Also Game Boy Advance
May 28, 2002
Infogrames has announced D&D -based electronic games for PS2, Xbox, GameCube, and Game Boy Advance.
But Street Date Is Memorial Day
May 21, 2002
We'd been hearing about confusion over the release schedule for the Judgment expansion for Magic: The Gathering , which is starting to arrive now, so we checked with Wizards of the Coast.
Season 2 Box Out pre-X-Mas
May 19, 2002
The Transformers GI Season 1 DVD Boxed Set (srp $59.95) is not sold out.
In Run-up to May Release
May 18, 2002
Although the Spider-Man movie did not debut until May 3, its influence was already apparent in the Top 10 Cool products in several categories in April.
'Our Customers Invested Over $250 Million'
April 29, 2002
Decipher has announced that it will donate over $1 million in financial backing, product, and promo materials to the Star Wars CCG Player's Committee.
For Episode II CCG
April 27, 2002
We recently published an article on Gamestop breaking the release date on the Star Wars: Episode II CCG , which prompted this response from a writer who wished to remain 'anonymous' at an unnamed distributor.
But WotC's Box Gets Smaller, Stores Bleeding
April 21, 2002
Hasbro released its first quarter 2002 numbers today, and the toy and game giant narrowed its loss to $17 million, an improvement over the unexpectedly large $25 million loss in the first quarter of 2001.
And No Written Hold
April 17, 2002
We heard from a buyer for another specialty retail chain, who told us that while Gamestop was 'notorious' for breaking street dates, in this case his chain had also been shipped earlier than necessary to make the street date.
Wizards of the Coast Orders Product Pulled
April 16, 2002
Chain stores across the country, including outlets of the Gamestop chain, began selling Wizards of the Coast's new Star Wars Trading Card Game: Attack of the Clones almost two weeks before the official street date of April 23rd.
Stock Will Be Available
April 9, 2002
Cards Inc. of Watford, England has purchased the entire stock of the Star Wars CCG produced by Decipher. Decipher recently lost the license for the Star Wars CCG to Wizards of the Coast...