Entries in 'retailers' (45)
Indie chain Game Player has closed its doors, and MD Gary Noakes says that the days of specialist retailers are all but over.
Halo: Reach is shaping up to be one of the releases of the year having ignited a price war between the country’s biggest retailers.
Zavvi.com customers can now purchase goods more easily from the online retailer courtesy of its new iPhone app.
In response to MCV’s news yesterday that many companies are continuing to sell R4DS and other DS piracy devices despite the recent court ruling that illegalised the activity, ...
It’s official: specialist games retail is in decline.
UK games retailers will see their margins slashed in 2011 as they are forced to swallow the cost of a VAT rise.
Big box retail specialist Best Buy is to take the commitment it has shown to pre-owned games in the UK and roll-out a second hand games offer to all of ...
Activision CEO Bobby Kotick has told investors that the publisher wants a slice of the $3bn pre-owned games.
Independent retailers, the Davids of Britain’s games industry, continue to surprise in their ongoing battle with corporate Goliaths of national chains.
It’s official: supermarkets are the fastest growing games retailers in the UK.
According to TNS data published by ERA this week, supermarkets took up 17.7 per cent of revenue earned ...
Microsoft is targeting the global toy press in its efforts to spread the word about Natal ahead of its global launch later this year.
modern warfare 2 has enticed yet more retailers into games, with petrol vendor BP the latest non-traditional chain to start selling triple-A product.
Games retail has drawn up contingency plans ahead of strike action by Royal Mail staff, MCV can reveal.
Publishers have been urged not sell too much bonus content at a premium to consumers.
The UK High Street has expressed reservations over Sony’s PSPgo, but the platform holder has moved to reassure retailers that they still matter to its handheld business.
Aside from the headlines troubles caused by the wallet-tightening credit crunch, a darker side of the economic crisis is currently blighting UK retail with news that both theft and fraud ...