In case you guys haven't heard or noticed, Gamestop has been getting into a lot more than just games as of late. Last year they started options like tablet sales, trade-in programs and more. This week Gamestop has confirmed their
GameStop has announced that its game streaming service will be launching in summer 2013, but at least at first, it won't be available on consoles. Dubbed "Spawn," GameStop has been talking about this cloud gaming service ever
We are still confused with this bizarre Google Nexus 7 tablet release, but now have multiple confirmations that the device is being shipped from multiple channels across the US and UK. Here in the US Gamestop and Staples are both
Adapt or die is what appears to be the case here with GameStop. Back in late October they started offering Android tablets in-stores along with a few pre-loaded games for free as incentive and apparently that trial run of 200
Gamestop is in the news today for more than a few reasons. For one they've now started allowing buyers to trade in used games, consoles, iPods and more all for Steam gift cards -- Yup Gamestop is being nice to the PC gamer again.
Who wants an uber sleek and lightweight tablet that also packs a punch with that quad-core mobile processor from NVIDIA? I know I do! Apparently Gamestop either knows something we don't or they've made a minor (big) mistake
Say what you will about GameStop, as many have and will, but you can accuse them of being anything less than shrewd business. To that end they're expanding their mostly console and portable video game stock to include Android