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EA’s controversial city-simulator SimCity has passed the 1m unit sales mark.
Owners of SimCity on PC have been told which games they will be able to claim for free as an apology for the strategy game’s rocky launch.
Friday release Gears of War: Judgment will offer an array of XP-boosting in-app-payment options for gamers.
One of the great things about the internet is that it gives everyone a voice. But one of the bad things about the internet is that it gives everyone a ...
A number of big releases will this week enjoy significant discounts on Nintendo’s Wii U eShop digital game store.
A digital-only precursor to the ill-fated Battlefront III is in development at LucasArts, but may not now ever be released.
Activision will for the first time offer in-game purchases in Call of Duty: Black Ops 2.
The UK games industry needs to increase its retail base before the next gen consoles, says Sony.
New NPD data shows that while core gamers are embracing digital distribution, the method hasn’t overtaken purchasing new and used physical copies of titles at retail.
Activision has confirmed the name of its first Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles game.
Brian Provinciano’s indie hit Retro City Rampage has enjoyed more success on PSN than any other digital platform.
PS3 owners are being offered the chance to download the multiplayer part of Naughty Dog’s Uncharted 3 for free.
EA’s digital executive vice president Kristian Segerstrale has left the company.
Xbox Live is making a rare move by taking on High Street pricing in what Microsoft has dubbed the ‘Xbox Ultimate Game Sale’.
Every single PS4 game will be released digitally, while only some will be released on disc.
There is just no stopping GAME.
EA is using social media as its weapon of choice to promote Army of Two: The Devil’s Cartel.
Pussy Flip is no more, having undergone a name change.
A consumer backlash to the freemium business model implemented in Real Racing 3 has forced a change to the game.
There are plenty of industry execs who remain fully committed to retail. Clearly Epic Games founder Tim Sweeny is not one of them.
EA isn’t to blame for the decreased focus on horror in Dead Space 3, the market is.
EA on the fence about pre-owned; Next-gen not backwards compatible; Market will never be 100% digital
Publisher EA has admitted that it would in some ways like to see an end to pre-owned games, but has also admitted that the market could suffer were they to ...
Chris Petrovic, the head of GameStop’s digital ventures division, has resigned from his role at the retailer.
Variety is the spice of life, but there’s precious little to be had at games retail at the moment.
Whenever a big entertainment retailer goes bust, it prompts the same analysis: “They didn’t adapt to the rise of digital”.