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The tough times continue for UK games retail, with the latest Chart-Track data showing the market fell 38 per cent last month.
The maker of the new Tomb Raider has distanced itself from the use of the word ‘rape’ to describe an incident in the new adventure title.
A new report from DFC Intelligence predicts that digitally distributed games will account for 66 per cent of total overall games revenue by 2017.
Once again the issue around calculating digital sales data towards the industry’s charts and research data has become a talking point.
With the backing of Activision, Disney, EA, Microsoft, Namco Bandai, Sony, Take-Two and Ubisoft, ISFE says its new pan-Euro data is the industry’s best.
Platform holder Sony claims the growing appetite for digital content is helping grow the sales of ‘full console’ games.
Derby-based video games accessory manufacturer I-Globe has entered liquidation.
When the trade clicked open its Monday morning UKIE charts update this week, the big story was the data that wasn’t listed.
It's not just a lack of games that will hurt the market this summer – retailers fear the upcoming Jubilee, Euros and Olympics will keep customers away from the High ...
Before March this year, GAME and Gamestation were by far the UK’s biggest pre-owned game retailers.
Manufacturers predict a steady decline in the use of game discs as digital gains a tighter grip on the market.
A battle is being fought on the High Street.
Software sales at internet retailer Simply Games have trebled during the past 12 months.
In a no-holds barred interview amidst Diablo III’s ‘always-on DRM’ storm, the developer of The Witcher 2 has blasted the use of digital rights management.
Retailer JB HiFi has officially admitted that it is selling imported stock in its Australian High Street stores.
That it “outperformed the market” will likely not completely appease GameStop’s shareholders after the company reported a 12.5 per cent decline in like-for-like sales for its fiscal Q1.
Sometimes the games industry can get too caught up in willy waving with other forms of entertainment.
Where are OUR summer blockbusters? That's the question being asked by games retail bosses this week as the UK games market slumped to a new low.
Questions are being asked about the future of shmup specialist Cave.
Jonathan Chambers, AV manager at media planning and buying specialist Generation Media, looks at how much impact publishers and platform holders have had on TV advertising so far, how this ...
Specialist games retailers cannot survive without second-hand, says Blockbuster.
Gamefly was never planning to come to the UK.
The much-delayed implementation of the PEGI age rating system should finally happen in July, says UKIE.
Dark Souls for PC and One Piece for PS3 will be available to download and buy on the High Street at the same time.
Some will say the likely death of Friday as the main release day for games is dispensation of a long irrelevant tradition.