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Manchester United, Cardiff or West Brom fans are from this Saturday being invited to hand over their season tickets at GAME.
Microsoft’s new policy of competing with the High Street is continuing with some new Xbox One deals on Xbox Live.
As well as not ushering in tax breaks, last week’s Budget may have brought with it another bad piece of gaming news.
UK retailer GAME has added to its already extensive digital cards offer with the introduction of Battle.net credit.
A new word puzzle game made by lone Irish dev Shane McCafferty is currently topping the word game charts on both sides of the Atlantic.
Retailer GAME has been named as the exclusive stockist of a new Skylanders figure.
GAME will be holding a number of midnight launches to celebrate the release of Titanfall.
Online stores and supermarkets failed to capitalize on mass store closures in the UK last year, as High Street stores emerged as the biggest sellers of physical video games.
GAME is offering a DLC pre-order bonus with The Amazing Spider-Man 2 pre-orders.
A leading retail analyst has hailed the European Court’s decision to force GAME to pay £3m in unpaid rents.
Epay regional director EMEA Jason Thompson talks us through the future of digital products on the High Street.
Square Enix has teamed up with GAME in a series of special PR events to herald the arrival of Thief.
At New York Toy Fair, Cryptozoic Entertainment revealed the first look at its upcoming board game based on the Portal video game series.
Retailer GAME has lost its landmark legal battle against a consortium of landlords.
The Nintendo Pokemon X and Pokemon Y Battle Tournament 2014 has been officially announced.
Tony Hawk is back. Well, he’s coming back, anyway, with talks between himself and Activision having been confirmed.
GAME and Sony have teamed up to offer 100 exclusive store lock-ins with upcoming release Thief.
UPDATE: GAME has also informed MCV that customers who pre-order Titanfall from the retailer will no longer receive beta codes.
From the battle between GAME and CEX, to Evolve-maker Turtle Rock going it along without Valve, we've got it all covered in the latest MCV.
First there was the Christmas Tinner. Now GAME is selling pants.
The two biggest video game retail chains are going to war on the High Street.
UK despair specialists Radiohead have released what is described as “an experimental mobile game” on iOS and Android.
GAME is being taken to the Court of Appeal by a number of the country’s largest property companies.
GAME's new stores open their doors today, MCV can reveal, and the firm says the outlets will stock a range of 'new products'.