Entries in 'software' (152)
Valve has announced the addition of non-gaming software projects to its community voting portal Steam Greenlight.
Valve has announced the launch of its creative and development focused software, now available on Steam.
The new super-slim PS3 is to be joined at retail by an invigorated PS3 Essentials range.
The established Nintendo narrative amongst European journalists seems to be quite negative at the moment, but the story in Japan could hardly be better.
Valve has added an important weapon to the arsenal supporting its games download service - and it's non-games.
Digital download retailers have called in the lawyers following a shock EU decision that could legitimise second-hand sales in the download space.
Microsoft has slashed a number of “full” Games On Demand titles from $20 to just $5 on Xbox Live.
Nintendo has seemingly confirmed that the Wii U will not block pre-owned software.
Vita’s RRP may remain unchanged, but Sony is hoping to entice new users to the handheld with a fresh round of games price cuts.
Nintendo may not be prepared to talk about the Wii U price yet, but when it arrives later this year it will have a stronger day one offer than the ...
The launch of Prototype 2 helped the boxed market rise slightly over the prior week, with overall unit sales up five per cent to 441,401 games sold.
The market fell below the £10m mark for the first time this year during the week ending April 21st.
Budget software company Cosmi has acquired THQ’s value-centric publishing and distribution division ValuSoft.
Good news for Namco Bandai this morning – the publisher has claimed the lion’s share of Japanese software revenues for the second month in a row.
Kinect Star Wars helped the UK games retail market get back on track last week, which generated over £2m more than it did the prior week.
UK games retail generated £14.1m last week – a dip of 21.2 per cent from the £17.9m made during the week prior.
The steady drop in market value and unit sales continued last week, with UK games retail shifting nine per cent fewer games week-on-week.
The Nintendo 3DS will get its first £19.99 RRP boxed game this summer.
UK retailer GAME will not be selling any of Ubisoft’s PlayStation Vita launch titles.
US retail has, as expected, confirmed that buying a game digitally for the PlayStation Vita will be cheaper than buying a physical version of the same title.
The average RRP of a boxed PlayStation Vita game in the UK on launch day will be £33, MCV can reveal.
The UK games retail market generated £12.1m for the week ending January 21st – a 13.6 per cent decrease over the £14m made the week prior.
Iconic ‘90s FPS Doom has returned to Xbox Live Arcade today after being absent for more than a year.
Doom and Rage developer id Software has laid off some members of staff from its Dallas studio but is looking for more.
The UK games retail market generated £48.6m in the post-Christmas week – a drop of 45 per cent over the week before.