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Codemaster’s Early Access racing title Dirt Rally may be set for a physical release early next month.
The ignominious fall of the PlayStation TV has seen Sony’s streaming microconsole slashed to an all-time low in the US.
Retailer GameStop has said that a trio of this quarter’s big releases sold fewer units than it had anticipated.
Retailer GameStop has reported an annual fall in sales and profit.
Gamers looking for a cheaper Wii U or 3DS now have an official route to score a cheaper console.
A quarter of a century after its release in the UK, the Mega Drive could be a star performer this Christmas.
The Advertising Standards Authority has said that it won’t be pursuing further measures against Activision concerning a mistake made in the marketing for Call of Duty III pre-order content.
GAME CEO Martyn Gibbs takes MCV on a tour of the company’s flagship Westfield Stratford outlet, and reveals the latest innovations taking place in games retail
The North-East is the latest UK region to gain Amazon’s Prime Now delivery service.
Bethesda’s Fallout is one of just four IPs to have sold more than half a million units in a week in the UK.
Retailer Green Man Gaming has announced a change in the way it does things in reaction to its recent scuffle with Reddit.
Retailer Green Man Gaming has questioned the motivations of a Reddit games deals thread after it made a string of what it believes are unfounded accusations.
A new PS4 bundle including three of Sony’s high-profile remasters is on the way later this month.
Fallout 4 has tripled the sales of its predecessor New Vegas, rocketing to number one in the UK retail rankings.
Publishing label Excalibur is considerably cutting back on its simulation business as it invests more into its own IP.
Microsoft’s first-party controller revenue has shot up by two-thirds during 2015, according to GfK Chart-Track.
Take-Two CEO Strauss Zelnick says the publisher will continue to launch multiple triple-A boxed games a year, despite the rapid growth of its digital business.
A market dedicated to selling retro games and merchandise takes place this weekend, and the organisers expect it to give a huge boost to retailers.
Call of Duty, Fallout and Star Wars Battlefront must deliver if UK games retail is to turn around a difficult 2015.
Square Enix has announced a 2016 retail release for former digital-exclusive Life Is Strange.
Retailer GAME has denied suggestions that its own systems are to blame for the Fallout 4 pre-order fracas.
It’s been a couple of rough months for GAME customers, to say the least.
Asda has turned on Black Friday, signalling its desire to move away from the sales event it helped popularise in the UK.
Many customers who have been unable to contact GAME’s customer services concerning their botched Fallout 4 orders will not be receiving the game today.
Craig McNicol, Northern Europe MD, and Paul Nicholls, sales and marketing director for Northern Europe, discuss Koch Media’s big changes during the last year, reveal the benefits of being both ...