Entries in 'prices' (72)
Core music fans aren’t being left behind as MTV Games has priced its Rock Band 3 products for the UK.
Sony, HMV and THQ have hit back at the retailers calling for lower-priced video games.
An MD of a major global publisher has told MCV of his dismay Sainsbury’s call for publisher’s to lower the price of games to better fit the discount expectations of ...
The price of games is falling, says ELSPA/GfK Chart-Track.
Following its official launch in the US last week, the first concrete details about OnLive’s pricing model are now available.
Games for Microsoft’s Kinect will cost significantly less than current Xbox 360 games at retail, reports suggest.
EA and MTV Games’ music sequel Rock Band 3 will get a range of new Mad Catz peripherals to accompany the game’s release this Q4 – with the option of ...
Foxconn has indicated that the cost of increased wages for its suicidal employees must be shared by its international customers, including Dell, Apple and HP.
The industry must work together to address falling software sales by changing the way games are priced and sold.
A routine Bank Holiday sale or an effort to encourage struggling hardware sales – call it what you want, but PSPgo owners old and new will be greeted with some ...
From tomorrow a number of PlayStation Minis titles will go on sale for two weeks, with savings of between 50p and £1.50. The cuts come as part of what Sony ...
Xbox 360 platform holder Microsoft has cut the price of a number of titles on its Xbox Live Games-On-Demand service in several territories – but not, it seems, in the ...
The digital revolution has begun! From today, PSP owners are able to download a total of 20 titles direct to their machines that either have previously been or are currently ...
Argos’ games offering has felt the effect of the retailer being forced to increase its prices.
Rising prices for new releases won’t harm customer demand, leading online, indie and chain retailers have told MCV.
Consumers will pay more than expected for new game releases this Q4, as the weak pound and record development costs force publishers to increase trade prices.
Sony has become the second platform holder to voice its doubts about the ambitious proposals outlined by streaming games service OnLive.
Microsoft has launched its latest attack on Apple's Mac vs PC marketing campaign, lambasting its rival's pricing, which it alleges is far more expensive than PCs.