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Publisher Activision has dropped the price of both Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock and DJ Hero 2 in North America.
With year-on-year comparison continuing to paint a picture of gradual decline in the home console games sector, analyst Cowen & Company has named the high RRP of console hardware as ...
Despite widespread reports over the weekend, the price of the PSPgo has not been cut for the second time in a month, MCV can reveal.
The standard $59.99/£49.99 RRP for console software is “keeping people out” of the console market at retail. That’s according to THQ president Brian Farrell, who reiterated his stance at the ...
It’s not even out until Friday, and already retailers are moving to drastically undercut the RRP of Sega’s upcoming console shooter Vanquish.
Reports in the US are claiming Sony is to reduce the price of the PSPgo by a fifth at the end of the week.
Speaking to analysts yesterday, Nintendo president Saturo Iwata admitted one curious reason for the comparatively high price of the Nintendo DS handheld – the enthusiasm with which it was greeted
News hub CNN has expressed serious reservations about the RRP Microsoft has slapped on the upcoming Xbox 360 motion camera Kinect.
On face value, it’s easy to see the £130 asking price for Kinect as Microsoft echoing back to the original Xbox and its high £299 RRP. £129.99 looks like a ...
Despite initial scepticism over its price, Kinect looks set to be a big hit.
Publisher Activision has seemingly challenged the established norms of UK video game RRPs by apparently placing an official price of £44.99 on today’s new release Starcraft II.
Two leading games analyst have come out on either side of the divide in the debate surrounding Microsoft’s £130 RRP for Kinect.
The news that Microsoft has priced the Kinect motion camera right at the top end of the expected price range has been met with anger from followers of the device ...
The war between retailers and publishers looks set to once again erupt over software pricing – with Sainsbury’s last week issuing a fierce battlecry.
The world’s largest third party publisher has admitted that it is “concerned” about the price point of both Sony’s Move and Microsoft’s Kinect.
Though we’re still waiting for an official RRP for Microsoft’s Kinect motion camera, UK retailer GAME has told MCV that interest in the device amongst consumers is proving strong.
Five-a-side footie game Pure Football has been given a lower RRP than usual – with a £29.99 price set by Ubisoft.
Namco Bandai has set the RRP of upcoming action adventure game Clash of the Titans at just £29.99, ahead of the game’s May 28th launch.
The price of the Nintendo Wii has tumbled at retail.
MCV’s research, which monitored the sale of hardware across 25 leading UK retailers, shows that the average price of Wii ...
Echoing previous predictions by MCV, US games analyst Michael Pachter has predicted that Microsoft’s Natal will retail for between $50-$80 when it goes on sale worldwide this Christmas.