Entries in 'premium' (20)
YouTube has launched its new premium offering, YouTube Red.
A new Wii U SKU will include two of the platform’s most popular multiplayer games.
Such has been the backlash to Steam’s introduction of paid-for mods that Valve founder Gabe Newell has taken to Reddit to address one of the move’s most critical communities.
Activison has announced that a new range of premium Skylanders toys will be coming to the UK later this year.
An official walkthrough trailer for The Sims 4 has apparently leaked one of EA’s monetising initiatives for the title.
The CEO of Trion Worlds has said that more titles should considering adopting a free-to-pay model, as paying upfront for games becomes harder to justify.
Street Fighter V won't offer pay-to-win DLC, despite claims from one Capcom exec that it will.
A free-to-play version of PopCap puzzler Peggle has arrived on the iOS App Store – at the expense of the existing paid version.
Microsoft may have bowed to market pressures and cut Kinect from Xbox One, but it hasn’t given up its Kinect charm offensive.
Mojang's private-server service Minecraft Realms is now available in North America, the studio announced earlier today.
Those who have purchased to £100 Elite: Dangerous Premium Beta can get stuck in from today.
Upcoming Xbox and PC shooter Titanfall will employ the Season Pass DLC model.
Free games are not a threat to triple-A console releases.
Some Xbox One owners have claimed they have been successfully refunded for their Battlefield 4 Premium membership.
A new subscription service has been unveiled by e-sports brand Virgin Gaming.
The Wii U’s full retail price of between £250 and £300 is not the reason for its market struggles.
The fastest man in the world is now available as a premium purchase in one of smartphone’s biggest games.
Platform holders should listen very carefully to consumers as they lay the foundations for their next-gen machines, the CEO of Take-Two has warned.
Free-to-play Xbox One fighter Killer Instinct won’t have an expansive character roster. And rightly so, argues Microsoft.
Paid DLC in a game integrated into Nintendo hardware? Wow, this really must be the future.