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Retailer HMV will once again begin honouring gift cards as of tomorrow (January 22nd).
Retailer Blockbuster has announced that it will continue to honour gift cards and store credit despite slipping into administration this afternoon.
It was the one question we were asked more than any other last night – will customers be able to spend their gift vouchers and store credit in HMV today?
Things don’t look to be improving for struggling publisher THQ, with more financial bad news appearing this morning.
GAME’s Spring Clean sale has certainly proved popular with customers. But has it helped or hindered GAME’s current plight?
Fewer gamers are using credit cards. NewZoo says that in 2010, 26 per cent of consumers reported making payment for games using credit cards, but that fell to 20 per ...
Rumours that this week’s big releases will not be available in GAME are untrue, MCV can confirm.
Nintendo has confirmed the inclusion of Near Field Communication in the Wii U controller.
Credit ratings agency Standard & Poor's has downgraded Sony’s credit rating to A-, citing concerns over long-term corporate credit and senior unsecured debt ratings.
Publisher THQ has agreed terms on a four-year deal with credit agency Wells Fargo Capital Finance.
Games developer Sony Online Entertainment has confirmed it was attacked by hackers as part of last month's PSN hack and that user data has possibly been compromised.
Facebook’s push into the games sector has gone physical today as game retailer GAME and supermarket Tesco both introduce Facebook Credit gift cards in store.
Treyarch, which has for a long time been seen as the underdog to Call of Duty series’ creator Infinity Ward, does not get the credit it deserves for the role ...
The British economy contracted by 0.8 per cent in the last quarter – more than double the figure predicted by analysts.
Aside from the headlines troubles caused by the wallet-tightening credit crunch, a darker side of the economic crisis is currently blighting UK retail with news that both theft and fraud ...
Non-food retailers have experienced their worst month since July 1992, after sales fell by three per cent on 2008.
David Gosen, the current vice president of marketing for EMEA Xbox and former head of Nintendo Europe, has admitted that he believes the games industry doesn’t get the recognition or ...
Casual games firm TiltFactor has released a new casual title based on the current economic crisis and, more specifically, the worrying level of unemployment sweeping to the global workplace.