Last week, Anel Mujkanovic walked into a Target store in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. He then “took a handicap electric cart and drove around the store coming to a stop in the electronics aisle. After removing one set of urine soaked pants he exposed himself and began to urinate on video games and accessories.”
Fallout 4 Nuka Cola Quantum returns to Target next week! After rapidly selling out last month, the post-apocalyptic beverage is getting an encore release. Target employees and their scalper friends can buy it, or get it free with purchase of Fallout 4 or an Xbox season pass purchase.
My wife let me buy this mask for $15 at Target. She made a horrible mistake.
Citing customer concerns over "the game's depictions of violence against women", Target stores in Australia are no longer selling Rockstar's Grand Theft Auto V. Update: Take-Two Interactive chairman and CEO Strauss Zelnick has issued a statement regarding Target's action.
Remember that time you walked into a big chain store with a shopping bag full of games, thinking you were going to cash out big time, only to leave with a gift card housing barely enough credit to grab even one new game? Of course you do; we've all been there.
Before Monday, André Weingarten figured he was out of luck. A devoted Xbox user from day one—he replaced two red-ringed 360s—Weingarten didn't have a preorder down for the newest console. Then, lo and behold, Target had them in stock online. And then, incredibly, Weingarten had an Xbox One on his doorstep four days…
Last Friday, we reported that Target was canceling PlayStation 4 preorders that had been bundled with delayed games like Watch Dogs and Driveclub. It looks like the retailer is taking action to make good on the console part of those preorders, as well as giving $100 gift cards to make it up to those affected.
Brand confusion has long been an issue for the Wii U. Thanks to the confusing name and the similarities between the look of Nintendo's newest console and their last one, some have mistaken the Wii U for a Wii accessory. This certainly can't help.
It might not be the video game-branded cereal Lisa Foiles craves, but the Atari-classic branded General Mills cereal boxes popping up at Target stores across the country might have you bringing the box back to the breakfast table again.
On December 13 a pair of shoplifters made off with a load of DVDs and video games from a Wisconsin Target store. Then they spent an hour boasting about how easy it was, making fun of other criminals for getting caught. I'm sure the 911 operator listening in on the conversation found it highly amusing.
In today's digital-only edition of Speak Up on Kotaku, commenter TaylorEatWorld tries to find a physical copy of a hit PC game, not knowing what a monumental challenge that is these days.
Back in my day the men and women of the California Highway Patrol were a shining beacon of hope, justice, and racial diversity. The sort of organization that would never have one of their own arrested for allegedly stealing an Xbox from a Target store.
We were expecting Nintendo to (perhaps) slash the price of its current console next month. But we may see a cheaper Wii in North America as soon as Monday, if reports from retailer Target are accurate.
Prepping for the upcoming March 27 launch of the 3DS, Target reminds Kotaku that they now accept DS, DS Lite, DSi and DSXL as trade-ins for store credit at some stores. Current values are: DS - $20, DS Lite - $30, DSi - $45, DSXL - $60. Not bad for essentially cash. But GameStop is running a better deal for 3DS credit…
Target talked about sprucing up the video game section of their stores way back in May, but I haven't seen any sign of that at my local brand-spanking-new, Super Target until this weekend, when this video panel popped up.
After telling you about Best Buy's new trade-in program this morning, Target dropped us a line to let us know that their new electronics trade-in program will handle game trade-ins as well. Is anyone not offering game trade-ins?
Ninja Monkey and Sexy Robot? Those two word combinations alone are enough to get many onboard for Namco Bandai's Enslaved: Odyssey to the West when it ships this September, but which power-granting outfits you get depends on where you preorder.
If you're the kind of shopper who makes a beeline for the game section of any store you enter, the reinvention of Target gaming department should be a welcome change, making games more accessible and organizing by platfom and genre.
We've been told by helpful sources that Target will later this month begin offering you the chance to allow somebody else to install your brand new console for you. All for the low, low price of $99!