Entries in 'Retail' (623)
UK GAME stores will give those awaiting Destiny the chance to play Bungie’s online multiplayer shooter early.
Retailer GameStop has brought in significant digital revenue direct from its brick-and-mortar shops, company president Tony Bartel claims.
GameStop has claimed that over 70 per cent of the Season passes Ubisoft sells for its games are sold on the High Street.
Publishing label Sold Out has told indies they shouldn’t ignore the opportunities that remain available in the traditional boxed market.
The US government is taking Amazon to court over its refusal to abide by FTC suggestions regarding in-app payment policy.
The recently announced original Alien film DLC for Sega's Alien: Isolation will be available to all owners of the game at some point in the future.
Back in 2007 – at the start of the last console generation – there were over 1,000 video game specialists on the High Street. 1,070 to be precise.
Retailer GameStop wans to increase the amount of exclusive content it can offer customers who use it to pre-order games.
Global retail giant GameStop told MCV this week that its UK website has seen ‘triple digit’ growth over the last few years.
MCV has launched a brand new event for video games retailers – Games Retail 2020.
Amazon has launched its Appstore Developer Select programme in the UK, Germany, France and Spain.
Kickstarted strategy title Planetary Annihilation is now available to buy at GAME – despite the fact it’s still in development.
Deep Silver has picked up the North American retail distribution rights for downloadable PC hit Goat Simulator, the publisher has announced.
A retail version of free-to-play PC shooter Ghost Recon Phantoms is now available exclusively from GAME.
Retailer ShopTo has started taking pre-orders for Nintendo’s Amiibo figures.
Reward Card points and Gift Card credit can now be combined in the GAME Reward app.
Kantar Worldpanel consumer insight analyst Jules Williams examines the opportunities and challenges involved in this lucrative market...
The video games industry should follow in the footsteps of the music sector and rid itself of digital rights management (DRM).
Despite expanding on the successes it has enjoyed with the Kindle, Kindle Fire and potentially promising Fire TV, Amazon’s new Fire Phone has been criticised by some analysts.
Michael Thomasson’s officially recognised ‘world’s largest games collection’ has sold for $750,250 (£442k).
Thousands of former employees at collapsed retailer have been awarded damages by an employment tribunal.
Fancy a free console? Then it’s yours for the bargain price of just your personal pride and some physical pain.
UPDATE: GAME has contacted MCV with two points of clarification:
The Guinness Book of World Records' officially sanctioned 'World's Largest Video Game Collection' is up for sale.
Nintendo will release a new 2DS hardware SKU in Europe next month.