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Sony will release its boxed version of award-winning PSN title Journey in the UK and Europe before the year is out.
Nintendo appears to be on the verge of releasing a brand new 3DS SKU in the UK.
Blockbuster was rescued out of administration last month, and its new owner wants to turn the rental giant into a retail powerhouse. MCV speaks to the firm’s new MD Gary ...
PS4 could launch at a lower price than its predecessor the PS3.
The retail launch for Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition has been pushed back to June.
The High Street will find new life in the undead next month as The Walking Dead arrives on shelves.
The words look the same, but they are in a different order.
Leading UK publishers will meet HMV this week with one clear message: Don’t give up on games.
UK supermarket Asda has become one of the first non-specialists in the country to begin accepting PS4 pre-orders.
When it comes to Ouya, much of the excitement has focused on the physical box itself: a cheap £99 Android console made famous on Kickstarter.
The sheer number of points cards at retail is confusing, warn publishers.
Blockbuster is on a charm offensive with the UK games industry.
Reports claim the Xbox 720 may use an ‘always-on’ connection to prevent players from using second-hand games – and it’s not sitting well with the High Street.
Minecraft has surpassed 10m copies sold across PC, Mac, and Linux platforms.
No matter what we print about ambitions by supermarkets or GAME, the fact is the number of games retailers has wobbled a bit.
Video games will play a major role in the future of Blockbuster UK, the retailer has told MCV.
International games retailer GameStop has reported a year-on-year increase in profits from $943.2 to $974.9 for the 14 weeks ending February 2nd.
Online indie ShopTo has seen its software market share leap in 2012.
UK retailers are rallying against reported plans to prevent pre-owned sales on the next Xbox.
Upcoming Android console Ouya will be available to buy from GAME.
Specialist stores want more of a say about when new games are released.
Battlefield 4 will arrive this autumn on PS3, 360 and PC.
“Arrogant and rude staff” have been named as the biggest shopping annoyances by a survey of 1,500 High Street consumers.
Sainsbury’s, Asda and Morrisons say they will push games through their local convenience stores.
This year will be a major year for the independent retail scene, say store owners.