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Xbox One is the subject of a price cut for the first time by a UK online retailer.
Online retailer Amazon is planning to ship orders to customers before they have even pressed the ‘buy’ button’.
Argos says sales of electricals - including video games, tablets, TVs and white goods - helped it deliver a strong financial quarter, as its parent company appoints a new chief exec.
Less than two years after it nearly vanished altogether, GAME could be ready to re-join the stock market.
Like-for-like sales at the UK’s leading video games retailer GAME grew 90 per cent year-on-year for the six weeks ending January 4th.
GameStop has reported like-for-like sales growth of 10.2 per cent for the nine weeks ending January 4th.
The retailer's flagship store closes its doors today for the last time after 30 years.
Do we need High Street shops?
Video game consoles and software made £605.5m for the UK High Street last month, MCV can reveal.
The worst of the financial crisis may be behind us, but the year ahead promises to be a challenging one for retail.
UK online retailer ShopTo says it is enjoying its most successful year on record.
Sony’s streaming game service PlayStation Now might not necessarily be the warning claxon for retail that some are predicting.
Currys/PC World owner says it's keeping close tabs on Valve's new Steam Machines to bring devices to the High Street.
Sony’s PS4 has commanded a greater share of online web traffic across five leading retail websites in the UK.
The UK games industry is making a bid for Christmas No.1
We’ve heard a few stories of folks paying over the odds on eBay to get hold of an Xbox One for Christmas, but this is something else.
Smartphone game Doctor Who: Legacy has teamed up with Forbidden Planet to offer free DLC.
The public’s increasing propensity to leave their festive shopping late has sent retail into a pre-Christmas sale panic.
In this week's issue of MCV, UK retailers tell us how they're expecting a very merry Christmas and have high hopes for the High Street moving into 2014.
Microsoft says it’s urgently looking to help independent retailers who have been left in the dark over their Xbox One stock allocation.
The last of Blockbuster’s UK stores will close next week, MCV can reveal.
Shops can help sell free games, says free-to-play specialist Jagex.
Coordinates set for consumer backlash disaster!
Did you read about that lad who paid £450 for a photo of an Xbox One?