Entries in 'Blockbuster' (103)
Video games will play a major role in the future of Blockbuster UK, the retailer has told MCV.
Gary Warren has been appointed managing director of the new Blockbuster UK.
Deloitte has confirmed that it has completed the sale of Blockbuster for an undisclosed sum.
This latest MCV – which is now available to view online – details all of the hottest releases coming in the next few months, including The Last of Us and Remember Me.
UK retailer Blockbuster could yet be saved.
Administrator Deloitte has confirmed to MCV that there will be further closures at Blockbuser stores UK.
Supermarket chain Morrisons will acquire 49 stores from troubled retailer Blockbuster, it has been confirmed.
The lead administrator at Blockbuster has issues a grave warning to workers at the retailer.
EA and Sega may say otherwise, but Konami reckons Metal Gear Rising is the first blockbuster of 2013.
As if things weren’t bad enough for in-administration Blockbuster UK, a newspaper investigation has landed the company in even hotter water.
The collapse of HMV and Blockbuster is unlikely to have a massive impact upon the video games market.
Two firms are reported to be in discussions to rescue bankrupt rental firm Blockbuster UK.
Deloitte has this morning confirmed it will close at least 160 Blockbusters stores as part of the rental chain's administration process.
The Entertainment Retail Association hopes Blockbuster will re-emerge in some form.
Retailer Blockbuster has announced that it will continue to honour gift cards and store credit despite slipping into administration this afternoon.
In the same week as the UK High Street saw HMV slip into administration, fellow long-term chain Blockbuster has now followed its lead.
UK entertainment retail is facing another huge blow, with reports that Blockbuster is to enter administration.
Retailer Blockbuster has ventured into the world of digital publishing with a brand new iPad, Android and Kindle magazine.
Call of Duty: Black Ops II is here at last, and thousand of store workers and gamers took to the streets last night to welcome it.
450 Blockbuster stores will open their doors at midnight next week for the launch of Call of Duty: Black Ops II.
Assassin’s Creed III hits the UK tonight and Blockbuster will be selling it for 99p as part of a new trade-in deal.
F1 2012 can be yours for just £29.99 – as long as you’re a member of the Blockbuster VIP Games Club.
With a 90 per cent bigger screen, more grown-up design and refined controls, 3DS XL is an attractive new device. But who has the best deal?
A battle is being fought on the High Street.
Rockstar’s Max Payne 3 is out this Friday (May 18th) and retailer Blockbuster has announced a new trade-in deal for the game.