Posted on Monday, March 26th, 2012 at 6:00 PM by Guest
Today, the first of the GAME and Gamestation doors shut their doors to the public due to GAME announcing they’ve officially gone into administration this morning.
It’s been estimated that around 300 of the 609 UK stores will cease training immediately with more to follow if a buyer is not found soon.
GAME’s website has been taken down as well as of today with the message of “we hope to be back up and running very soon.” being displayed.
How do you think this will affect us in how we buy our games now and is this a sign that we’re moving into the direction of digital downloads only? Leave a comment below on your thoughts and also check out my article that was posted last week on how I think this will affect us here.
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