Entries in 'physical' (45)
275,000 physical games were sold in the UK last week. Xbox Live title State of Decay sold 250,000 units in two days in the same week.
Capcom has confirmed that Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Dual Destinies will not be released physically in Europe or North America.
Or DVDs, as they are otherwise known.
Six out of ten publishers have admitted that they either rarely release or never release their games in boxed physical form.
EA’s controversial city-simulator SimCity has passed the 1m unit sales mark.
The total value of the US video games market declined nine per cent in 2012.
EA has reported a decline in revenues for FY13 Q3 with a surge in digital sales unable to offset a decline in physical games sales.
RPG hit Persona 4 Golden will be released digitally BEFORE it goes on sale at retail.
2013 will be the first full year for the new Sega: a big publisher that focuses on digital first, complemented by select boxed brands.
The ERA has said that the UK video games market declined 17.4 per cent to £1.598bn in 2012.
Think this year’s Xmas No.1 in games will be Call of Duty or FIFA? It is more likely to be Angry Birds or Minecraft.
International games retail giant GameStop has reported a decline in physical sales but a boost in digital for the quarter ending October 27th.
Q4 has got off to a rough start for UK?games retail, with fewer games sold in October than September.
Ubisoft has confirmed that it is to release another of its digital titles on the High Street.
Sony’s Call of Duty: Black Ops Declassified Vita hardware bundle will not include a physical copy of the game.
A seven-inch Google tablet with Vita-like physical controls that costs less than a Nexus 7?
Electronic Arts may be spearheading the digital revolution, but discs aren't dead yet, says COO Peter Moore.
The sale of digital product could account for the majority of EA’s revenue within 24 to 26 months.
Retailer Amazon has reported that UK consumers are for the first time purchasing more digital books than they are physical copies.
Nintendo has detailed the three ways in which consumers will be able to purchases digital games for the 3DS.
Having won new deals to handle Sega and THQ games in Europe, Koch Media boss Klemens Kundratitz says a paradigm shift lies ahead for publishers on the continent.
In the second of a series of features answering the biggest questions about the industry's future, James Batchelor investigates how much life is left in physical products.
CCP Games is looking at more ways to sell real-life products to players in exchange for in-game money.
Space-shifting action title Gravity Rush will now be released as both a boxed and digital title in Europe, MCV understands.
MCV has learnt that Microsoft has been telling partners that the Next Xbox will NOT include a disc drive.