Entries in 'supermarkets' (38)
Supermarkets and Amazon have boosted their entertainment market share at the expense of GAME and HMV.
Sainsbury’s, Asda and Morrisons say they will push games through their local convenience stores.
The average selling price of video games last year was £26.45, a rise of 3.2 per cent year-on-year.
Morrisons, Tesco and Sainsbury's are reportedly eyeing HMV outlets as a potential way to expand their own store counts.
Leading UK supermarkets have backed new guidelines designed to make sure consumers are not misled by special offers.
Both Tesco and Sainsbury’s have reported a quarterly rise in sales, leading to hopes that the worst could be behind the High Street.
It’s one of the biggest video game retail highlights of the year.
Sainsbury’s, Tesco, Asda and Morrisons have stalled in their bids to become the next major players in video games, ERA reports.
Asda has become the first UK supermarket to promote its PlayStation Vita price – and it’s the lowest price we’ve yet seen for the console.
The UK’s largest retailer, Tesco, has reported a 2.3 per cent like-for-like drop in sales in the UK for the seven weeks ending January 7th.
Argos may have thrown in the towel, but other mass-market retailers insist their own used games ventures are fighting fit.
A line of fresh hidden object games can ignite the casual market on 3DS, says Licensed 4U.
Last year, Argos, Asda and Tesco made headlines by accepting trade-ins.
It looks as if Morrisons’ will be the cheapest place to buy Gears of War 3 on the UK High Street tomorrow.
UK supermarket chain Morrisons has hit the magic £25 price point for tomorrow’s big global release Gears of War 3.
Ahead of its UK release tomorrow, the UK’s supermarkets have hit the print press to promote their discounts on console and PC title Deus Ex: Human Revolution.
With the official UK price cut coming up tomorrow, retail has started to show its hand regarding the levels to which it is prepared to cut the price of the ...
The number of specialist games retailers is in free fall as the crisis on the High Street deepens.
If left unchecked the ongoing expansion of supermarkets poses a serious threat to the UK High Street.
Watch out GAME and HMV: supermarkets and online retailers are taking a bigger slice of the UK games software market.
There’s nothing wrong with independent retailers buying games from supermarkets and selling them at a premium, say UK distributors.
Anger over trade-ins is on the rise again, as retailers turn to pre-owned to drive sales this Christmas.
UPDATE: Asda has confirmed that it will have free stock of both the solus Kinect SKU and the Kinect hardware bundle for the launch of Microsoft's motion device tomorrow.
Asda has declared Call of Duty: Black Ops will be its biggest games launch of all time.
Tesco has become the first retailer to show its hand and declare its day one price for Konami’s PES 2011, which is released in the UK tomorrow.