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HMV has started selling a range of Minecraft fan fiction.
HMV has launched digital Xbox and PlayStation titles in all of its stores, the retailer has told MCV.
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.
Pre-owned games are currently available for 75 per cent off at HMV stores.
The retailer's flagship store closes its doors today for the last time after 30 years.
Last week, the High Street told MCV it feels 2014 will be a good year for video games retailing.
HMV is reducing the amount of high-end technology it sells, the retailer has told MCV's sister site PCR.
The controversial HMV music download app is back on iOS although its key bit of functionality has been cut.
Entertainment giant HMV is relaunching itself ahead of Christmas.
HMV’s now-controversial iOS app will likely be gone by the end of the day.
Apple has asked HMV to remove its new music downloading app from the iOS App Store – and the retailer has said no.
A real-life F1 car will be the star attraction at the official F1 2013 launch event at HMV Oxford Street this Friday (October 4th).
There will now be almost 2,000 stores opening on Monday night to herald the launch of Grand Theft Auto V.
Entertainment retailer HMV has been running a Six Decades of Entertainment promotion throughout the summer, but video games will not feature in it.
Esports specialists Multiplay has hired two new members to its sales team.
The number of HMV shoppers have almost halved over the last 12 weeks, claims retail analysts Kantar Worldpanel.
Just six months ago, the games industry feared HMV would abandon video games.
Entertainment retailer HMV has relocated its UK headquarters to London's Blackfriars area.
Sports Direct owner and accomplished drinker Mike Ashley has purchased the lease for HMV Oxford Street.
This week's issue of MCV features our big interview with the head of EA Sports, Andrew Wilson. Who tells MCV why the firm must not mess up the next generation.