Entries in 'high street' (71)
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.
UK High Street retail sales stumbled 0.4 per cent in February in terms of value, the British Retail Consortium has announced.
SCEE President Andrew House wants to sell PSN games on the High Street.
The market boom that enveloped the video games market in 2008 will never again be recaptured, analyst Screen Digest has warned.
The blockbuster arrival of the latest Halo put the UK games market back on track.
Specialists may have driven the Halo: Reach launch excitement, but new research shows they are still losing ground to supermarkets.
For years, MCV has asked: Just when will global games giant GameStop finally, properly expand its chain into the UK?
HMV has this morning reported a rise in sales for the 26 weeks up to October 24th, 2009, with reduced losses and larger market share.
Entertainment chain HMV is projecting fiscal year profits will meet high-end market expectations, as annual and quarterly sales saw encouraging gains.