Entries in 'store' (124)
There are 300 fewer games specialists on the High Street in 2012.
Microsoft will launch its first own-brand retail outlet in the UK in March of next year, a new report claims.
Blizzard’s RPG Diablo III finally hit shelves last night and MCV was at the UK launch event to bring you over 50 images.
While Game Retail Limited, the new owner of retailer GAME, appears in good health, the future looks less certain for its flagship Oxford Street Store in London.
Developer thatgamecompany has announced that its recent PS3 release Journey has become the most successful game ever to be released on PSN.
The first GAME and Gamestation stores to be shut after the chain’s entry into administration have closed their doors.
Administrator PwC has today closed the doors on 277 of The GAME Group’s 609 UK and Ireland stores, MCV understands.
Ian Shepherd, the CEO of retailer GAME, has resigned from his role.
After two months of worry and rumour, GAME has as of today officially entered administration.
As expected, retailer GAME will this morning enter administration.
Two more national newspapers have reported that The Royal Bank of Scotland is leading a consortium of bidders interested in acquiring The GAME Group.
There are fewer stores than ever selling games, ERA and Chart-Track says.
Sony has placed a free episode of American cartoon series South Park on the PlayStation store for Vita owners.
The new boss of Argos says he has been given a clean sheet from Home Retail Chairman Oliver Stocken to embark upon a brand new strategy for the catalogue retailer.
Consumers who buy from Zavvi.com can now earn loyalty points, giving them money off future purchases.
MCV has been told that Codemasters racer F1 2011 will belatedly arrive on the PlayStation Vita store shortly.
Online retailer Amazon is preparing to open its very first bricks and mortar outlet in Seattle, reports suggest.
While Nokia has been struggling to do battle against the likes of Apple and Android devices in developed markets, it's Symbian OS has continued a stronghold over emerging markets.
Over 100 million apps have been downloaded from the Mac App Store since its launch in January earlier this year.
At this time every year, Apple releases 'Rewind', its annual year-end lists for music, movies, TV shows, podcasts and apps.
Online auction giant eBay is hitting the High Street this week with the support of at least two games retailers.
Amazon has postponed the launch of its PC download platform to 2012.
It probably won’t last long, but hats off to Warner this morning for toppling Rovio’s Angry Birds from atop of the Apple App Store listings.
Nintendo has opened its own shop at the heart of the UK’s busiest High Street.