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Retailer GAME has officially confirmed the cancellation of GAMEfest 2012.
The US is getting a brand new consumer games expo.
Boxed retail may not survive beyond 2019 and perhaps end as early as 2013, Activision believes.
A battle is being fought on the High Street.
Software sales at internet retailer Simply Games have trebled during the past 12 months.
Retailer JB HiFi has officially admitted that it is selling imported stock in its Australian High Street stores.
Gem is giving retailers the chance to win a pile of Max Payne goodness in their latest Best Dressed Store contest.
Rockstar's popular shooter series returns to shelves today with the release of Max Payne 3.
Computer Exchange has opened its sixth store in 2012, taking its global tally to 171.
That it “outperformed the market” will likely not completely appease GameStop’s shareholders after the company reported a 12.5 per cent decline in like-for-like sales for its fiscal Q1.
Sometimes the games industry can get too caught up in willy waving with other forms of entertainment.
Where are OUR summer blockbusters? That's the question being asked by games retail bosses this week as the UK games market slumped to a new low.
Rockstar’s Max Payne 3 is out this Friday (May 18th) and retailer Blockbuster has announced a new trade-in deal for the game.
Blizzard’s RPG Diablo III finally hit shelves last night and MCV was at the UK launch event to bring you over 50 images.
The blending of the High Street and digital market continues with news that GAME is offering specific trade-in deals on a number of digital products.
Diablo III hit shelves at midnight at more than 8,000 stores across the world, including HMV’s Oxford Street branch.
As the world this morning wakes up to Diablo III, gamers in Australia have been saved from disappointment by Blizzard.
GAME's administration has cast a blemish on what should've been one of the most exciting days of the year for Aussie PC gamers.
UK games stores have applauded Activision’s ‘risky’ new direction for Call of Duty.
While Game Retail Limited, the new owner of retailer GAME, appears in good health, the future looks less certain for its flagship Oxford Street Store in London.
Administrator PriceWaterhouseCooper has said that it is already talking to a “number of parties” about a possible acquisition of GAME’s Australian arm.
Customers who have paid a deposit for Diablo III at GAME Australia have been left out of pocket.
Same-store sales at US retailer GameStop dropped 12.5 per cent year-on-year.
Dixons Retail says its like-for-like sales fell three per cent for the 52 weeks ending April 28th, while overall sales remained flat.