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GAME is being taken to the Court of Appeal by a number of the country’s largest property companies.
PC GAMING WEEK: Budget PC games specialist Excalibur is rebranding itself to simplify its diverse games offering.
GAME's new stores open their doors today, MCV can reveal, and the firm says the outlets will stock a range of 'new products'.
Gamers will have the chance to try PS4 title InFamous: Second Son a month before release at certain GAME stores.
Elliott Advisors, a US hedge fund specialist, has amassed a 99 per cent stake in Game Retail.
The cost of membership to Amazon’s popular Prime service is going up, the retailer has said.
Samsung smartphones are to receive their own dedicated retail presence on the UK High Street.
Online retailer Ebuyer.com is considering opening its first shops on the High Street.
It would appear the biggest game of 2013 is finally landing on PC.
This year, our salary survey shows a slight increase in the average UK games industry yearly wage.
Catalogue retailer Argos posted its best Christmas results in a decade with the help of video games.
UK game stores have played down concerns over a quiet start to 2014.
A games-focused under-the-TV entertainment system will be launched by Amazon in 2014, a new report has claimed.
Retailer GAME increased its share of the UK entertainment market by 2.3 per cent year-on-year for the 12 weeks ending December 22nd.
Worried about Wii U? Excited by Alien: Isolation? Want to find out how much you're worth? Then the latest edition of MCV is for you.
The UK games industry still has faith in Nintendo, but told MCV that drastic action is needed to save Wii U.
OC&C Strategy Consultants’ Christmas 2013 league table has named GAME and the UK’s big High Street winner.
Online indie SimplyGames.com says its 2013 sales were up 120 per cent over 2012.
Listings for a PC version of Grand Theft Auto V have appeared on two of Amazon’s websites.
Sony might not be the only firm planning to introduce its own cloud gaming service.
Even the UK’s High Street retailers are singing Steam’s praises when it comes to selling games.
A second retailer has significantly cut its Wii U asking price.
Another console has seen its RRP significantly cut on the High Street.
Xbox One is the subject of a price cut for the first time by a UK online retailer.
Online retailer Amazon is planning to ship orders to customers before they have even pressed the ‘buy’ button’.