Entries in 'pre-owned' (40)
Kantar Worldpanel consumer insight analyst Jules Williams examines the opportunities and challenges involved in this lucrative market...
Pre-owned game sales grew faster than new titles over Christmas, says data specialist Kantar Worldpanel.
The Xbox One price war rages on as GAME has become the first retailer to break the sub-£300 barrier (pre-owned, at least).
Manchester United, Cardiff or West Brom fans are from this Saturday being invited to hand over their season tickets at GAME.
3,100 Walmart stores will from next week begin offering customers the chance to trade-in their games.
Pre-owned games are currently available for 75 per cent off at HMV stores.
It’s a brave new next-gen world out there, and with it comes a new era in higher-price trade-in prices.
The two biggest video game retail chains are going to war on the High Street.
A German court has ruled in Valve’s favour in a case hoping to force it to permit the sale of pre-owned Steam codes.
Publishers do not like second hand game sales.
The industry’s pre-owned U-turn continues to gather pace.
Sony has admitted that there is a strong argument for claiming that pre-owned games do not detract from the health of games development.
Consumers will be able to sell and trade-in their PS4 games, Sony has once again asserted.
The US arm of retailer GameStop has ramped up the price of hard-to-find Wii title Xenoblade Chronicles.
A site that offers an online comparison of the video game trade-in prices offered by a number of UK retailers has gone live.
Develop Ready at Dawn has accused games retail and the pre-owned sector of cheating not only developers but also consumers.
Amazon is using the prospect of a free copy of Grand Theft Auto V to market a new trade-in offer online.
The Federation of German Consumer Organisations hopes to have Steam in court by the end of the year.
Just six months ago, the games industry feared HMV would abandon video games.
Gamers around the world want to be able to buy and sell their digital games.
One of the founding members of the games industry has blasted Microsoft for its handling of the Xbox One reveal.
Gamers can now trade-in physical Xbox and PlayStation games at online retailer Green Man Gaming.
PlayStation has vowed not to risk damaging the ‘fragile’ UK retail market with new business models.
EA Sports boss Andrew Wilson says that the firm ditched online pass because it damaged the games.
Spirited Nintendo America boss Reggie Fils-Aime has said that there’s a very simply solution to the ‘problem’ of pre-owned – make better games.