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Of all the things that retailers want in 2015, their number one desire is for more games.
UPDATE 1: A branch of GAME in the South East has just confirmed to MCV that the game will "soft launch" in stores on Monday.
Now that the new consoles have become more mainstream, Andy Saxton, consumer retail analyst at Kantar Worldpanel, examines how it will make this Christmas different, and how retailers can boost ...
A glitch on Friday saw a number of items being sold by Amazon sellers sold to customers for just 1p.
Green Man Gaming’s new publishing arm has named its first two development partners.
£6,800 – that was the return one punter saw on their £19.94 investment as the rush to get hold of Sony’s 20th Anniversary PS4 sweeps Ebay.
Have they? Haven’t they? The mystery continues regarding Nintendo’s plans for the long-term future of some Amiibo figures.
Microsoft has become the latest company to start accepting payments in Bitcoin.
Amazon has added a ‘Make An Offer’ option to some items that allows potential buyers to haggle with sellers.
2014 has already been one to forget for Tesco, and the news just keeps getting worse.
It appears that supply problems are hitting a range of Nintendo products, with retailers being forced to cancel some pre-orders and others increasing their prices.
The rush to sell defective Amiibo figures for sky-high prices is on.
A second Australian retailer has pulled Rockstar’s Grand Theft Auto V from sale.
A survey of GameStop PowerUp Rewards members in the US has found that Grand Theft Auto V features on more Christmas lists this year than any other game.
Australian retailer Target has pulled Grand Theft Auto V from its shelves due to what it says are concerns “about the game's depictions of violence against women”.
A defective version of Nintendo’s Samus Aran Amiibo figure has sold for an incredible amount on auction site Ebay.
The trade price of the Wii U 8GB Basic console has been significantly cut in the UK, MCV understands.
Offers on games and consoles during last week’s Black Friday sales have seen a number of titles shoot back up the UK retail chart.
Microsoft’s Xbox One was the big winner in the US throughout last Friday’s Black Friday sales, a brand agency claims.
Specialist game retailers may be dead in Japan by the end of the decade, it has been warned.
Police were last night reportedly called to a number of incidents involving disturbances as people queued for Black Friday store openings.
GAME has confirmed its £299.99 Xbox One hardware bundle for tonight’s Black Friday sale, and now it looks as if it might be joined by a PS4 one.
An Xbox One with four games will apparently feature as part of GAME’s Black Friday sale kicking off tonight.
US retailer has responded to the increased demand for 3DS title Cubic Ninja by ramping up the game’s price.
Leading UK retailer GAME is taking the unusual step of opening over 300 of its stores at midnight on the night of Thursday November 27th for Black Friday.