Blockbuster vows to grow its games offer in this week’s MCV

This latest MCV–which isnow available to view online– contains a detailed story on the new Blockbuster UK and its plans for video games.

We also speak to Ouya and its bid to be a major digital retailer, and Koch Media’s Craig McNicol tells MCV why he feels the firm is about to become a Top Ten publisher of video games and movies.

The issue also features our new-look Retail Essentials section and our revamped DVD & Blu-ray guide, plus an analysis of the points cards market. The full list of contents is below.

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In the latest issue:

  • Blockbuster pledges support to the video games market
  • Ouya and its bid to change digital retail
  • INTERVIEW: Koch MD Craig McNicol on becoming a Top Ten movie and video game publisher
  • Easter sales boom for UK retail
  • 2013 and a new dawn for Pokemon
  • ANALYSIS: Is free-to-play the future of triple-A?
  • DATA AND RESEARCH: Are publishers ditching boxed games?
  • UK retail responds to ‘always on’ Xbox rumours
  • UKIE’s Jo Twist discusses the games industry data crisis
  • Points card special: Activision, Xbox and Sony on selling digital games in physical stores
  • Plus! We speak to accessories giant Gioteck, and reveal the full marketing details for Fire Emblem: Awakening and Star Trek: The Video Game

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