Entries in 'physical' (63)
Digital may be the industry’s biggest market, but consumers still prefer to buy games in a box.
The disc could yet have some life left in it.
The UK games market plunged to its lowest figure all year last month as the number of new releases slowed dramatically.
Activision has said that The Amazing Spider-Man 2 will be released physically on Xbox One in the UK some time in early May.
Koch Media is getting its bovid love on by stepping up to the plat to publish a physical version of Goat Simulator.
It’s cheaper to buy a boxed game with a digital code inside than to just buy the code, says online retailer GamePointsNow.
EA is to stop selling physical PC games through Origin. Yes, EA sold physical PC games through Origin.
This is a brave new world for games retail.
Those looking to download Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes on PS4 have received a nice surprise this morning.
Namco Bandai will continue distributing Codemasters games throughout 2014.
UK games stores should push digital games as much as physical ones, says Sony.
Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes has received a price cut… before it has even been released.
A new report from NPD suggests that only a limited number of US gamers have made the decision to completely abandon physical games.
Sony has revealed that digital has very nearly overtaken physical in the Vita software market.
EA has at last announced EA Sports 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil.
With very exceptions, gamers are used to new titles launching at their highest price point and then gradually decreasing over time.
There could be a time in the future when PlayStation Vita drops physical games altogether.
Sony’s streaming game service PlayStation Now might not necessarily be the warning claxon for retail that some are predicting.
Planetary Annihilation is to receive a physical retail release thanks to a new publishing deal with Nordic Games.
Costume Quest and Stacking are once again the property of creators Double Fine.
Sony will not release Media Molecule’s PS Vita debut Tearaway at retail, it has confirmed.
IHS head of games Piers Harding-Rolls has predicted a dramatic swing to digital during the imminent console generation.
Warner Bros has revealed that three versions of Batman: Arkham Origins will not be released on October 25th as planned in Europe.
Last week was a big week for Xbox One in the UK.
Phil Harrison has said that a digital-only future for the games industry is an inevitability.