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Digital retailer Humble Bundle has been forced to let 12 of its staff members go, after the firm’s CEO admitted it had attempted to grow too quickly.
Pro Evolution Soccer 2016’s Japanese launch has highlighted the huge number of gamers still playing on older consoles.
League of Legends developer Riot appears to be going to war with online key seller G2A.com.
A new Wii U SKU will include two of the platform’s most popular multiplayer games.
Charity retailer Humble Bundle is now offering monthly games bundles to those who sign up for a subscription.
A new set of consumer rights laws comes into effect today that give buyers the right to a full refund on any faulty digital purchase for 30 days.
Retail can continue to happily sell disc-based physical video games for at least another 20 years, according to one leading analyst.
A cut-price virtual reality headset will go on sale exclusively at GAME next month.
Digital is here, and digital is growing, but there is no scenario where disc-based video games will disappear from the market, according to GameStop.
Retailer Amazon has announced a new scheme that will see people earning between $18-$25 an hour to deliver parcels to customers.
Six games are to receive a discounted re-release on 3DS.
The Entertainment Retailers Association (ERA) has thrown its support behind MCV’s Digital Counts campaign.
GAME is hoping to tempt gamers off the bench for the midnight release of FIFA 16.
The BioShock series may be next in line-for the HD next-gen makeover treatment.
Prepare to re-live the glory days of grabbing a gaming bargain from a man wearing a bum bag and an apron.
It looks as if Sony has confirmed the PS4 price drop that was rumoured in June.
The low-cost tablet market has undergone a big shakeup with Amazon’s announcement of a new Fire tablet that costs just £49.99.
The largest American High Street games retailer will now only sell console bundles that include physical copies of games.
Telltale has dated both the physical and retail releases of Minecraft: Story Mode.
UK games retail is hopeful that the Q4 excitement will continue into next year thanks to a ‘superb’ line-up of titles coming to stores in Q1 2016.
Retail giant GameStop could still make a bricks and mortar UK move – with a range of merchandise shops.
Gamers who were left out of pocket by GAME’s Super Mario Maker mistake have been told to expect a refund shortly.
GAME has apologised after some customers were overcharged by up to five times for Wii U title Super Mario Maker.
Online merchandise ThinkGeek is to open its first physical store.
Retailers have confirmed a release for Telltale’s Minecraft: Story Mode on disc.