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It’s a brave new next-gen world out there, and with it comes a new era in higher-price trade-in prices.
A now deleted tweet from retailer GAME has quite possibly confirmed the release date for Watch Dogs.
UK games stores should push digital games as much as physical ones, says Sony.
Electronic giant Dixons hopes to become a major player in smartphones via a proposed merger with Carphone Warehouse.
Electronics and games retailer RadioShack has announced significant US store closures.
UPDATE 3: Since posting this story, Blockbuster owner Dish Network has denied it has licensed the Blockbuster name to Crash.
A leading retail analyst has hailed the European Court’s decision to force GAME to pay £3m in unpaid rents.
A £399 Xbox One bundle can help Microsoft turn around its disappointing start to 2014, say High Street experts.
GameStop is offering a significant discount on the new Xbox One Titanfall bundle.
Retailer GAME has lost its landmark legal battle against a consortium of landlords.
Dixons Retail and Carphone Warehouse have confirmed they are in preliminary discussions over a possible merger.
Xbox One can now be had for £30 below its official RRP in the UK.
The cost of Amazon Prime membership is getting a significant increase.
The Nintendo Pokemon X and Pokemon Y Battle Tournament 2014 has been officially announced.
PS4 will remain in short supply until around April, predicts Sony.
Jakks Pacific has partnered with Nintendo to launch the first ever Nintendo licensed Mario Kart ride-on.
Microsoft is currently offering a host of significant discounts to digital Xbox 360 games.
GAME and Sony have teamed up to offer 100 exclusive store lock-ins with upcoming release Thief.
The price of one of Xbox One’s leading exclusives is being significantly cut on Xbox Live.
From the battle between GAME and CEX, to Evolve-maker Turtle Rock going it along without Valve, we've got it all covered in the latest MCV.
UK games retailers enjoyed a bumper January, despite a severe lack of new games.
First there was the Christmas Tinner. Now GAME is selling pants.
A listing for an Xbox One Media Remote has now cropped up in the UK.
The two biggest video game retail chains are going to war on the High Street.
Listings for phones and tablets carrying the now-deleted Flappy Bird have been pulled from auction site eBay.