Entries in 'pre-owned' (185)
Publisher Capcom has said that the controversial save system used in 3DS title Resident Evil: The Mercenaries is unlikely to be incorporated into other titles.
Capcom has defended the lack of a reset option in Resident Evil: The Mercenaries 3D.
UK entertainment retailer HMV will not be accepting trade-in copies of 3DS title Resident Evil: Mercenaries, which is released in the UK this Friday.
Capcom has told MCV that the second hand trade-in value of 3DS title Resident Evil: The Mercenaries will not be dented by the game's strict data management options.
GAME is offering 3DS owners the chance to pick up The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D for just 99p.
Ian Shepherd, the CEO of leading UK games retailer GAME, has said that the attitude of publishers toward pre-owned has changed.
Consumers have reacted positively to Amazon UK’s trade-in offer, the company has told MCV.
Codemasters' upcoming Dirt 3 comes bundled with a code that lets users play online and unlock five new vehicles.
An all-encompassing shift to digital distribution would be a forwards step for the games industry, the boss of Finnish studio Remedy has declared.
HMV will sell second-hand games online as a part of a renewed push around pre-owned.
Store staff at GAME were sent to Tesco during last week’s launch of Nintendo 3DS in order to buy hardware and software stock at the supermarket’s reduced price.
It's unfair to blame consumers for trading in their old titles when new games cost as much as $60/£50 – that's according to the CEO of TimeShift developer Saber Interactive.
THQ’s CEO Brian Farrell says he doesn’t want to kill off pre-owned as it is something consumers demand.
UK video games retailer GAME has begun offering pre-orders for pre-owned versions of the latest titles, MCV understands.
The market for new triple-A titles would be diminished were it not for the pre-owned sector, GAME Group CEO Ian Shepherd has claimed.
It has been confirmed that consumers who buy DC Universe Online will be unable to trade in their copies of the game.
It's an argument often trotted out whenever anyone attacks the pre-owned market – "You don't see Toyota demanding a cut from the sale of a second hand Corolla."
Sony’s new physical format has the potential to change the face of the pre-owned market.
More than half of GAME’s customers use trade-ins to fund purchases of new titles, the firm has told MCV.
Publisher THQ has predicted that upcoming triple-A shooter Homefront will make more money than either of the company's big fighting franchises, WWE or UFC.
Selling previously played titles online may open businesses up to a nationwide – or even worldwide – customer base, and provide an extra opportunity for making margins.
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