Entries in 'online' (76)
The problems that have beset Battlefield 4 since launch will not be repeated when Battlefield Hardline arrives.
Men who play aggressively online are more likely to have their friend requests accepted than those who are polite and passive, a new report has found.
Steam but without any DRM or online requirements – that’s effectively the pitch for CDProjekt’s new GOG Galaxy client.
Crysis developer Crytek has announced its second title in as many days.
It all started with a mod. Well, actually, that’s not necessarily true.
The early technical struggles of Ubisoft’s Watch Dogs appear to have created a domino effect that is causing trouble on all major gaming networks.
Owners of both Wii and DS will no longer be able to play their titles online from today.
A rather archaic sounding deal between the entertainment industry and ISPs has been struck that will see warning letters sent to those suspected of piracy.
Naming and shaming is normally prohibited on The Elder Scrolls Online’s boards. But rules are made to be broken.
Former Microsoft Studios creative director Adam Orth has spoken of how a tirade of abuse from people on the internet affected his life and lost him his job.
Having been unplayable for a period overnight on Xbox Live, now the PC version of Titanfall is experiencing issues.
Titanfall’s US launch was last night disrupted after a short stint of Xbox Live downtime.
Nintendo’s Wi-Fi Connect services will shortly be shut down.
Online retailer Ebuyer.com is considering opening its first shops on the High Street.
The extreme problems that have dogged Battlefield 4 unavoidably cast a shadow over EA’s upcoming online-only title Titanfall.
And then the industry realised that there’s a ton of money to be made by releasing unfinished games.
UK online retailer ShopTo says it is enjoying its most successful year on record.
The recently released PC version of Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance on Steam appears to crash if a user’s internet connection is lost.
PS3 owners will soon find the online features of some key titles are no longer available.
Sony’s PS4 has commanded a greater share of online web traffic across five leading retail websites in the UK.
The price that consumers are willing to pay for PS4 is shooting up as we get closer to Christmas.
Xbox Live Arcade and PSN title Skullgirls looks likely to be removed from sale in the near future.
New research from Way To Blue has suggested that PS4 put in a stronger social media performance than Xbox One in their respective 72 hour launch periods.
Online retailer Amazon is to start offering Sunday deliveries in the UK for the first time this Christmas.
Sainsbury's is to stop selling physical entertainment products online in favour of an entirely on-demand model.