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A Nintendo insider is predicting the Wii U will retail for no less than $300, due to “economical” technology that will keep the system competitive without digging The Big N into a larger financial hole...
So excited about PAX East that you forgot which trailers and videos came out this week? Don't worry, we've got the best ones for this week rolled into one...
Nintendo's Wii U won't be able to keep up with the PS3 and Xbox 360, but it may be the first console to handle MMORPGs without compromise. This is according to early impressions from two separate developers who recently weighed in with their impressions of Nintendo's forthcoming console...
Just when it looked like all was lost for high street retail giant GAME, a buyer has swept in to purchase a large bulk of the remaining business. The banks are happy, the remaining employees are certainly happy - but can the chain turn around its fortunes with this much-needed shot in the arm?
GAME Australia could be up for sale in light of parent company The GAME Group plc’s suspension of trading, local managing director Paul Yardley told GamesRadar AU...
So that's it then. Following its request to be removed from the stock market (pretty much the business equivalent of having to leave a party early because you've got drunk and embarrassed yourself in front of all of your peers) GAME has gone the whole hog and filed for administration.
One question though. What does adminstration actually mean? Everyone knows that in business it is a Very Bad Thing, but the full real-world implications are often a bit vague and unexplained. Is GAME dead forever? Is it limping along waiting for the final merciful gunshot to the head? Is it playing for time until it can rise again like a great big retail zombie? Click on and I'll explain all.
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