Entries in 'amazon' (142)
Sales of Red Dead Redemption for Xbox 360 have shot up by nearly 6,000 per cent in just a day on Amazon.
Major consumer expo EGX has announced that Amazon will be the event’s new retail partner.
Amazon Prime will be delivering copies of Doom at midnight on Thursday.
Retailer Amazon has decided that it will only sell certain games to members of Amazon Prime.
Online retail giant Amazon is planning on offering a monthly package for its popular Prime service.
The game heads of two of the UK’s largest retailers have joined MCV’s Retail Advisory Board.
Sony’s PlayStation VR has sold out once again.
PlayStation VR is off to a great start on Amazon.
Sales of the PlayStation Camera and PlayStation Move controllers have shot up on Amazon.
The Japanese arm of Amazon has begun allowing international customers to buy video games.
Amazon has released its very own engine, Lumberyard, which is completely free of subscription and royalty fees.
American Amazon Prime users can now get 20 per cent off the cost of game pre-orders and brand new releases.
Retailer Amazon has introduced its one-hour delivery service to three new cities.
Fergal Gara has joined Amazon UK as director of PC.
The Advertising Standards Authority has said that it won’t be pursuing further measures against Activision concerning a mistake made in the marketing for Call of Duty III pre-order content.
The North-East is the latest UK region to gain Amazon’s Prime Now delivery service.
Retailer Amazon has said that developers who have signed up to its Amazon Underground ecosystem are enjoying a surge in revenues.
Retailer Amazon has rolled out its new range of quick delivery options to some parts of the UK.
Online retail is trying to muscle its way into the midnight launch market.
Developer Harmonix has admitted that a number of its employees left positive reviews for its recent release Rock Band 4 on Amazon’s website.
US retail giant Amazon has issued a lawsuit against 1,114 people accused of posting fake product reviews on its website.
It looks as if shoppers will soon no longer be able to buy the Apple TV or Google Chromecast from Amazon.
Retailer Amazon has announced a new scheme that will see people earning between $18-$25 an hour to deliver parcels to customers.
The low-cost tablet market has undergone a big shakeup with Amazon’s announcement of a new Fire tablet that costs just £49.99.