If you thought that used games was a part of the industry that seems to be abused by GameStop, you're going to love this bit of news: GameStop wants to start selling used DLC. How exactly will it work? Well, GameStop offers a bit of an explanation on how they plan to make it happen.
GameStop will be improving the trade-in value of their games by 20% beginning August 18th. The new initiative is designed to help give customers more value for their trade-ins and more incentive to buy games while in the store.
Batman: Arkham Knight has more than one playable vigilante. A leaked GameStop ad reveals that players can take on the role of the infamous Red Hood in a DLC pack.
Want free cash? Want free cash that you can use for your Xbox One? Well, GameStop is giving away $5 of free Xbox Live store cash, right now.
The first details on Assassin's Creed Unity's DLC have been leaked. A sign at GameStop reveals that gamers who pre-order Unity will get an exclusive mission.
GameStop has announced a new way for gamers to purchase their new Xbox One. The retailer is allowing customers to put the console on layaway.
Big box with a cool new game? Check. Awesome special edition box art? Check. Booklets and energy drinks? Double check. Glow-in-the-dark condoms? Oh you better believe it.
Microsoft, EA and GameStop have their share of haters but the Human Rights Campaign isn't among them. The organization named those three companies as some of the Best Places To Work
GameStop is staffing up in preparation for the next generation of consoles. They plan to hire about 17,000 employees across the United States for this holiday season, which will see the launch of next-gen consoles Xbox One and PS4.
The Bravado Banshee, a two-seat sports car featured in every Grand Theft Auto game since GTA 3, will be returning in Grand Theft Auto V. One lucky gamer will also get a real version of the car through a new giveaway.
Hold on to your butts; the console war just got a little bit more interesting. There has been lots and lots and lots of good news for the Sony camp today. First up, the PS4 faces inventory shortages or a “sell-out” situation over in Europe and GameStop confirms that the PlayStation 4 indeed does have more than a million pre-orders waiting in the wings thanks to their first-to-know list.
GameStop, the one company you learn to love to hate and hate to love because it's the most popular brick and mortar retailer that gamers feel are both a plague and a cornerstone of access to their favorite video game titles. Well, some gamers are opting to boycott the retailer while at the same time GameStop is opting to bring in more gamers with their PlayCation promotion.
As an absolute palm-to-the-face of the former Xbox One's policies, GameStop wants gamers to cash-in and cash-in big on used game trade-ins. That's right, if you want some cash back (or store credits, in this case) you can do so by using the available 50% extra in-store credit coupon that GameStop has made available to the gaming public.
GameStop has no more PS4 consoles for sale... even though the console isn't even out yet. The console pre-order supply has run dry several months before the release of Sony's next-generation home gaming device. I guess it's kind of obvious who's winning the pre-console war race right now.
Gran Turismo 6 will ship with over 1,200 cars. There's a way to get even more, though. Participating retailers will offer additional cars to pre-order customers.