Entries in 'HMV' (335)
Publishers rejoice! HMV says it will give new games a chance to sell before introducing pre-owned copies.
Entertainment retailer HMV is to allow customers to order items online for pickup in their local store.
What an age we live in when retailer bosses admit that their chains are on the road to extinction.
HMV sales fell 12.1 per cent for the last financial year, with the retailer posting a loss of £16.2m.
Former senior category manager for GAME Andy Pinder is to join HMV as its games category manager next month.
Outgoing HMV boss Simon Fox says there's finally some momentum behind the entertainment retail giant.
Former Jessops boss Trevor Moore will replace Simon Fox as the CEO of HMV.
Entertainment giant HMV has been named the top dog at this year’s GamesMaster Golden Joystick Awards.
With a 90 per cent bigger screen, more grown-up design and refined controls, 3DS XL is an attractive new device. But who has the best deal?
Entertainment retailer HMV is to stock a limited edition iPhone cover in support of the Teenage Cancer Trust.
DISCLAIMER: HMV hasn’t revealed a new twin-stick 3DS XL.
Investors in retailer HMV have voted almost unanimously to sell off the Hammersmith Apollo.
The man in charge of online marketing at PlayStation Europe has been named Green Man Gaming's new marketing director.
A battle is being fought on the High Street.
A charity 5-A-Side football event held by HMV and sponsored by Microsoft has raised £19k for Teenage Cancer Trust.
Blizzard’s RPG Diablo III finally hit shelves last night and MCV was at the UK launch event to bring you over 50 images.
The Diablo III launch event at HMV Oxford Street was the retailer’s biggest to date, says games boss Ewan Pinder.
Diablo III hit shelves at midnight at more than 8,000 stores across the world, including HMV’s Oxford Street branch.
Blizzard's long-awaited RPG doesn't even go on sale for another 16 hours but fans have been queuing for three days now.
Just weeks after telling MCV it will cut the store space dedicated to games, HMV has changed its mind.
Consumer research firm Kantar Worldpanel has said that HMV and Asda are “best-placed” to gain from this year’s spate of GAME and Gamestation closures.
Sales at entertainment retailer HMV fell 19.4 per cent year-on-year for the 52 week ending April 28th.
Renowned pre-owned games guru Martin Baxter has joined Green Man Gaming as head of trading.
Kid Icarus: Uprising is to come under the spotlight once again as Nintendo kicks off a fresh round of retail promotions for the title.
HMV’s games category manager Martin Baxter is to leave the retailer, MCV can reveal.