Game over: the end for bricks and mortar games retailing?

Game over: the end for bricks and mortar games retailing?

www.guardian.co.uk
Game retailers need to follow indie bookshops to survive the threat posed by supermarkets and plunging disposable incomesA few weeks ago, I went into the Bath branch of Game to buy an Xbox 360 copy of Lego Star Wars. It's an old title, but part of an immensely popular series;...
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