Entries in 'pre-owned' (51)
Retail’s hope of integrating the digital games market into its pre-owned model looks less likely than ever.
Gamers may in the future be able to sell their digital Xbox purchases back to Microsoft.
First it was Germany and now France is doing its bit to try and force Valve to allow Steam users to re-sell their digital purchases.
Boxed game sales are falling and the dearth of digital data means the true state of the market remains largely a mystery.
By the end of the month customers will no longer be able to trade-in their old video games at Amazon.
The idea of pre-owned digital games has been flying around for a while, and retailer GameStop still hopes to one day get the idea off the ground.
Despite the rise of digital and various efforts by publishers to battle the popularity of pre-owned games, it looks like the sector isn't going anywhere.
UPDATE: Bethesda has confirmed that no CD key will be required for the console version of the game.
Call of Duty: Ghosts and Grand Theft Auto V were the “most unwanted games” of Christmas this year according to one pre-owned specialist.
Pre-owned games are now available on the shelves of 1,700 of Walmart’s 4,800 US outlets.
Gamers will shortly receive more money for the games they trade in at GameStop.
Kantar Worldpanel consumer insight analyst Jules Williams examines the opportunities and challenges involved in this lucrative market...
Pre-owned game sales grew faster than new titles over Christmas, says data specialist Kantar Worldpanel.
The Xbox One price war rages on as GAME has become the first retailer to break the sub-£300 barrier (pre-owned, at least).
Manchester United, Cardiff or West Brom fans are from this Saturday being invited to hand over their season tickets at GAME.
3,100 Walmart stores will from next week begin offering customers the chance to trade-in their games.
Pre-owned games are currently available for 75 per cent off at HMV stores.
It’s a brave new next-gen world out there, and with it comes a new era in higher-price trade-in prices.
The two biggest video game retail chains are going to war on the High Street.
A German court has ruled in Valve’s favour in a case hoping to force it to permit the sale of pre-owned Steam codes.
Publishers do not like second hand game sales.
The industry’s pre-owned U-turn continues to gather pace.
Sony has admitted that there is a strong argument for claiming that pre-owned games do not detract from the health of games development.
Consumers will be able to sell and trade-in their PS4 games, Sony has once again asserted.
The US arm of retailer GameStop has ramped up the price of hard-to-find Wii title Xenoblade Chronicles.