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Submitted by uneasiest 478d ago | opinion piece

Death Of The High Street – An Inevitable Future?

Clive of Corrupted Cartridge writes "After the UK’s biggest games retailer, GAME, barely survived financial ruin on our High Streets last year, the prophets of digital doom were out in force. Even more recently, entertainment giant Blockbuster Video has fallen like a misunderstood Colossus in Team Ico’s seminal PS2 classic." (Culture)

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