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Further to the news that Wii U will arrive with an aggressive new digital policy, Nintendo has also confirmed a brand new 3DS strategy.
Nintendo has stated that first party Wii U games will be available to buy digitally on the same day that they are released at retail.
In the Pacific region this week, MCV interviews the GM of Mindscape, The Walking Dead will miss these shores, and the FIWC draws to a close.
Games will not arrive on Xbox Live on the day they hit retail shelves any time soon, says Microsoft.
Traditional Friday game launches are quickly becoming a thing of the past.
A range of brand new Skylanders accessories will hit store shelves this summer.
The first PCR Retail Boot Camp takes place in just under two weeks time – and promises to bring together the UK’s top PC dealers and the market’s leading suppliers ...
Heroes of Ruin may not be a GAME exclusive after all, Nintendo has said.
Kid Icarus: Uprising is to come under the spotlight once again as Nintendo kicks off a fresh round of retail promotions for the title.
Games retail might be tougher than ever but one independent retailer is flourishing.
It has finally been confirmed that the UK has once again entered into recession.
New US online retailer EKGaming has made a remarkable pledge – to share ten per cent of its pre-owned revenues with publishers.
The GAME is well and truly on.
US retail giant GameStop has announced a fresh push into the digital PC space.
Ubisoft is not only back in bed with GAME, but it has handed an exclusive edition of Assassins Creed III to the retailer.
Popular online PC game retail portal Steam became the first company to win the new Digital Retailer prize at last night’s MCV Awards 2012.
The senior vice president of EA’s digital division has claimed that the importance of the relationship between publishers and retail is eroding.
It may be the biggest and most important retailer in the UK, but supermarket giant Tesco has posted its first fall in UK profits for 20 years.
Smartphones are the industry’s fastest-growing gaming platform – but one that is off limits to video games retailers.
The games industry’s biggest names are currently plotting a path into one of the fastest growing regions in the world of modern gaming.
OpCapita's new-look, slimmed-down GAME is back in bed with EA.
Space-shifting action title Gravity Rush will now be released as both a boxed and digital title in Europe, MCV understands.
Nintendo has become the latest publisher to jump back into bed with retailer GAME, it would appear.
We compare last year's TV marketing activity for games retailers including Tesco, GAME and Sainsbury’s.
Kinect Star Wars helped the UK games retail market get back on track last week, which generated over £2m more than it did the prior week.