EUK not delivering Resistance 2 to UK high street majors

By Patrick Garratt, Monday, 1 December 2008 20:00 GMT


According to this GI story, something of a disaster may be on the cards for Resistance 2 in that EUK – the Woolworths-owned distributor that went into administration last week – has failed to deliver the game to UK high street stores.

Apparently Zavvi, WHSmith and are still awaiting their supply of the anticipated first-person shooter, originally released on Friday November 28.

A spokesperson from Deloitte, which currently serves as the administrator of EUK and Woolworths, said: “Since EUK went into administration, the administrators have either met or spoken with the majority of customers and suppliers and constructive talks are ongoing.”

Whoops. More through there.

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