Entries in 'Digital' (268)
Only 64 per cent of the movie and TV market in the US last year was spent on physical DVDs and Blu-rays.
With very exceptions, gamers are used to new titles launching at their highest price point and then gradually decreasing over time.
An error or a wonderfully generous sale? Either way, a host of top Nintendo IP can be had for pennies on the Nintendo Store right now.
DayZ isn’t the only alpha sandbox game currently selling in a very high numbers of Steam.
PS4 owners who are subscribed to PS+ will next month be handed a free copy of indie survival horror hit Outlast.
There could be a time in the future when PlayStation Vita drops physical games altogether.
Glu Mobile has released a RoboCop game on iOS that ties in to next month’s movie return for the Detroit law enforcer.
A new Far Cry compilation has been announced by Ubisoft for release in the UK on Valentines Day.
Sony’s streaming game service PlayStation Now might not necessarily be the warning claxon for retail that some are predicting.
The developers behind digital smash-hit DayZ have warned that the game is unlikely to exit its Alpha phase before the end of the year.
Apple has revealed that over $10bn was spent on its App Store throughout 2013.
The phenomenal success of the standalone alpha release of DayZ is showing no sign of letting up.
With a second movie on the way later this year, How To Train Your Dragon is the star of a new iOS and Facebook game.
Having set the internet alight late last year by giving the games away for free, Good Old Games has seen the Fallout series removed from its store.
A disc-less Xbox One was at one stage very much a possibility.
Capcom has confirmed that it is pulling two of its digital fighting games from PlayStation network and Xbox Live.
Planetary Annihilation is to receive a physical retail release thanks to a new publishing deal with Nordic Games.
Crysis developer CryTek has announced a CryEngine-powered mobile game called The Collectables.
Rovio’s kart racing iOS title Angry Birds Go is now available in the UK.
Microsoft has upped the price of its first party digital games for Xbox One.
Rockstar has promised some non-Online DLC for its epic Grand Theft Auto V next year.
Xbox Live Arcade and PSN title Skullgirls looks likely to be removed from sale in the near future.
The PS3 and Vita versions of FIFA 14 can currently be had for half price on PSN.
Remember PlayStation Mobile? Sony suddenly seems to have, and has announced a brand new games offer for the platform.
Sony has said that further alterations will be made to PS4 digital game pricing before the console’s official UK launch on Friday (November 29th).