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Games retailers say the rescue plan laid out by TV retail expert Mary Portas to revive UK High Streets “doesn’t go far enough”.
A fleet of vans with exterior screens have promoted games to tens of thousands of consumers across UK cities.
There’s no hiding from the fact that 2011 has been a year to forget for retailers.
UK games retailers took a whopping £73.9m last week from game sales alone.
Entertainment giant HMV has posted challenging first half results, and admits it may have to sell its Live music division.
Retail expert and "Queen of Shops" Mary Portas has devised 28 recommendations for the government to rescue struggling High Streets.
Celebrity retail expert Mary Portas – also known as the Queen of Shops – has released her Government-commissioned review into the future of the High Street.
Microsoft has teamed up with GAME to allow fans to play Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary weeks before its November 15th release date.
The mobile game phenomenon Angry Birds will get its own line of retail stores, developer Rovio has announced.
PC giant Blizzard insists it needs traditional retail to help turn its games into global hits.
Electronic Arts has netted 1m UK sales of FIFA in record time.
Ask an industry exec what retailers can do to survive in today’s increasingly digital marketplace, and they’ll tell you: ‘Retail needs to evolve.’
Sega has announced a limited edition Sonic Generations game will come packed with a plethora of Sonic goodies when it arrives later this year.
Around 1.25m consumers have put down pre-orders for EA’s upcoming FPS Battlefield 3, says CFO Eric Brown.
The UK games market must stop slashing prices, or its worth will be eclipsed by other European territories, Konami has warned.
MCV's annual High Street directory provides an overview of every buying team for each key UK video games retailer, as well as up-to-date store counts, company profiles and contact details.
There may be be no word on a release date yet, but games retailers are already excited about PlayStation Vita. Speaking to MCV, online and High Street outlets have praised ...
Retail is in a pretty miserable state at the moment.
Putting aside the ‘challenging’ market for games, and looking at the broader High Street landscape is heart-wrenching.
The number of specialist games retailers is in free fall as the crisis on the High Street deepens.
Everyone thought Play.com or Amazon would do it first.
OnLive hopes to be selling its game system in UK stores when the service is launched this autumn – and insists the High Street shouldn’t see cloud gaming as “evil ...
Everyone’s talking about Steam, the App Store and Xbox Live, but one European publishing boss is convinced that physical retail will ‘win the war for digital’.
For all the headlines in recent years about digital destroying traditional retail, the recent PSN crisis sees us return to reality.
March saw the worst decline in sales since 1996 across the High Street.