Entries in 'games retail' (14)
Don't believe the doom-mongers - our latest research shows the games market is doing better than you think.
Last week PricewaterhouseCoopers published what seems to be an inappropriate attack on games retail.
Believe the doom mongers and you'll believe that games retail won't exist in ten years time. We think it will, just in a radically different form.
This week's MCV – which is now available to view online – analyses the collapse of THQ and reveals what games retail will look like in ten years time.
UK retailers sold 2,075,634 games last week, generating over £50m in revenue.
The struggle faced by UK retail has reached its lowest point to-date when just £8.18m was generated by software sales last week.
The UK games retail market generated £27.7m last week, a 136 per cent rise week-on-week and the second highest number this year.
Looters kicked the UK games retail market while it was down last week, as the sector posted its worst results in ten years.
THQ has revealed a zany pre-order offer for Saints Row: The Third with Professor Genki's Super Ethical Reality Climax.
MCV's annual High Street directory provides an overview of every buying team for each key UK video games retailer, as well as up-to-date store counts, company profiles and contact details.