I think I’ve stepped into a Wal-Mart maybe once in my life, and I doubt I’m missing that much. I can’t vouch for their gaming selection, but there are now reports that Wal-Mart could be getting into the used game business, and this could really end up hurting Game Stop.
GameStop has confirmed that it's experiencing "strong demand" for Sony's upcoming PlayStation 4 console, with 600,000 members of the retailer's PowerUp Rewards program signing up for the PS4 "First to Know List."
With the economy still in bad shape, it’s depressing to see so many companies and local businesses going under.
Keeping in line with a newly developing trend, some Wii U games are set to go on sale before the Wii U console itself.
The first reviews of Resident Evil 6 went live last week, with some publications claiming the game was “an unforgettable experience.”
If you didn't get your Wii U pre-order in at Gamestop by now, you'll have to look elsewhere.
As the saying goes, everything old is new again, and this is especially true of gaming.
We've reported on several interesting developments in the gaming world over the past few weeks.
GameStop CEO Paul Raines says his company is open to selling the Android-powered Ouya console, which recently managed to raise over $8 million on KickStarter.
You can now confirm your $499 game-centric Android tablet.
With the next iteration of Nintendo's Wii expected to launch in the next couple months, the question that everyone is already asking is when the next Xbox and PlayStation products will hit the shelves.
We recently ran a story about how games are becoming more realistic than ever with today's technology, but I'm not sure this is such a good thing.
It might not be a good time to be Gamestop.
Google's first officially-sanctioned tablet is selling like hotcakes.
Gamestop will add Google's newly announced tablet to its nascent roster of Android devices.
Gamestop is working hard to ensure it doesn't get lost in the gaming industry's push to digital distribution.
The retailer that needed to prove its relevance in a changing landscape may have done just that.
Step aside, surgeon general. There's a new product that's getting slapped with a warning label.
One of the most talked-about - and most controversial - rumors of the next Xbox won't come to pass, says the leading US games retailer.