The numbers are in and August was a huge month for digital downloads. You might think the beleaguered No Man’s Sky was responsible for a lot of that, but actually World of Warcraft also made a big comeback.
Are consoles going to change as digital distribution rises, or can I rely on consoles to always be my BluRay players?
A couple years ago, I was worried about Square Enix, but it seems that they’ve turned things around.
Ubisoft is showing increased profitability thanks to excellent performance from The Division and Far Cry Primal. But there’s something else that gives me pause.
The stats are in and October showed continued growth for digital gaming, but some of the names at the top have shifted.
DLC has been a huge money maker for publishers for years, but now gamers are increasingly going all the way with their digital purchases.
Digital Distribution is taking over, and future consoles won;t use discs? Not so, says industry analyts Michael Pachter.
In an increasingly digital distribution-led world, Gamestop is resolute in its belief in the future of disc based video games.
Uplay has been one of the blights on PC Gaming for years now, but it’s finally getting a little more manageable to work with – by removing the need to see it at all
Future consoles from Microsoft, Nintendo and Sony may eschew physical media in favour of digital distribution. Are you ready to give up on discs?
The European Commission is pushing for a single EU digital market. But could that actually have an impact on everyone else? Yes, yes it could.
As digital sales keep rising, how will it change the way the gaming industry functions?