I don't know how you fit 19 video games in your pants, but at least one guy does. (Allegedly.)
Last night we posted an image of a copy of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 that a reader had purchased in a Tampa, Florida Kmart. Then it started popping up on eBay and Craigslist. Then videos from the game starting popping up. How was everyone getting copies of a game that wasn't supposed to go on sale until next…
Purchasing a Nintendo 3DS at Kmart between March 27 and April 2 will score customers a $25 credit good towards any 3DS launch game, from Street Fighter IV 3D to Nintendogs+Cats. Check out the deal at Kmart's Gamer Blog.
Kmart has discounted games like Goldeneye, Call of Duty: Black Ops, and Epic Mickey as part of a sale lasting from now until the end of the year. For those of you not counting, that's five days from now.
Kmart's new review policy, which places customer game reviews on their store shelves, recently went live with some important tweaks.
The most important new name in video game criticism could be yours with the help of Kmart.
Want to have massive influence over the powers of marketing and publishing that back the world's biggest video games? Then you might want to try writing a game review for K-Mart.
Blur comes out next week, and should you choose to pick the game up at Kmart or Sears for some strange reason, you'll find a chromed-out BMW waiting for you when you launch the game.
Walmart isn't the only retailer planning to knock down prices this month for video games. We've gotten our hands on the flier showing of Kmart's big Black Friday deals as well.
Retailer Kmart's online presence ran an advertisement online earlier today, promoting a "new low price and a new exciting Playstation 3," a promotional image that now seems to have been pulled, but is still accessible online.