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GameStop announces Madden NFL 13 pre-order bonuses and exclusives

GameStop announces Madden NFL 13 pre-order bonuses and exclusives

There are legions of gamers all around the country counting the days until August 28, when EA's Madden NFL 13 launches. GameStop has announced that Madden 13 is up for pre-order, and the company is talking about the pre-order bonuses and free launch exclusives you can get. If you're a huge fan of the franchise, you'll definitely want to pre-order at GameStop because you get two very nice exclusives.

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GameStop announces Google Nexus 7 tablet pre-orders

GameStop announces Google Nexus 7 tablet pre-orders

GameStop has announced that it is now ready to take pre-orders for the Google Nexus 7 Android tablet. The company has been selling Android tablets and other gadgets for a while now. With the Nexus 7 tablet being unveiled this week, there's a lot of anticipation centering on the new Google offering. The tablet will be the first to feature Android Jelly Bean, and it will launch mid-July.

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GameStop PS3 DLC partnership is future of retail

GameStop PS3 DLC partnership is future of retail

The leading video game retailer in the US has forged a partnership with Sony, announced right at the beginning of the world's biggest video game trade show. GameStop will begin selling downloadable content for the PS3 in nearly all major regions around the world, in a testament to the drastically changing environment of retail in a digital distribution world.

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GameStop touts Android tablets at 1,600 stores

GameStop touts Android tablets at 1,600 stores

It seems as though GameStop's bold move to begin offering Android tablets alongside its traditional packed shelves of traditional console and handheld video games may be working out in its favor. The retailer has gone from a bunch of test stores to now selling Android devices in no fewer than 1,600 locations. Among the tablets that the #1 US games retailer sells are those from Acer, Asus, Samsung, and Toshiba.

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MacBook Pro 2012 GameStop sales tip Apple gaming future

MacBook Pro 2012 GameStop sales tip Apple gaming future

Back a few weeks ago when it was rumored that Apple CEO Tim Cook was visiting Valve, we wrote up an article which tipped what we suspect here in May once again: a full-fledged OS X gaming push. Here in May we're to understand that the MacBook Pro 2012 model will be sold at GameStop stores across the nation. Could this be Apple's big push for gaming on the OS X desktop operating system environment, at long last?

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GameStop begins selling PS3 for $199

GameStop begins selling PS3 for $199

Although Sony hasn't officially cut the price of the PS3 since last fall, GameStop has taken it upon itself to slash the cost of the system to the magic sub-$200 mark. The retailer now lists the 160 GB version of the Sony console as being available for $199.99. That is $50 less than Sony's manufacturer's suggested retail price of $249.99. The cheapest place in the country to buy a new PS3 right now is GameStop.

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GameStop ‘DLC warning’ now obligatory in California

GameStop ‘DLC warning’ now obligatory in California

Thanks to a class-action lawsuit against the largest games retailer in the US, GameStop locations in California are now required to post a warning on used games that details limitations concerning free DLC and online subscriptions that may be otherwise advertised on the box. The warnings must be posted on all applicable individual game boxes and must warn consumers that they may have to spend additional money on downloadable content or fees if it is a used game.

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GameStop sales dive amidst digital revolution

GameStop sales dive amidst digital revolution

The #1 games retailer in the US just released numbers for its fourth quarter, historically the best and most lucrative period for any retail chain. But for GameStop, it wasn't all good news, as the company reported a decline from the previous year, leading to total 2011 profits of nearly 80% of what they were in 2010. It isn't a good sign for the company that used to show consistent and reliable growth.

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