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Wreck-it-Ralph: Who can you spot in this new screen?

New screen of video game themed animated movie Wreck-It-Ralph have emerged, giving an early taste of the treats laying ahead for gaming fans. Wreck-It-Ralph is a new animated film from Walt Disney and is due for release later this year. It tells the tale of the aforementioned Ralph, a (fictional) …

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Who, if anyone, will buy GAME?

Leading financial and retail experts are all eyeing up a move for GAME Group. But as-of-yet only one has made a firm offer. Some GAME rivals have even readied funds in preparation of a possible administration – with the firm’s 19.4m loyalty card database and GAME.co.uk domain amongst the targets. …

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Who will buy Metaboli?

Digital retailer Metaboli is an acquisition target for major video game firms. MCV has been told twice that distribution giant Arvato is set to buy the company, but twice Arvato has strenuously denied it. We are not currently in discussions with Metaboli about purchasing the business,” a spokesperson told MCV. …

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Doctor Who to materialise in March

The BBC will release Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock in March for PlayStation Vita and PS3. The game will be download only and available via PSN, with a PC version to follow. Doctor Who fans can check out the first gameplay trailer below, which reveals The Eternity Clock will be …

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UKIE welcomes eBay ruling

Trade body UKIE has praised the news that eBay could be accountable for its users selling counterfeit goods. The European Court of Justice ruled that trade sites may be liable as part of a ruling on a case filed by cosmetic firm L’Oreal. The court said that owners of online …

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BBC: Well be catalyst for growth

The BBC believes it can revolutionise the games market with Doctor Who: The Adventure Games. The third-person action PC title is a downloadable free-to-play episodic adventure. But the broadcaster doesn’t believe that giving the game away for free will hurt the games sector, and instead could bring about change for …

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