Entries in 'supermarkets' (40)
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.
Supermarkets choosing to ‘go low’ on FIFA this week won’t be able to match GAME’s specialist offer, Ian Shepherd reckons.
Supermarket giant Asda was one of the big winners at last night's MCV Awards.
The time for talking is over. Leading UK games retailer GAME is to, in the words of one of its leading execs, “take on the supermarkets at their own game” ...
The average sale price of a video game in the UK fell last year compared to 2008, new data from the ERA shows.
It’s official: supermarkets are the fastest growing games retailers in the UK.
According to TNS data published by ERA this week, supermarkets took up 17.7 per cent of revenue earned ...
The Entertainment Retailers Association has defended Tesco and Asda’s decision to take their first tentative steps into the pre-owned market.
UK retailers believe they have cracked the formula to survive the next decade – after enduring a true annus horribilis on the High Street in 2009.
GAME Group's sales have fallen 10.8 per cent for the 44 weeks to December 5th – despite strong sales of FIFA and Modern Warfare 2.
In what has become an annual ritual at UK retail, this Friday’s release of FIFA 10 looks likely to spark a fierce price war at the nation’s supermarkets.
Disney is supporting retail with gift cards that will allow mobile users to download Hannah Montana content to their phones.