefed up digital offer, last year ...
We’ve all raised our eyebrows at some of GAME’s digital initiatives, but the retailer has been proved very much correct with sales of digital products up over 40 per cent ...
The first retail title has yet to reach shelves, but the team behind Now! That’s What I Call Music are already preparing digital releases for next year.
EA may be investing heavily in digital businesses, but that doesn’t mean retail will be left out.
2K has the No.1 basketball retail game, but EA wants to be top dog in digital.
Ask an industry exec what retailers can do to survive in today’s increasingly digital marketplace, and they’ll tell you: ‘Retail needs to evolve.’
The freshly announced Xbox 360 and PS3 versions of 2007 PC shooter Crysis will be digital-only releases.
Cloud gaming will prove a positive development for consumers, publishers and developers, THQ CEO Brian Farrell has told an audience at the Cloud Gaming USA conference in San Jose.
As of today every GAME and Gamestation store in the UK has a range of Xbox Live digital titles on their shelves.
Sales of online games are expected to pass physical retail from 2013, an analyst at DFC Intelligence has claimed.
Publishers do not want to share data to make a download chart, says Paul Jackson OBE.
There’s nothing wrong with Microsoft’s decision not to publish downloadable games on Xbox Live if they arrive on rival systems first, a lawyer has claimed.
At their most recent SEC filing, GameStop reported sharply declining sales. This gave many a reason to say that GameStop had finally hit a brick wall because of declining retail ...
The High Street can play a major part in selling digital games, and Microsoft has the proof.
Publisher Konami has admitted that it has to evolve how people pay and play Pro Evolution Soccer.
Ubisoft has revealed that upcoming release Driver: San Francisco will receive a full digital release on the PlayStation Network.