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A second retailer has cut the price of the Wii U to just £149.
How low will retail go in an effort to shift its Wii U stock?
Nintendo's Wii U is currently on sale for an all-time low price on the UK High Street.
The average selling price of video games last year was £26.45, a rise of 3.2 per cent year-on-year.
Retail has dropped Nintendo’s Wii U to an all-time low in an effort to inject some momentum into the console.
Another leading UK retailer has significantly discounted the Wii U.
Tomb Raider is available to buy today from Tesco supermarkets.
A hard-to-find version of Namco Bandai RPG Ni No Kuni is currently selling for up to four times more than its RRP on eBay.
MCV can reveal that Sony's PS3 will drop tantalisingly close to the magic £100 mark in GAME's Christmas sale, which starts on Boxing Day.
Sometimes a deal can seem too good to be true. But at the time of writing this offer is very much real.
Tomorrow’s launch of Far Cry 3 is arguably the last big multi-format release of the year and the usual suspects are pulling out all the stops to try and win ...
It’s a good bet to be the biggest launch of 2012, and that typically leads to some fierce price wars on the High Street.
The first UK High Street prices for Halo 4 have gone live in this morning’s national press.
Assassin’s Creed III hits the UK tonight and Blockbuster will be selling it for 99p as part of a new trade-in deal.
It’s not only a big day for game releases – today also sees the launch of the brand new 12GB Super Slim PS3.
It’s one of the biggest video game retail highlights of the year.
The first move in the anticipated FIFA 13 price war has been made.
The PS3 Super Slim can be yours for just £125 next Friday.
F1 2012 can be yours for just £29.99 – as long as you’re a member of the Blockbuster VIP Games Club.
Namco is restocking niche RPG titles that were selling at double its RRP on eBay after stock ran out.
Rumours online today suggest that while Microsoft might be targeting the tablet market, it isn’t intending to compete on price.
DLC for both Modern Warfare 3 and Call of Duty: Black Ops is available at half of its normal cost for the next week.
The 3DS XL could yet be available to pre-order for just £149.99 before the machine arrives in the UK on July 28th.
The upcoming 3DS XL can now be pre-ordered for just £167.97 from online retailer GameStop.
Nintendo won’t issue RRPs in the UK, so retail is this afternoon having its best guess regarding the price of the upcoming hardware.