Entries in 'high street' (21)
HTC continues its push into the High Street with the announcement that its Vive VR headset will be sold in Harrods.
GAME’s earnings were down by almost £10m for the half-year until January 23rd, 2016.
‘UK games stores made a major mistake ditching PC games.’
Kantar’s latest Entertainment Barometer report paints a picture of decline for physical games retail – although it’s faring better than the wider entertainment market.
New data from Kantar Worldpanel indicates that the market share of GAME, HMV and Argos has increased on the year before.
It's been a busy 12 months for GAME, following the High Street retailer's acquisition of eSports specialist Multiplay, hectic Black Friday last year and return to the PC space.
HMV has started selling a range of Minecraft fan fiction.
Gerry Berkley has returned to HMV as head of games.
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.
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.
PC GAMING WEEK: Sales of boxed PC games may have reached their lowest point in history, but the creators of Football Manager and The Sims insist the High Street remains ...
Online retailer Ebuyer.com is considering opening its first shops on the High Street.
Do we need High Street shops?
The worst of the financial crisis may be behind us, but the year ahead promises to be a challenging one for retail.
Sony’s streaming game service PlayStation Now might not necessarily be the warning claxon for retail that some are predicting.
Currys/PC World owner says it's keeping close tabs on Valve's new Steam Machines to bring devices to the High Street.
Still hunting for a launch day PS4? Then O2 may be your surprising saviour.
High Street and online retail giants are braced for the launch of Xbox One.
Powa Technologies – an ecommerce provider, it should be noted – has issued a damning prediction for the future of the British High Street.
The day may well arrive when video games leave the High Street for good. But that’s for consumers to decide, not platform holders.