Tag Archives: walmart
Thu, Feb 10, 2011 | 22:47 GMT
Trion Worlds announced today it plans to offer an exclusive boxed edition of Rift at Walmart, online and in stores.
Sat, Sep 11, 2010 | 15:08 BST
Wed, Aug 04, 2010 | 18:52 BST
Sony has plans to put Move kiosks in retails stores starting on September 11.
Tue, Jul 13, 2010 | 17:09 BST
Live in the US and want to spend more money on Kinect then just $150? Today’s your lucky day, lad.
Thu, May 20, 2010 | 19:39 BST
Walmart has announced the launch of its Gamecenter, an online spot that offers gaming previews, first-looks, and pre-orders.
Fri, Jan 08, 2010 | 07:18 GMT
Wed, Dec 02, 2009 | 19:04 GMT
Walmart’s going mark-down crazy with game prices by cutting $10 off a whole list of gaming titles until Christmas Eve.
Here’s the list, courtesy of Kotaku:
- Mario & Sonic at the Winter Olympics (Wii) – now $40
- Lego Rock Band (Wii) – now $40
- Rock Band: Beatles (Wii) – now $40
- MySims: Agents (Wii) – now $40
- Tekken 6 (Xbox 360 and PS3) – now $50
- Madden 2010 (Xbox 360 and PS3) – now $50
- WWE 2010 (Xbox 360) – now $50, WWE 2010 (Wii) – now $40
- Batman Arkham Asylum (Xbox 360) – now $50
- Dragon Age: Origins (PS3) – now $50
- Left 4 Dead 2 (Xbox 360) – now $50
- Halo 3:ODST (Xbox 360) – now $50
- Uncharted 2 (PS3) – now $50
Also, those in the market for the newly priced $199 Wii will get a $50 gift card (US) to spend on anything and everything Walmart has to offer its customers.
Tue, Nov 03, 2009 | 15:48 GMT
Rumor has it that this Saturday, Walmart plans to hand customers a $100 gift card when they purchase an Xbox 360 Arcade system for $199.
That’s basically getting the console for $99, and you can use the card for groceries, games, Christmas presents, or whatever else tickles your fancy.
Supposedly, the big box store will also have the Sony Blu-ray player on sale for $148.
Keep this as rumor until Walmart releases its weekly sales flier on Wednesday.
Fri, Oct 30, 2009 | 09:05 GMT
Tue, Oct 06, 2009 | 20:48 BST
During an interview with MSNBC – posted below the break – NOA’s Reggie Fils-Aime revealed that the DSi has moved 2.2 million in North America alone.
That’s a massive amount, there.
Reggie also let slip that Walmart is the company’s biggest customer, when asked who its largest retail partner was.
“On a retail basis, certainly from my region which is Canada, the US, and Latin America,” said Fils-Aime, “Walmart is my biggest customer.”
It’s probably because more families shop at the beast of Bentonville than their local game stores, because you can get your potatoes and paper towels alongside the latest Professor Layton instead of making separate trips.
More through the link, via Joystiq.