Entries in 'Retail' (1857)
Customers will from today be able to buy Telltale developed games from digital retailer Green Man Gaming.
Day one delivery is crucial to online retailers. It drives pre-orders and secures sales that may otherwise have gone to High Street rivals.
Download retailers have their doubts over a UK bill that will allow consumers to return ‘faulty’ digital content.
I know what you’re thinking – ‘What is this old fashioned nonsense on the frontpage MCV?’
Games retailers across EMEA regions say they are facing bankruptcy – and it’s all our fault.
UK retailers are very pleased by Activision’s decision to make big changes to its Call of Duty series.
Capcom has confirmed that Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Dual Destinies will not be released physically in Europe or North America.
MCV Award-winning indie chain Games Centre is adding three more shops over the next 12 months.
Irish entertainment retailer Xtra-vision has gone into receivership.
Hilco is in discussions with landlords about a possible return to Ireland for HMV.
Retailer Blockbuster hopes to take another step toward recovery with an exclusive deal on Quentin Tarantino’s latest DVD and Blu-ray release.
Ubisoft is giving the High Street a chance to cash in on its latest digital smash, Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon.
The new-look Game Retail was forced to pay owners OpCapita a significant sum in the months following its buyout despite continuing to post a loss.
Has ShopTo become the first online retailer to be called out for early shipping?
Publishers are in the dark over Amazon’s UK?PC download store.
Distributors are clamping down on unscrupulous eBay toy dealers who buy rare figures in bulk and resell at extortionate prices.
Rejuvenated entertainment retailer Blockbuster is to embark on a promotional blitz this bank holiday weekend to properly mark its High Street comeback.
Wii U micro-game collection Game & Wario has received an official European launch date.
Home Retail Group has reported a year of flat sales and reduced profits, but owned multi-channel retailer Argos has had a better year.
Or DVDs, as they are otherwise known.
Irish entertainment rental and retail firm Xtra-vision has fallen into receivership after being "unable to meet its debts".
That long wait for GTA V is going to seem quite painful.
Fewer video games were sold than ever last week, as the release schedule dries up.
It was once mocked for its reluctance to embrace online, but Nintendo boss Satoru Iwata has told investors that the company has well and truly embraced the internet revolution.
But isn’t free-to-play supposed to mean the death of retail?