The UK's biggest sole video game retailer has today filed for administration.
You've all heard the story about little Johnny's mum taking a game back to the shop, complaining that it has "aliens" in it, which aren't suitable for little Johnny. But should this fictional child have ever gotten the game into his possession to begin with? Do age ratings mean anything? Do people knowingly sell to under-age children? All this and more in this week's Godcast Extra.
This week in Godcast Extra, Alex joins Adam, Calvin and Tony to discuss what a release date means in 2011, why people shop where they do and what what business models online and high-street retailers use to drum up business. GodisaGeek.com
Deep Silver today announced the signing of a publishing agreement with Wargaming.net about a retail version of World of Tanks. Deep Silver will get the exclusive right to publish and distribute the retail version of World of Tanks in the following territories: UK, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Italy, Nordic countries, Benelux, Spain, Portugal, Greece and France. […]
When you’re looking forward to the release of a game that’s on the horizon everything always seems that little bit too far off. Having the opportunity to watch some gameplay footage of that game you’re longing to be able to play helps to make it slightly more realistic, almost as if you’re playing the game […]
The retail edition of the upcoming FPS blockbuster Red Orchestra 2 – Heroes of Stalingrad sees a new release date: Following the recently announced new online release date, the boxed versions will now accordingly be hitting the shelves of retail stores throughout the UK and Ireland on Friday, September 16th, 2011. The recommended retail price […]