Tag Archives: GamersGate
Fri, Apr 24, 2009 | 15:20 BST
GamersGate has announced that over 1,000 different titles appear in its online distribution library, including Braid.
“Braid not only challenges traditional game design, it challenges the very fabric of the industry by achieving critical success as a download only title,” said GamersGate CEO Theodore Bergquist.
“Our goal is to enable market access for small development companies in order to foster innovation in the industry, and having Braid as our 1000th title is a symbol of our success.”
Originally part of Paradox Interactive, the service became independent of the publisher by way of budgets, goals and management – yet still maintains close ties.
The site just recently added X3: Gold, Happy Tree Friends False Alarm, Fishdom H2O: Hidden Odyssey, Modern Warrior Special Tactics, and is currently running a 75 percent-off special on Space Siege.
Tue, Jan 20, 2009 | 12:04 GMT
Sega has signed up with digital distributors Gamersgate so it can deliver its games directly to consumers, the company announced yesterday.
First off, you’ll be able to get Football Manager 2009 and Universe at War whilst Condemned: Criminal Origins, Rome: Total War Series and Outrun 2006: Coast to Coast are confirmed but not dated.
Sega also has digital distribution deals with Valve Software’s Steam service and IGN’s Direct 2 Drive.
Thu, May 08, 2008 | 20:25 BST
Gamecock’s announced that it’s to start selling its games digitally with partner GamersGate.
Stronghold Crusader Extreme will be the first title released on the service as part of the deal later this month.
“This is an important partnership for us because GamersGate really delivers to players,” said Gamecock boss Harry Miller. “Working with GamersGate to support independent gaming is awesome. Now fans will have a one stop online shop to get the goods.”
Press release after the link. Thanks, Kotaku.