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Morrisons is tackling the video games market with renewed focus this year, according to its games buyer Simon Millea.
Supermarket chain Morrisons will acquire 49 stores from troubled retailer Blockbuster, it has been confirmed.
Morrisons, Tesco and Sainsbury's are reportedly eyeing HMV outlets as a potential way to expand their own store counts.
The share prices of Sainsbsury’s and Morrisons have fallen amidst predictions that the pair will report disappointing Christmas trading results later this month.
UK supermarket chain Morrisons has cut the price on a number of console SKUs, according to reports.
It looks as if Morrisons’ will be the cheapest place to buy Gears of War 3 on the UK High Street tomorrow.
UK supermarket chain Morrisons has hit the magic £25 price point for tomorrow’s big global release Gears of War 3.
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.
Supermarket chain Morrisons has ended its relationship with MBL Group five months early.
Morrisons’ entertainment distributor is on the hunt for retail and publishing partners in a bid to become a major player in the games market.
Morrisons has ended its 14-year relationship with MBL Group, forcing the distributor to put itself up for sale.
The once £230 Nintendo 3DS can now be pre-ordered for just £187 from supermarket Morrisons.
Morrisons buyer Kevin Lee is the latest addition to the ERA board.
It’s already the most competitive price war the UK games industry has ever seen, but the most dramatic could yet be to follow as the High Street prepares for Call ...
P2 Games has teamed up with publisher Random House and supermarket chain Morrisons for its upcoming Tracy Beaker video game.
Supermarket giant Morrisons has slashed the price of Mario & Sonic at the Winter Olympic Games on Wii by over 50 per cent.
Despite its RRP of £49.99, consumers are currently able to pick up EA’s FIFA 10 – which is released today – for as little as £24.99 thanks to a fierce ...
Morrisons has slashed the price of Wii Fit to under £50 in the latest round of supermarket price-cutting.
Ambitious supermarket Morrisons has told MCV that it is keen to sign more deals with publishers to sell their games exclusively through the chain.