Entries in 'christmas' (35)
If you want to know how to maximise your opportunity at retail this Q4, MCV’s 12 Games of Christmas has the answer.
2015’s Q4 looks to be one of the biggest in years for retailers, as a packed release schedule drives up sales.
Kantar Worldpanel data has revealed the extent of Amazon’s dominance of the UK Christmas entertainment market.
Like-for-like sales in December grew 4.4 per cent at retailer GameStop, although total numbers for the nine weeks ending January 3rd were down year-on-year.
With the final hours and minutes having trudged by like an asthmatic slug slowly forcing its way through a large treacle spillage, the time has come for MCV to say ...
With the holiday season just around the corner, MCV looks at the best stocking-sized gifts to make gamers’ Christmas wishes come true
A survey of GameStop PowerUp Rewards members in the US has found that Grand Theft Auto V features on more Christmas lists this year than any other game.
The UK games industry is spending a huge £107m on marketing this Q4.
Merchandise firm Numskull is bringing a touch of retro to this year's festive season, with a new range of gaming-themed jumpers.
‘It’s GAME Season’ – that’s the marketing line for this year’s Christmas marketing drive from retailer GAME.
Develop and MCV will be joining forces to host the ultimate pub quiz this Christmas – and the whole UK games industry is invited.
MCV takes a look at some of the accessories and peripherals making their way to retail this Q4
Christmas is three months away, and retailers need to be prepared for the influx of consumers looking for accessories and peripherals.
Catalogue retailer Argos posted its best Christmas results in a decade with the help of video games.
OC&C Strategy Consultants’ Christmas 2013 league table has named GAME and the UK’s big High Street winner.
Like-for-like sales at the UK’s leading video games retailer GAME grew 90 per cent year-on-year for the six weeks ending January 4th.
GameStop has reported like-for-like sales growth of 10.2 per cent for the nine weeks ending January 4th.
The biggest game of Christmas was released on just one platform, had no marketing and it isn’t even finished yet.
It was certainly a Merry Christmas for Nintendo in Japan.
The FIFA 14 comeback is complete, as EA's football title is Christmas and New Year No.1.
Rockstar’s phenomenally successful Grand Theft Auto V has been named as the game parents would least like their kids to receive this Christmas.
The UK games industry is making a bid for Christmas No.1
Play.com owner Rakuten has claimed that Nintendo’s Wii U has seen a 75 per cent sales spike in October.
The UK family games site has launched a new tool to help parents find the games most suitable for their children.
The PS3 and Vita versions of FIFA 14 can currently be had for half price on PSN.