Entries in 'Retail' (319)
Angry Birds creator Rovio says that High Street stores should use augmented reality (AR) to make shopping more fun.
The Wii U is finished, say leading games retailers.
The boss of GameStop has admitted that Wii U has fallen short of both its own expectations and those of its creator Nintendo.
Indie hit Salt and Sanctuary is to be subject to a physical release on PS4, developer Ska Studios has confirmed.
US retail giant GameStop has rolled out an… interesting marketing push to promote its trade-in scheme.
Loot boxes seem to be very much the thing right now, so it isn’t the biggest shock in the world to hear that another company is trying to muscle its ...
UPDATE: All Uncharted 4 stock sold at CEX and on eBay was the result of a violent assault and theft, PlayStation has said.
It’s not out until May 10th, but some people have already got their hands on upcoming PS4 shooter Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End.
Retailer Amazon has decided that it will only sell certain games to members of Amazon Prime.
Retail’s hope of integrating the digital games market into its pre-owned model looks less likely than ever.
Ubisoft was the hero on the High Street last month, with The Division and Far Cry Primal topping the UK charts.
Tech company HTC has for the first acknowledged the issues that have been plaguing HTC Vive customers.
Both players in the upcoming clash of the VR titans have been plagued by pre-release supply problems.
Just before Christmas GAME warned its shareholders that sales had been lower than expected.
Virtual reality headsets won’t be available in console-like numbers at launch.
Sony’s PlayStation VR has sold out once again.
PlayStation VR is off to a great start on Amazon.
The revenue generated by game downloads has officially become one of the measures by which the Office of National Statistics measures UK inflation.
Consumers are to be given the chance to try the HTC Vive VR experience at branches of Currys PC World.
The physical version of Square Enix’s new Hitman won’t be released until next year.
Australian retailer Target has said that it has not begun packaging R18+ rating games in plain boxes in its stores.
The Japanese arm of Amazon has begun allowing international customers to buy video games.