The Appetizer GameStop has expressed its interest and willingness to invest into the digital distribution spectrum instead of ignoring it, and thanks to this stance, the videogame retail chain is looking to generate close to a quarter of a billion dollars by the end of 2010 in digital related sales alone.Â
The Appetizer Sony is launching a new cloud-based service titled Music Unlimited for a wide range of Sony devices, but initially starting with Playstation 3 consoles.Â TheÂ service will allow for users to stream millions of songs to their selected device for a monthly fee.
The Appetizer Bioware, one of the most successful and respected game development companies in the world has been known for its great storytelling and understanding of technology trends.Â So it was rather newsworthy when the founder of Bioware, Greg Zeschuk, stated that, “the future isn’t necessarily on consoleâ€¦ That’s the past.”Â
The Appetizer Sony patented a concept this year which enables users to play “degradable” versions of videogame demos.Â In essence, the game demo would, after a certain point (ie- number of plays or hours playing) start to “downgrade” itself until it did not work anymore.
The Appetizer When Sony Playstation, in an effort to help cut cost for their once overly expensive system, announced the elimination of backwards compatibility to the PS3 (the ability to play videogames from earlier videogame systems by the same company– in their case Playstation 2 DVD games in the Playstation 3 system), a feature that […]