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GameStop held its latest earnings call on May 26 and, along with financial reports, stats and all of the usual jibba-jabba, the games retailer had a few predictions to share for the upcoming E3 trade sow.
GameStop recently decided to take advantage of their close connection with the video game market and launched their very own publishing company called GameTrust. The first game to come out of the publishing company was announced as Insomniac Games’ Song Of The Deep, and now GameStop has added three more collaborations.
GameStop has a notorious trade-in program for those who have tired of the games collecting dust on their shelves or those ready to trade in their last-gen system for a next-gen system. But now GameStop is happy to announce that there is a way to get more than the usual trade-in price for your PS4 or Xbox One.
Valve and HTC are serious about putting VR headsets in as many homes as possible. The pre-orders for the HTC Vive have been fairly strong and they've decided to increase the presence of the device by opening up kiosks at GameStop and Microsoft Stores across the nation, at select locations.
Microsoft, Rockstar, GameStop and Best Buy have all collaborated on a bundled deal for the Xbox One that includes a practical steal on a ton of great games at a really cheap price, stuffed into a reasonably priced package for the Xbox One. What am I talking about? Well, at Best Buy and GameStop you can get several games and the Xbox One console and a Shark Card for only $349.99.
If there’s one thing Pokemon know how to do, it’s fight. Now the question remains: Do you? The answer to that question can be tested this month as GameStop gets ready to host a Pokken Tournament tournament (you read that right) that will pit players against one another in pocket-monster-sized fisticuffs.
The release window for Sony's upcoming PlayStation VR may have just been leaked by the GameStop CEO, Paul Raines. This happened during an interview with Fox Business where they talked up the potential of VR technology and how VR could be an $80 billion dollar industry by 2025.
It looks like Amazon wants to gain a stronger foothold in the games market, offering a new deal for Prime users that would grant a 20 percent discount on new games.
GameStop typically steps away from older consoles a generation or two after they’ve ridden off into the sunset. As of today, however, the retailer is moving in the opposite direction, selling retro consoles and games through its online store.
If you thought your retro collection of gaming gear was completely useless and good for nothing more than collecting dust, you must not be aware of GameStop's newest initiative. The company will be taking back old gaming gear and giving you some in-store coin for those games, controllers and sorely outdated consoles.
GameStop locations around the country have begun accepting donations for the family of Robert Wilson III, a Philadelphia police officer who was shot and killed last week. Starting today, customers can make contributions in any amount to Wilson’s memorial fund and 100 percent of the collections will be given to his family.
If you’re looking to dive deep into the PlayStaiton family of consoles, or perhaps just gain access to your PlayStation 4 from two rooms in the house, then there is a promotion at GameStop this week that you might want to take a look at. In short, it gives you a free PlayStation TV with the purchase of a PlayStation 4.
If you’re looking to kick off your New Year with Master Chief, then GameStop has you 100 percent covered. The popular chain of games stores will host a “Halo Day” this Saturday, Jan. 2, offering up “savings and exclusive goodies” to series fans who drop by for the festivities.
GameStop wants to make the most of the Christmas and holiday weekend by getting gamers to spend any and all their gift money on new and used games and consoles. In fact, they even have a special buy two, get one free sale going on right now and through the weekend to entice fence-sitters.
From consoles to games, GameStop’s leaked Black Friday ad includes 12 pages worth of deals that might make you consider dropping the turkey legs early in order to wait in line for some big savings.