Entries in 'Digital' (311)
Digital may be the industry’s biggest market, but consumers still prefer to buy games in a box.
Ubisoft's turn-based RPG Child of Light is to land on Vita in July.
The disc could yet have some life left in it.
A free Pokemon game called The Band of Thieves & 1000 Pokemon is on the way to 3DS.
Sega has reported a 102 per cent increase in operating income to ¥38.53bn for the year ending March 31st.
Angry Birds creator Rovio has launched a new publishing arm designed to bring more experimental titles to the smartphone games market.
Towns, which was Greenlit on Steam over a year and a half ago, has been cut adrift by its developers.
Activision has reported a slight decline in year-on-year net revenue for the quarter ending March 31st.
Western mobile game devs are being offered a new route into the lucrative Asian digital games market.
Argos will extend its digital store concept trial to open a further 25 stores by March 2015, in which the traditional shopping catalogues are replaced by tablets.
Naming and shaming is normally prohibited on The Elder Scrolls Online’s boards. But rules are made to be broken.
GAME is currently going big on promoting an exclusive Destiny item available only to those who pre-order the Bungie title from the retailer.
Digital games spending in the US saw a significant year-on-year increase last month, analyst firm Superdata has announced.
It’s cheaper to buy a boxed game with a digital code inside than to just buy the code, says online retailer GamePointsNow.
Ubisoft’s Trials Frontier has broken mobile records for the publisher.
Sony has revealed more details of its next firmware update for PS4.
A new insight into the digital lives of Steam users has revealed a host of fascinating data, not least of which is the number of games left untouched by owners.
EA will not be releasing the Xbox 360 version of Titanfall as a Games on Demand download.
Another week, another new direction for Atari.
It has been out for less than a day and already Amazon’s FireTV has a game library over 100 strong.
We’re accustomed to free digital copies coming bundled with DVDs and Blu-ray, but now Sky is to approach things from the other direction.
EA is to stop selling physical PC games through Origin. Yes, EA sold physical PC games through Origin.
Digital distributor 7 Entertainment has been found to be reselling PC keys obtained from Humble Bundle.
The grand digital vision for Xbox One has not been forgotten.
Microsoft’s new policy of competing with the High Street is continuing with some new Xbox One deals on Xbox Live.