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Retailer Game Retail has confirmed to MCV that a small number of additional store closures are likely to be announced in the near future.
Administrator PricewaterhouseCoopers estimates that the financial gulf left by the demise of GAME Group will total £131.2m, according to documents obtained by MCV.
EA CEO John Riccitiello may have unintentionally given the middle finger to Nintendo and key third party rivals.
Square Enix has shown off the technology that will power its next-generation of video games.
Nintendo has confirmed that it is working on a method that will allow gamers to transfer Wii content to the Wii U.
The future of GAME’s Norwegian and Swedish stores has been saved following its acquisition at the hands of Nordic Games Holding.
A unique remote control car that can be used to play a PC game hits shelves in July, courtesy of Revell.
Gamers are now able to check the trade-in credit offered to specific titles before heading to GAME by checking on the chain’s website.
LucasArts will reveal a brand new game based in the Star Wars universe on May 31st, it has confirmed.
The first layoffs in GAME Australia's administration process have begun, with 281 people being let go today.
This week, a move from JB HiFi to openly import games has sparked a large conversation about pricing in the ANZ region, while GAME still hunts for a buyer.
The debut title from Peter Molyneux’s new studio 22 Cans could be released in as little as six weeks.
PriceWaterhouseCoopers, administrators for GAME Australia, today announced some interest, but no solid buyer yet for the company.
Blizzard has announced that Diablo III is the fastest selling PC game of all time, shifting 3.5m copies worldwide in its first 24 hours.
A battle is being fought on the High Street.
Sega and Nike have teamed up for one of the cleverer bits of video games cross promotion MCV has seen in a while.
It's been a big week down under, with GAME entering into administration, so here's a breakdown of the entire saga.
PriceWaterhouseCoopers has announced via a new section on the GAME Australia web site a meeting next Wednesday with creditors.
Developer Mind Candy has confirmed it is hard at work on the sequel to the record-breaking Moshi Monsters: Moshling Zoo.
The blending of the High Street and digital market continues with news that GAME is offering specific trade-in deals on a number of digital products.
As the world this morning wakes up to Diablo III, gamers in Australia have been saved from disappointment by Blizzard.