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Five days. In a tent. On the street. For a games console. Hurrah?
UK retailer GAME is opening the doors to 195 stores tonight to welcome the long-awaited UK arrival of Nintendo’s Wii U.
Tomorrow’s launch of Far Cry 3 is arguably the last big multi-format release of the year and the usual suspects are pulling out all the stops to try and win ...
Hopes that Comet will emerge from its administration appear to be fading after the biggest store closure plan so far was revealed by Deloitte.
Fancy opening a Wii U, Tomb Raider or Angry Birds shop? What about a space dedicated to The Sims?
Wii U has already sold out, retailers have told MCV.
Some personnel shifts down under this week, plus Wii U hits shopping centres in pop-up stores and a huge Asia-Pacific social gaming study.
The UK’s leading games retailer GAME has announced a new partnership with IGN.
A new online store has launched, and it believes it can be a major presence on social media.
Over a hundred GAME stores have had Wii U demo pods installed for the public.
In the latest chapter of the on-going Comet administration process, the firm has confirmed that 735 additional employees have been made redundant.
Over one-in-ten stores are now standing empty on UK High Streets, the British Retail Consortium has claimed.
The boss of Toys R Us in the US has told consumers that they should be mindful of the possible environmental impact of online shopping.
Supermarkets have eclipsed specialists to become Britain’s No.1 games retailers.
The threat of worker unrest could cause havoc for Walmart’s Black Friday push next week.
International games retail giant GameStop has reported a decline in physical sales but a boost in digital for the quarter ending October 27th.
Retailer Blockbuster has ventured into the world of digital publishing with a brand new iPad, Android and Kindle magazine.
Our shooty Man showdown cover answers a question we posed back in May when The Avengers was rocking the Box Office.
Supermarket chain Asda has announced its midnight opening plans for Call of Duty: Black Ops II tonight.
Online retailer Simply Games has criticised the media for its coverage of its decision to sell Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 early.
Martyn Gibbs has publicly backed Game Retail owners OpCapita following the collapse of Comet.
(This story has been updated - headline was originally 'Simply Games tells customers they can have Black Ops II by tomorrow'. Updates at end of article.)
450 Blockbuster stores will open their doors at midnight next week for the launch of Call of Duty: Black Ops II.
Sebastian James, group CEO of Dixons Retail, has told Radio 5 Live this morning that the firm hopes to offer Comet staff around 2,000 jobs over Christmas.
Amazon.co.uk has predicted that Monday December 3rd will be the busiest online shopping day of the year.