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Xbox One: Pre-order with £20 deposit, Game and Blockbuster lead the way

Xbox One: Pre-order with £20 deposit, Game and Blockbuster lead the way

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Moments after the official unveiling of Xbox One and it's already available for pre-order in the UK, even though there's no official price or release date yet. But that hasn't stopped Game and Blockbuster from leading the way in the UK. Both companies... >>

GAME to sell tablets including Nexus 7 and iPad, further proof of the changing landscape of gaming

GAME to sell tablets including Nexus 7 and iPad, further proof of the changing landscape of gaming

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UK videogames retailer Game is to soon sell tablets as part of its in-store offering across its 150 shops nationwide. It will stock a range of devices, from cheap, entry-level Android tablets to big brand models, such as the iPad 4, iPad mini and Nexus... >>

OUYA available to pre-order in UK for £99 from GAME

OUYA available to pre-order in UK for £99 from GAME

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As Pocket-lint told you exclusively back in January, the OUYA Android console will cost £99 in the UK. And although it hasn't quite hit the March release date we were also given at the time, it is now available to pre-order. UK games retailer GAME has... >>

PS4 pre-orders open for business, with no exact release date or price

PS4 pre-orders open for business, with no exact release date or price

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The PlayStation 4 has been announced by Sony, but there are no pricing details or exact release date beyond "Holiday 2013 yet - we haven't even seen the console itself. But that hasn't stopped some retailers listing it as available for pre-order already.... >>

GAME looking to acquire HMV stores

GAME looking to acquire HMV stores

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GAME, the British videogames retailer that only just survived administration in early 2012, is interested in acquiring a number of stores in the UK from music, video and gaming chain HMV, currently suffering its own administration woes. It's a huge turnaround... >>

Comet in trouble, administration looms for UK retailer

Comet in trouble, administration looms for UK retailer

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GAME owner OpCapita is facing similar troubles with its Comet retail chain that led to its own buy-out of the videogames high street brand. Reports today claim that the electronics retailer is on the brink of entering administration. Like with GAME since OpCapita... >>

Game to add free Wi-Fi to stores to entice customers back through doors

Game to add free Wi-Fi to stores to entice customers back through doors

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In an incentive to win back customers affected by its recent troubles, Game has announced a partnership with BT in order to provide free wireless internet access in its 341 existing stores UK-wide. The chain is hoping that this will encourage shoppers... >>

GAME woes all but over as Nintendo returns to store

GAME woes all but over as Nintendo returns to store

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Just before the GAME Group went into administration, and perhaps partly because of, major videogames publishers pulled out of trading with the troubled UK retailer. Famously, Electronic Arts withdrew Mass Effect 3, so that the store chain missed out on... >>

GAME exits administration as OpCapita promises no more job losses

GAME exits administration as OpCapita promises no more job losses

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As was expected, GAME has now exited administration as OpCapita has bought the UK assets of the GAME Group PLC for what is expected to have been £50 million - consisting mostly of debt repayments. The deal is not good news for suppliers or employees... >>

GAME rescued by OpCapita deal

GAME rescued by OpCapita deal

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GAME, the troubled UK high street video game retailer, looks to have been saved by a deal that is expected to be confirmed on Sunday morning. According to The Telegraph and the BBC, OpCapita, a consortium previously linked to buying GAME in the past,... >>