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Sony chief executive Kaz Hirai has admitted that the Vita is struggling.
The UK games retail market suffered its worst week on record last week. Again.
Olympics fever was good news for publishers of Olympic-based games, but it wasn’t enough to save the UK games market from its worst performance ever last week.
Sony Corporation’s share price has fallen to its lowest position in a generation in both Japan and the United States.
This week we review the current state of the games and consoles TV advertising market in 2012 so far, in comparison to the previous five years.
It’s a sorry Monday morning for beleaguered retailer GAME today with stock in the company dropping to an all-time low.
Some may have questioned MCV’s assertion that the Metallic Red 3DS is running out on the UK High Street, but evidence this morning very much backs it up.
Nintendo 3DS became last week’s biggest selling games device – and it might even sell out before Christmas.
Investors have reacted negatively to Nintendo’s Tokyo 3DS showcase, with the company’s share price falling five per cent overnight.
Sony has said that the reaction to its PS3 launch price had meant that keeping the launch price of the Next Generation Portable as low as possible is a key ...
Retailer GAME has denied claims of an ongoing rift with publisher Activision that gossip says has lead to the chain refusing to stock recent releases Singularity and Transformers: War for ...
Five-a-side footie game Pure Football has been given a lower RRP than usual – with a £29.99 price set by Ubisoft.
Namco Bandai has set the RRP of upcoming action adventure game Clash of the Titans at just £29.99, ahead of the game’s May 28th launch.