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Global games retailer GameStop has seen sales and earnings have shot up after an expectation-hitting Q1.
Digital may be the industry’s biggest market, but consumers still prefer to buy games in a box.
Amid uncertainty in the games market, GAME has decided it is time to float on the stock market once again. Risky?
Leading online retailer eBay has urged its users to change their passwords after its systems were attacked by hackers.
UK consumers are apparently falling out of love with Apple Stores over accusations of poor customer service.
Ubisoft's turn-based RPG Child of Light is to land on Vita in July.
The internet was last week set alight for a few brief moment as John Lewis offered an unbelievable discount on Wii U hardware.
We’re used to retailers giving away free store credit, but virtual shares? That’s a new one.
UK retailer GAME has finally confirmed what has been on the cards for months – it’s going to float itself on the stock exchange.
Dixons Retail and Carphone Warehouse have confirmed that they are to merge in a deal worth £3.8bn.
The upcoming vote on Scottish independence has lead to a pioneering experiment in the Glasgow branch of CeX.
Labour MP and chair of the public accounts committee Margaret Hodge has called for UK shoppers to boycott online retailer Amazon.
The first monitor to include Nvidia’s G-Sync technology as standard is due to hit UK shelves in the next few weeks.
Disney has begun offering assorted Star Wars products in its High Street Disney Stores.
The UK High Street has called on Nintendo once again to lower the price of Wii U.
John Lewis has announced its first range of own-brand smart TVs.
Tesco has revealed that it will launch an Android smartphone by the end of the year.
A Premium Wii U with two games for £200 is exactly what Nintendo should be talking about.
A bank holiday trade-in deal at GAME is offering either PS4 or Xbox One at a discount.
Argos will extend its digital store concept trial to open a further 25 stores by March 2015, in which the traditional shopping catalogues are replaced by tablets.
The UK High Street is optimistic about the success of virtual reality headsets.
GAME is currently going big on promoting an exclusive Destiny item available only to those who pre-order the Bungie title from the retailer.
EA’s blockbuster Titanfall held onto the top spot with little effort as not a single new release entered this week’s chart.
GameStop plans to increase its focus on “gaming-adjacent” fields while phasing out its reliance on video games, CEO Paul Raines has announced.
It’s cheaper to buy a boxed game with a digital code inside than to just buy the code, says online retailer GamePointsNow.