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The big hits just keep coming this time of year and tonight it’s the turn of Call of Duty: Ghosts, which arrives worldwide at midnight.
UK supermarket Asda will be selling Call of Duty: Ghosts for £39.97 from midnight on the evening of Monday November 4th.
The veil has finally been lifted on AMD’s Radeon R9 290X graphics card.
One of the biggest releases of the year arrived at midnight last night, but retail is again playing it safe with its pricing for FIFA 14.
It could be the biggest release of all time, so has Grand Theft Auto V sent UK retail into a fierce price war?
With a little less than a month to go before its release, the battle to win FIFA 14 mindshare appears to have begun.
Zavvi has revealed what can best be described as a “different” FIFA 14 price promotion to any that we have seen before.
In what is likely to become a recurring theme, GameStop has revealed a Grand Theft Auto V specific trade-in offer.
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.