Friday, July 28, 2006

Reggie shizzle's his zizzle

Wii hops on the fusion bandwagon.

ign reports;

July 28, 2006 - Nintendo of America today announced the impending launch of the Nintendo Fusion Tour, a nationwide festival that marries music and videogames. This year's Fusion Tour will be headlined by Hawthorne Heights and will also feature bands including Relient K, Emery, Plain White T's and The Sleeping.

In news that's every bit as important, the Big N also announced that it will offer Fusion Tour guests a sneak peek at its upcoming Wii console. Nintendo did not specify in what capacity Wii would be on hand, but playable demos are likely. The company's top-ranking executives have stated on numerous occasions that they would like to offer consumers a chance to play Wii for themselves before the console ships.

The Nintendo Fusion Tour schedule is listed below.

  • Sept. 27 Columbus, Ohio
  • Sept. 28 Indianapolis
  • Sept. 29 Detroit
  • Sept. 30 Cleveland
  • Oct. 1 Covington, Ky.
  • Oct. 4 Philadelphia
  • Oct. 5 Worcester, Mass.
  • Oct. 7 Pittsburgh
  • Oct. 8 New York
  • Oct. 9 Norfolk, Va.
  • Oct. 10 Winston-Salem, N.C.
  • Oct. 11 Myrtle Beach, S.C.
  • Oct. 12 Orlando, Fla.
  • Oct. 13 Atlanta
  • Oct. 14 Jacksonville, Fla.
  • Oct. 15 Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.
  • Oct. 17 Jonesboro, Ark.
  • Oct. 18 New Orleans
  • Oct. 19 Houston
  • Oct. 20 Dallas
  • Oct. 22 Phoenix
  • Oct. 24 Anaheim, Calif.
  • Oct. 25 Los Angeles
  • Oct. 26 San Francisco
  • Oct. 27 San Diego
  • Oct. 28 Las Vegas
  • Nov. 2 Spokane, Wash.
  • Nov. 4 Denver
  • Nov. 5 Kansas City, Mo.
  • Nov. 6 St. Paul, Minn.
  • Nov. 7 St. Louis
  • Nov. 8 Milwaukee
  • Nov. 9 Des Moines, Iowa
  • Nov. 10 Champaign, Ill.
  • Nov. 11 Chicago

Fore more information about the Nintendo Fusion Tour, visit the official website.


Fingers crossed that a similer thing hapens here in europe (well England)

My Nintendo tee-shirts

My first Tee-shirt I ordered from the old Nintendo official magazine in the UK over a year ago, British game store gamestation now stocks this teeshirt (except its green in the one by me) among others, they sell for £9.99.

My second Nintendo Teeshirt was an absolutely lucky find, I found this tucked away at the back of a sales rail at a Bhs (british home store) which is a british home and clothing store which I would not normaly be in, but my sister was getting some school uniform. Any how, it was £7 and tucked away behind some little britain teeshirts.

My most recent teeshirt came from my local gamestation, which by the way is the largest game store here in the UK, although it is yet to be listed on there site. Please email us with your teeshirts so we can feature them on the site, if I get any more I will let you know.

Wii launch info at Leipzig expo???

now before you jump to conclusions that this is pure speculation, note that this scan is from the first issue of Ngamer which was formally known as NGC, which was the magazine which in last November revieled that Twilight princess will be playable on the Wii (then revolution).
Plus here is sum little Metroid prime 3 snipets, with Multiplayer!!!Im sorry if you cant read the images if not please veiw our Flikr account where the pictures are in much larger resolutions.
I havnt had a chance to look all through the magazine but if i find anything more I will post it, so stay tuned.

Picture of the DS Headset

No word on its release yet in Europe but Nintendo have surprised me and made a cool looking headset. How comfortable it would be to wear is open to debate but it is cheap which is always a good thing. For those people living in Japan or who like importing the headset is coming out 14th September over there so have fun.

DS Headset

Tuesday, July 25, 2006

Nintendo you cheeky buggas. *Update* im sold

First read nintendo's press release, the start is rather funny but it does make you want to hit who-ever wrote it;

The fourth quarter of 2006 will herald a new era for Nintendo with the launch of its remarkable new Wii™ home video game system. But that’s not what this news item is about! How could that be, you ask? Perhaps the secret to the launch information for Wii is somehow encoded in the text of this news item. You might want to pore over it for a few hours before staying up all night to debate phraseology and comma placement with your friends online. Or maybe it’s all just a scam to get you to read the other games we have launching this fall. One of the two.

As the weather cools down, the Nintendo portable game offerings heat up. FINAL FANTASY® V ADVANCE makes its way to Game Boy® Advance SP on Nov. 6. As series go, FINAL FANTASY is to video games what James Bond is to movies. FINAL FANTASY loyalists will enjoy an opportunity to debate which installment was best.

Nintendo DS™ owners are the big winners. Every week or so, another huge DS title hits, from the Touch Generations title Clubhouse Games™ to fan favorites like Elite Beat Agents™ and Yoshi’s Island™ 2. Clearly a gamer’s idea of paradise, here is Nintendo’s upcoming DS lineup:

Oct. 9: Clubhouse Games™
Oct. 16: Nintendogs™ (Dalmatian)
Oct. 23: Magical Starsign™
Oct. 30: Pokémon® Ranger
Oct. 30: Children of Mana®
Nov. 6: Elite Beat Agents™
Nov. 13: Yoshi’s Island™ 2
Dec. 4: Custom Robo™ Arena
Dec. 4: Kirby™ Squeak Squad

And, for Nintendo GameCube™ owners, The Legend of Zelda®: Twilight Princess will be available for you this fall. An enhanced version also will be a launch title for Wii. That will all happen on … Oh look, we’re out of space
so... what does this all meen well an article on joystick makes an interesting point;
The fourth quarter begins on October 1. Now look at the list. At least one game is released every Monday in the fourth quarter except for the following dates: October 2, November 20 and November 27. November 27 is after Black Friday, so it's out. November 20 is after the launch of the PS3, so that's out too. That leaves us with October 2. The Wii will launch on October 2.
so october the 2nd it is (for now)

*update* Found this on some boards, if you write WII in roman numerals it becomes VVII or 552 as seem as the 2 Vs are apart of the same letter we will take it as 10 (5+5) so that leaves us with 10/2 or october the tenth month on the second day, OMG this is more than a coincidence.

Monday, July 24, 2006

wii get our lightsabers

well not exactly but here is the trailer for the upcoming "heroes" from killer 7 creators suda51 for the wii

Targets, profits and a DS every 2 seconds

next-gen.biz reports;
The continuing success of DS has encouraged Nintendo to reforecast its profits for the year ahead, up from $556 million to $711 million. The company says it expects to sell 6 million Wii consoles and 17 million Wii games this financial year.
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The company announced today that its profits for its first quarter were up 10 percent on strong sales of DS, boosted by DS Lite. Net income was up to 15.6 billion yen ($134 million) in the three months ended June 30, from $120 million yen this time last year.

The firm says it now expects sales of $5.4 billion as opposed to $5.11 billion.

For the quarter ended June 30, Nintendo sold 4.54 million DS and DS Lite units, up from 1.38 million last year. Sales of DS software titles rose from 5.3 million to 18.4 million.

Analyst Jay Defibaugh from Credit Suisse in Tokyo said, "On the handheld side they've been enormously successful with the touch-generation approach. The most recent data shows there has been an improvement in the North American market, with the introduction of DS Lite.''

Nintendo boss Satoru Iwata said that the company is selling machines as fast as it can make them.

On Wii, Nintendo maintained its forecast of 6 million consoles and 17 million games sold by March 2007.

Also it was anounced that 21 million DS's have been sold since its launch, that equates to one every 2 seconds that means that since you started reading this article about 45, no... 46 no... 47 DS's have been sold, now its 50 annnnnnd 51, and so on, 52.

Game 24 Hour Spectacular

Seems Game are spreading the Nintendo love. Every hour there will be special offers but as soon as stocks run out thats it you have to wait for the next hour. There first offer was the DS Lite for half price (£49.99) as of writing they are offering Nintendogs for half price but its only been 12 minutes and already its sold out! So hurry up if you want to buy anything as it finishes tomorrow (25 June) at 11:59am.

Will AMD buying ATI affect Nintendo?

Well the news is out AMD are buying ATI for $5.4 or $5.5 billion depending who you listen to and the questions is will this affect Nintendo and the other video game companies? There's a couple of things that could happen..

  • AMD could force Nintendo to use their processors inside the Wii 2 or refuse to let them use an ATI chipset which would make backwards compatablity hard. Doing this would risk AMD losing GPU contracts which would cost them a lot of money but they could keep the GPU contracts and gain CPU contracts which would mean a large amount of extra income
  • AMD and ATI find a way to make a very fast CPU/GPU in one and Nintendo adopt that but that would brake backwards compatabilty with the PowerPc archetechuire and as the 360 has proved software emulation isn't the greatest.
  • AMD intergrates ATI in computers but allows them to make GPUs for consoles without AMD processors.
Out of all the options personally I can see number 3 happing the most as AMD would get extra money from the computer side and would still get money from the consoles. Also they could develop the GPUs used in the consoles for computers as I believe they are doing with the 360 GPU.

Saturday, July 22, 2006

Miyamoto talks about Wii history and future games

Seems Miyamoto is a busy boy of late giving us lots of information of the Wii and its games. First of it seems that Nintendo were very close to dropping the speaker from the wii-mote but decided to keep it in as third parties requested it. On the game front however a couple of interesting things came out

"He let out one bit of information, confirming first if it was okay to reveal it. Nintendo is making a game in which four players play together by passing a single controller around. The controller calls out player names in order to indicate whose turn it is."

Sounds like something which might happen in Wario Ware to me.

"He also suggested another idea, a game where the controller quietly gives out secret information to individual players as their turn comes about."

Bring on the fights over who got the best secert informations and finally....

"Of the games that have been announced, I'm working fully on Zelda, and also working on Mario Galaxy and Wii Sports. I'm also working on the product that was referred to as 'Remote Pointer Demo' at E3."

Anybody out there heard of "Remote Pointer Demo"?

So overal the Wii continues to sound kick arse now will you just tell us the release date and price already!!!

Friday, July 21, 2006

Only 20-30 Virtual Consoles Games at launch?

Well the latest rumour going round it that there will be only 20-30 virtual console games at the Wii's launch, which to me this makes no sense. The publicity would be enormous launching with 500-1000 games and would ensure people would buy it so they could get there favorite old games .This can't be put down to cost and it wouldn't cost Nintendo a lot to host these games as many are only a few MB in size. Come on Nintendo and prove the rumours wrong and don't let this wonderful opportunity slip.

RSS Feed is back

For people out there that use RSS Feeds like me it will please you to know that you can now sign up to ours from the sidebar, enjoy.

Wednesday, July 19, 2006

Nintendo Wii controler fully explained

I got an Email off a Steko which stated;

I saw an add for this site in the lobby of the local movie theater. I hadn't seen the site before and wondered if you had. Seems to be fairly authoritative. Who ever wrote it is either a fanboy or an employee of Nintendo.

http://electronics.howstuffworks.com/nintendo-revolution.htm

Thanx Steko for the very informative link.

Nintendo Games coming to an iPod near you?

Seems like the iPod rumour mill is in full swing but this time it includes Nintendo, rumours are that the next iPod will have Nvidia graphics and be able to play classic Nintendo games. In a way this could make sense for Nintendo as they could sell games on the iTunes music store as well as through virtual console and tap into the giant user base of the iPod. But surely it would just be easier to release an add on to the DS that lets you play the games you've brought? I guess time will tell on this one but for now I'm calling bogus on it since the iPod doesn't really have the controls needed for games.

Monday, July 17, 2006

tenative title, wtf???

Nintendo of Europe released there revised release date's in which twilight princess is listed as a tenative title, when did this happen i ask? perhaps the Wii and gamecube versions of the game will be given seperate names to distingwish between them? link
Nintendo DS Software
Big Brain Academy (Nintendo) 7 July 2006
Electroplankton (Nintendo) 7 July 2006
42 All-Time Classics (Nintendo) 29 Sep 2006
Nintendo DS Browser (Nintendo) 6 Oct 2006
Sudoku Master (Nintendo) (tentative name) 27 Oct 2006
Actionloop (Nintendo) 27 Oct 2006
Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Blue Rescue Team (Nintendo) 10 Nov 2006
Mario Slam Basketball (Nintendo) 10 Nov 2006
Hotel Dusk: Room 215 (Nintendo) (tentative name) 24 Nov 2006
Yoshi’s Island 2 (Nintendo) (tentative name) 1 Dec 2006
Harvest Moon DS (Rising Star Games/Nintendo) Q4 2006


Game Boy Advance Software
Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Red Rescue Team 10 Nov 2006


Nintendo GameCube Software
Harvest Moon: Magical Melody (Rising Star Games/Nintendo) Q4 2006
The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess (Nintendo) (tentative name) Q4 2006

DS Lite Cracking Up

Well there's hardware problems at any product launch (just look at the xbox 360 or the macbook pro) and it seems a limit problem with the ds lite has been found. On some DS Lites the hinge has started to crack although this shouldn't be a serious problem as it is only a very small portion of the hinge that cracks and I'm sure Nintendo will replace it.

dslite cracked

Sunday, July 16, 2006

Video showing how Mario Hoops is going to play

This Japanese commercial shows how square-enixs Mario Hoops 3 on 3 is going to play and it looks great, hopefully it will be coming to European and American shores soon.

Nintendo of canada rocks

here is a video and site for the promotion of the gameboy micro, its so funny.
Nintendo recovery centre

pearl/ diamond details from wikipedia

DS Browser hits Europe 29th September

Seems like Nintendo is staring to love Europe with the black DS lite coming out here first and now it seems we're getting Opera before America as a release schedule lists it coming out on the September 29th. There's also several games on the list so check it out.

Saturday, July 15, 2006

ign reveal wiimote secrets

some interesting points about how the mote will work. link

Wii Controllers: Unlocking the Secrets
Battery and power specifics, SYNCHRO functionality, rumble motor details, LED secondary purpose and… a camera?

July 14, 2006 - The Big N has been relatively hush-hush about the details of its innovative new Wii console and controller, choosing to release information during major events and then going quiet on the subject. But in official Wii developer documentation obtained by IGN, the company defines many of the hardware specifics and functionalities for its upcoming Wii controllers. We have some of those revelations below.

One of the big questions about the Wii-mote has remained how it will be powered. Official documentation on the topic offers some answers. The pointer will accept two AA alkaline batteries, which will keep it going for a considerable amount of time. If the precision aim functionality of the pointer is being used in games, the device will run for approximately 30 hours. If only the accelerometer functionality is being utilized, the Wii-mote will operate for 60 hours on two AA batteries.

The controller communicates with the Wii console via Bluetooth technology on a 2.4GHz band.

The Wii-mote features 6KB of "non-volatile" memory, whose exact purpose remains a mystery. IGN Wii speculates that this throwaway memory could possibly be used in conjunction with the Wii-mote's recently revealed internal speaker. It's also possible that this memory could enable players to store custom settings for the controller. However, official documentation does not specify one way or the other. In fact, Nintendo is currently offering developers no means to interact with the controller's internal speaker despite showing off games such as The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess, which spotlighted the hardware feature at E3 2006 in Los Angeles.

Recent photos of the Wii console's front flap showcase a button called SYNCHRO, whose purpose seems fairly obvious. The SYNCHRO button is, according to documentation, used to identify Wii controllers that can be used with the console. It assigns each controller a wireless ID number. Evidently gamers first press the SYNCHRO button on the console itself and then find and press another SYNCHRO button located inside the battery compartment of the Wii controller. Documentation also suggests that gamers can hold down the 1 and 2 buttons on the Wii-mote to accomplish the same task.

All of the buttons on the Wii controller are digital in nature. This includes (obviously) the D-Pad, as well as A, B, 1, 2, -, +, Power and SYNCHRO. The C and Z buttons on the nunchuk unit are also digital.

The sensor bar that interacts with the Wii-mote must be placed "above or below" the television set. The bar itself is about 20 centimeters in diameter and features two sensors, one on each end.

The Wii-mote's LEDs serve two roles. The first is to show which player is communicating with the console at a given moment. Player 1 will light up on the far left, Player 2 the next over, and so on. The second purpose is to illustrate battery life. Upon booting up, four LEDs blink when the controller has between 75% and full power. Three LEDs blink to show 50% and 75% power. Two LEDs blink to show 25% and 50% power. And one LED blinks to illustrate anything below that.

The Wii-mote features a built-in rumble motor that can be turned on or off. It does not offer varying degrees of rumble sensitivity. However, according to documentation, more intense vibrations can be simulated if developers rapidly trigger the motor on and off.

Light sources from fluorescent and halogen lamps, plastic, mirrors and more may occasionally interfere with the pointer, based on official documentation. To eliminate this interference, the pointer must identify the sensor bar and mark its two coordinates. When pointing with the Wii-mote, the unit is actually interacting with the sensor bar, which then translates data to the television, in effect simulating a direct aim to the television.

Interestingly, according to documentation the Wii-mote is able to act as something of an eye, measuring coordinates between 0-1023 on the X axis and 0-767 on the Y axis, which means that it is more or less seeing a megapixel image. Whether or not this data can be interrupted into visual information remains unknown, but we're not ruling out the possibility that the pointer could sub as a camera. This is, of course, purely speculative on our part, but stranger things have certainly happened - like, for instance, an internal speaker.

Developers tell IGN Wii that they are expecting to get classic Wii controllers in early September, which suggests that Nintendo is serious about providing this third input alternative for Virtual Console endeavors.

We contacted Nintendo of America for comments on our latest findings.

"There are many details that we've divulged about the console, but there is also more to learn," said the subsidiary's PR manager, Matt Atwood, in a telephone conversation. "However, Nintendo does not comment on rumors or speculation."

Nintendo's new generation console is officially set to launch sometime before the Thanksgiving holiday. However, rumors persist that the machine could debut as early as late October. Nintendo is expected to hold a briefing in September to reveal price and release date. IGN Wii will have more on the system as information becomes available.

Wednesday, July 12, 2006

Animal Crossing Fire Flower

Seems Nintendo of Europe is giving us another free item for Wild World. Travel to a friends village between July 17-23 and you will receive a free Fire Flower through the post to go with the chain chomp they gave away earlier. However this is for European versions of the game only.

Tuesday, July 11, 2006

Hidden Mario Kart DS Circuit

Seems some hackers have found an unfinished track in Mario Kart DS which looks like Mario Circuit from Double Dash. However it's hard to tell since there's no textures but check it out anyway.

Monday, July 10, 2006

The DS download stations are cool...

so like i said i went to check one out today, it worked great, the options available was;
  • mario kart demo
  • brain age demo
  • metroid video
  • metroid demo
  • trauma center demo
  • and what I tried out, the touch golf game
Because i was in a rush i downloaded the touch golf which took about 2 minute and closed my DS to play it later. It also looked like there is animal crossing and nintendog rewards so I will try that tommorow as I will be visiting the solihul ones. Anyway back to the touch golf demo, it gave you a 9 hole half course to play on which playing it has actually convinced me to buy the game as the controls are really good and definatly worth a try, so get out there and find a demo station near you.

Saturday, July 08, 2006

Just a heads up...

If you check the side bar you may notice a few new additions, first is the review section, and although we only have a few reviews on the sub-site at the moment we are looking to build up a large library that you can refur to, If any body wants to submit there own review, then send it to our Email and if its good enough (which im sure it will be) we will add it there aswell. Secondly we have linked our google calendar, which will be kept up to date with Nintendo events, aniversaries and release date(coming soon). So enjoy and sayonara

Friday, July 07, 2006

interesting if ur british

here is a list of all the download stations in the UK, curtisy of british gaming blog
im gonna chechout my local one on monday to give you the low down
Store Location Store
Name
Address
1
ABERDEEN TOYS
‘R’ US
1
BERRYDEN RD
ABERDEEN VIRGIN 133
UNION STREET
ABERGELE THREEWAYS
GARAGE
FAENOL
AVENUE
ALTRINCHAM TOYS
‘R’ US
ALTINCHAM
RETAIL PARK, GEORGE RICHARDS WAY, BROADHEATH
ANDOVER GAMESTATION 49
HIGH STREET
ASHFORD GAMESTATION 1
NEW RENTS
ASHTON
UNDER LYNE
COMET SNIPE
RETAIL PARK, MANCHESTER ROAD
AYLESBURY FINAL
LEVEL CONSOLES
UNIT
2 THE CLOISTERS, FRIARS SQUARE SHOP
AYLESBURY GAME UNITS
36/37, FRIARS SQ. SHOPPING CENTRE
AYR GAME 155
HIGH STREET
BARROW
IN FURNESS
GAME UNIT
26, PORTLAND WALK
BASILDON TOYS
‘R’ US
SOUTHERNHAY
BASINGSTOKE GAME 7
PADDINGTON HOUSE, PORCHESTER SQUARE
BASINGSTOKE GAMESTATION 3
MAYFAIR HOUSE
BASINGSTOKE TOYS
‘R’ US
BRIGHTON
HILL RETAIL PARK, WINCHESRER ROAD
BASINGSTOKE VIRTUAL
GAMES
8
CHURCH STREET
BECKTON GAME 19
GALLIONS REACH SHOPPING PARK, 3 ARMADA WAY
BEDFORD TOYS
‘R’ US
UNIT
A, INTERCHANGE RETAIL PARK
BELFAST GAMESTOP 9
ARTHUR SQUARE
BELFAST HMV 346
DONEGAL ARCADE
BELFAST SMYTH
TOYS
UNITS
3-4, DRUMKEEN RETAIL PARK
BELFAST TOYS
‘R’ US
38
MILL ROAD, NEWTOWNABBEY
BIRKENHEAD GAME 35/37
MILTON PAVEMENT, GRANGE PRECINCT
BIRKENHEAD GAME UNIT
3,THE PYRAMIDS,GRANGE ROAD
BIRKENHEAD POWERPLAY
GAMES AND TOYS
STALLS
94-95,BIRKENHEAD MARKET
BIRMINGHAM GAMESTATION 138
NEW STREET
BIRMINGHAM HMV 38
HIGH STREET
BLACKPOOL ECLIPSE
HOME ENTERTAINMENT
6
BEECH AVENUE
BLACKPOOL GAME UNIT
17 VICTORIA STREET, HOUNDSHILL CENTRE
BLACKPOOL CURRYS CURRYS
UNIT A, SQUIRES GATE RETAIL PARK
BLUEWATER VIRGIN UNIT
L081, BLUEWATER
BOGNOR
REGIS
GAMESTATION 24
LONDON ROAD
BOLTON BUDGET
UK
148-150
CHORLEY OLD ROAD
BOLTON GAMESTATION 37
NEWPORT ST
BOLTON TOYS
‘R’ US
TRINITY
RETAIL PARK, 6 SPRINGFIELD
BOOTLE GAMESTATION 315
STANLEY ROAD
BOSTON GAME 23
STRAIT BARGATE
BOURNEMOUTH VIDEO
GAMES CENTRE
870
WIMBORNE ROAD
BRACKNELL GAMESTATION 40
HIGH STREET
BRACKNELL VIRTUAL
GAMES
56
BROADWAY
BRADFORD GAME UNIT
2, THE BROADWAY
BRADFORD GAME
TRADING
2
ST JAMES ST
BRIDGEWATER INSANE
GAMES
1-7
THE AVENUE, HIGH STREET
BRIGHTON GAME 43/44
WESTERN ROAD
BRIGHTON GAMESTATION 69
WESTERN ROAD
BRIGHTON TOYS
‘R’ US
GOLDSTONE
RETAIL PARK, NEWTOWN ROAD, HOVE
BRISTOL GAME 30/32
MERCHANT SREET
BRISTOL GAMESCENE 723
FISHPOND ROAD
BRISTOL
(CRIBBS CAUSEWAY)
CURRYS CURRYS
UNIT 1, CRIBBS CAUSEWAY RETAIL PARK
BRISTOL
(CRIBBS CAUSEWAY)
COMET UNITC,
CRIBBS CAUSEWAY RETAIL PARK
BRISTOL
(CRIBBS CAUSEWAY)
TOYS
‘R’ US
CENTAURUS
ROAD, PATCHWAY, CRIBBS CAUSEWAY
BROMBOROUGH CURRYS SOUTH
WIRRAL RETAIL PARK
BUDE GAMEPAD 9
QUEENSTREET
BURTON-ON-TRENT GAME 7
UNDERHILL WALK
BURTON-ON-TRENT GAMESTATION 6-8
DAME PAULET WALK
BURTON WOOLWORTHS 9-11
UNDERHILL WALK
BURY
ST EDMUNDS
GAME 42A
THE BUTTER MARKET, CORNHILL
CAMBERLEY VIRTUAL
GAMES
16
PRINCESS WAY
CAMBRIDGE GAMESTATION 11
FITZROY STREET
CAMBRIDGE GAMETRON
EXCHANGE
43
BURLEIGH STREET
CARDIFF HMV UNIT
4, 53-57 QUEEN STREET
CARDIFF TOYS
‘R’ US
HAYES
BRIDGE ROAD
CARDIFF VIRGIN UNIT
7-9, CAPITOL ARCADE, QUEEN STREET
CASTLEVALE COMET UNIT
1, CASTLEVALE RETAIL PARK, CHESTER ROAD
CHATHAM TOYS
‘R’ US
HORSTEAD
RETAIL PARK, MAIDSTONE RD, MEDWAY
CHELMSFORD GAME 16
HIGH CHELMER
CHELTENHAM GAME UNIT
A, 100/104 HIGH STREET
CHESHIRE
OAKS
GAME UNIT
25, COLISEUM WAY
CHESTER HMV 48-50
FOREGATE STREET
CHESTER TOYS
‘R’ US
CHESTER
RETAIL PARK, OLD SEALS WAY
CHESTER VIRGIN 32-36
FOREGATE STREET
CHESTER W
H SMITH’S
5-7
FOREGATE STREET
CHESTER CURRYS UNIT
3 DIVA RETAIL CENTRE, STENDALL ROAD
CHESTERFIELD GAMESTATION 26
BURLINGTON STREET
CHORLEY GAME UNIT
13, MARKET WALK
CLAPHAM GAMESTATION 28-32
HIGH STREET
CLYDEBANK GAME 6
BRITANNIA WAY
CORK SMYTH
TOYS
MAYLOR
STREET
COVENTRY GAME UNIT
22, WEST ORCHARDS CENTRE
COVENTRY GAMESTATION 47
HERTFORD ST
COVENTRY TOYS
‘R’ US
PARKWAY
CRAIGAVON GAME UNIT
16, RUSHMERE SHOPPING CENTRE
CRAWLEY GAMESTATION 4
QUEENS SQUARE
CRAYFORD FUNHOUSE 31
HIGH STREET
CROMER ELECTRONIC
THEATRE
13
BROOK STREET
CROSSGATES
CON
GAMESTATION UNIT
52, ARNDALE CENTRE, CROSSGATES
CROWTHORNE VIRTUAL
GAMES
88
CHURCH STREET, CROWTHORNE
CROYDON CURRYS CURRYS
12 TROJAN WAY, PURLEY WAY
CROYDON TOYS
‘R’ US
TROJAN
WAY, PURLEY WAY
DERBY TOYS
‘R’ US
CHADDENSTON
SIDINGS
DONCASTER PLAYTIME
MULTIMEDIA
40
SCOT LANE
DONCASTER TOYS
‘R’ US
THE
CARR WHITE ROSE WAY
DUBLIN SMYTH
TOYS
FONTHILL
RETAIL PARK, CLONDALKIN
DUBLIN SMYTH
TOYS
UNIT
424, BLANCHARDSTOWN
DUBLIN SMYTH
TOYS
JERVIS
STREET
DUBLIN HMV 65
GRAFTON STREET
DUDLEY GAME UNIT
L98, PHASE 4 MERRY HILL
DUMFRIES GAME 175
HIGH STREET, DUMFRIES
DUNDEE TOYS
‘R’ US
KINGSWAY
RETAIL PARK, CLEPINGTON RD
DUNDEE CURRYS UNIT
7, KINGSWAY WEST RETAIL PARK
EALING SKILL
2000
35
HIGH STREET
EAST
KILBRIDE
GAME 5
THE OLYMPIA
EDINBURGH COMET 113
GLASGOW ROAD, MAYBURY
EDINBURGH GAME UNIT
RU4, OCEAN TERMINAL
EDINBURGH TOYS
‘R’ US
53
KINNAIRD PARK, NEWCRAIGHALL RD
EDINBURGH VIRGIN 125
PRINCES STREET
EDINBURGH HMV 129/130
PRINCES STREET
EDINBURGH
(CAMERON)
GAME UNIT
22, CAMERON TOLL CENTRE
EDINBURGH GAMESTATION 134A
PRINCES STREET
ENFIELD TOYS
‘R’ US
GREAT
CAMBRIDGE RD
ENNISCORTHY BYRNES ENNISCORTHY
BUSINESS PARK, OLD DUBLIN ROAD
ENNISKILLEN GAME UNIT
23, ERNESIDE SHOPPING CENTRE
EPSOM GAMESTATION 30
HIGH ST
EVESHAM GAME UNIT
16, RIVERSIDE CENTRE
EXETER COMET UNIT
7, STONE LANE RETAIL PARK, MARSH BARTON ROAD
EXETER IT
GAMES
17
NORTH STREET
FALLOWFIELD
CON
GAMESTATION UNIT
H, BIRCHFIELDS ROAD
FALMOUTH STANS
GAME EXCHANGE
2B
BERKELEY COURT
FAREHAM GAME UNIT
50, 22 WESTBURY SQUARE
FARNHAM GAMESPOD 10
DOWNING STREET
FOLKESTONE PLAY-AWAY
LTD
31
GUILDHALL STREET
GALWAY SMYTH
TOYS
GALWAY
RETAIL PARK, HEADFORD ROAD
GATESHEAD HMV 22
(68A) CAMERON WALK, METRO CENTRE
GATESHEAD TOYS
‘R’ US
1
METRO RETAIL PARK
GATESHEAD GAME 17
RED PATHWAY, METROCENTRE
GLASGOW GAME GLASGOW,
THE FORT
GLASGOW GAME 97
ARGYLL STREET, DEBENHAMS
GLASGOW GAMESTATION 43
UNION STREET
GLASGOW McLAN
GAMING
89-91
MAIN ST
GLASGOW TOYS
‘R’ US
UNIT
7 FORGE RETAIL PARK
GLASGOW TOYS
‘R’ US
400
HELEN ST
GLASGOW VIRGIN 235
BUCHANAN STREET
GLASGOW
(BRAEHEAD)
CURRYS 136
KINGS INCH DRIVE, BRAEHEAD RETAIL PARK
GLASGOW HMV C/O
UNIT 5/6 LEWIS’S BUILDING, ARGYLE STREET
GLASGOW GAME UNIT
L3/22 BUCHANAN GALLERIES
GLASGOW GAMESTATION 83
SAUCHIEHALL STREET
GLENROTHES GAMESTATION 42
UNICORN WAY
GLOUCESTER TOYS
‘R’ US
ST.
ANN WAY, WIGNET ESTATE
GREAT
YARMOUTH
GAMESTATION UNIT
10, MARKET GATES SHOOPPING CENTRE
GREAT
YARMOUTH
VIRTUAL
REALITY HOME ENT
UNIT
11-12 VICTORIA ARCADE
GREAT
YARMOUTH
WOOLWORTHS 23-24
MARKET PLACE
GREENOCK GAME UNIT
29, HAMILTON WAY
GREENWICH COMET UNITS
4-6, HORNE LANE LINK, GREENWICH PENINSULAR
GRETNA GAME UNIT
53,GRETNA OUTLET VILLAGE
GRIMSBY GAMESTATION 24
VICTORIA STREET WEST
GUILDFORD GAME,
MILLBROOK
DEBENHAMS
HALESOWEN CONSOLES
INC
11A
PECKENHAM STREET
HAMILTON GAMES
CENTRE
81
QUARRY STREET
HANLEY GAME 214-215
THE POTTERIES, STOKE-ON-TRENT
HARLOW TOYS
‘R’ US
QUEENSGATE
CENTRE, EDINBURGH WAY
HARROGATE GAME UNIT
4, THE VICTORIA CENTRE
HARROGATE GAMESTATION 2D
CHELTENHAM PARADE
HAYES TOYS
‘R’ US
HAYES
RD, SOUTHALL
HENLEY
ON THAMES
VIRTUAL
GAMES
31
A MARKET PLACE
HIGH
WYCOMBE
GAMESTATION 16
CHURCH ST
HIGH
WYCOMBE
VIRTUAL
GAMES
47
CASTLE STREET
HUDDERSFIELD COMET UNIT
F, LEEDS ROAD RETAIL PARK, LEEDS ROAD
HULL COMET UNIT12,
KINGSWOOD RETAIL PARK, AITHORPE ROAD
HULL GAME 25
KING EDWARD STREET
HULL GAMESTATION 92
PROSPECT ST
HULL TOYS
‘R’ US
KINGSTON
PARK, KINGSTON ST
ILFORD GAME UNIT
13, EXCHANGE SHOPPING CENTRE
ILFORD TOYS
‘R’ US
HORNS
RD
INVERNESS GAME UNIT
20, EASTGATE CENTRE
INVERNESS GAMESTATION 6-8
INGLISS STREET
IPSWICH COMET UNITS
2-3, ANGLIA PARK, BURY ROAD
IPSWICH TOYS
‘R’ US
LONDON
RD, COPDOCK INTERCHANGE
IRVINE GAME UNIT
26A, RIVERGATE
IRVINE GAMES
CENTRE
UNIT
38,THE FORUM CENTRE, BRIDGEGATE SQUARE
KETTERING GAME 18
NEWLANDS CENTRE, GOLD STREET
KILMARNOCK GAMES
CENTRE
66-72
TITCHFIELD STREET, KILMARNOCK
KILMARNOCK GAMESTATION 52
KING STREET
LAKESIDE THATZ
ENTERTAINMENT
UNIT
512,BROMPTON WALK
LANCASTER GAME UNIT
15, ASHTON WALK
LEAMINGTON GAME 5
LOWER MALL, ROYAL PRIORS CENTRE
LEEDS GAME 14
KING CHARLES WALK, SCHOFILED CENTRE
LEEDS HMV 1
VICTORIA WALK, HEADROW CENTRE
LEEDS PLAYTIME
MULTIMEDIA
74
MERRION CENTRE, LEEDS
LEEDS TOYS
‘R’ US
GELDERD
ROAD, BATLEY, LEEDS
LEEDS VIRGIN ALBION
STREET
LEEDS CURRYS WEST
YORKSHIRE RETAIL PARK, BIRSTALL
LEEDS GAME UNIT
50, WHITE ROSE CENTRE, DEWSBUY RD
LEICESTER CURRYS FOSSE
PARK SOUTH, EVERARD WAY
LEICESTER EXTREME
GAMEZ
UNIT
2, MILL LANE MEWS, ASHBY-DE-LA-ZOUCH
LEICESTER TOYS
‘R’ US
ST.
GEORGE’S RETAIL PARK, ST. GEORGE’S WAY
LEICESTER VIRGIN 8
CHURCHGATE
LEICESTER
FOSSE PARK
COMET UNIT
7, FOSSE PARK SHOPPING CENTRE
LEIGH CANNINGS UNIT
14,SPINNINGATE
LEIGH GAMESTATION 37
BRADSHAWGATE
LEOMINSTER GAME
FREAKS
1
CHAPPLE WALK, BURGESS STREET
LINCOLN GAME 9-12
CORNHILL
LINCOLN TOYS
‘R’ US
1
THE SIDINGS
LISBURN GAME 6
BOW STREET
LISBURN SMYTHS
TOYS
UNIT
6-7, SHANE PARK SHOPPING CENTRE
LIVERPOOL CHIP
SHOP 2000
9
SLATER STREET
LIVERPOOL CURRYS ORMSKIRK
ROAD, AINTREE
LIVERPOOL CURRYS UNIT
9, EDGE LANE RETAIL PARK
LIVERPOOL D-DOTCOM
LTD
UNIT
59, NORTH MERSEY BUSINESS CENTRE, WOODWARD ROAD, KIRKBY
LIVERPOOL GAME UNIT
33, CLAYTON SQUARE
LIVERPOOL HMV 22/36
CHURCH STREET
LIVERPOOL TOYS
‘R’ US
9
PAISLEY ST
LIVINGSTON TOYS
‘R’ US
UNIT
2, ALMONDVALE RETAIL PARK
LLANELLI GAMESTATION 11
VAUGHAN STREET
LONDON
(CRICKLEWOOD)
CURRYS UNIT
4, STAPLES CORNER RETAIL PARK, GERON WAY, CRICKLEWOOD
LONDON
(FULHAM)
CURRYS UNIT
B AND C, HURLINGHAM BUSINESS PARK
LONDON
(OLD KENT ROAD)
TOYS
‘R’ US
460
OLD KENT RD
LONDON
(OXFORD CIRCUS)
HMV 150
OXFORD STREET
LONDON
(OXFORD STREET)
GAME 100
OXFORD STREET
LONDON
(OXFORD STREET)
GAME
(DEBENHAMS)
334-348
OXFORD STREET
LONDON
(OXFORD STREET)
HMV 360
OXFORD STREET
LONDON
(PICCADILLY)
VIRGIN 1
PICCADILLY
LONDON
(TOOTING)
NEW
AGE ELECTRONICS
12
TOOTING HIGH STREET
LONDON
(TROCADERO)
HMV COVENTRY
STREET
LONDON
(WANDSWORTH)
GAME 61
SOUTH MALL, WANDSWORTH SHOPPING CENTRE
LONDON
(WIMBLEDON)
GAME 1
THE BROADWAY
LONDONDERRY GAME UNIT
5, RICHMOND CENTRE
LOUGHBOROUGH GAME 31-32
CARILLON COURT
LUTON TOYS
‘R’ US
GIPSY
LANE
LYTHAM
ST. ANNES (15)
CHIPS 21
THE CRESCENT
MACCLESFIELD BITS
N PIECES
13
CHURCH STREET
MAIDENHEAD VIRTUAL
GAMES
1
KING STREET
MAIDSTONE GAME 366-367
CHEQUERS CENTRE
MAIDSTONE GAME 13
WEEK STREET
MANCHESTER TOYS
‘R’ US
CENTRAL
RETAIL PARK, GREAT ANCOATS ST
MANCHESTER VIRGIN TRAFFORD
PARK
MANCHESTER
90
HMV 90/100
MARKET STREET
MANSFIELD GAMEJAM 17
REGENT STREET
MERRY
HILL
GAME UNIT
L98 PHASE 4, BRIERLY HILL, WEST MIDLANDS
MERRY
HILL
GAMESTATION UNIT
52 MERRY HILL CENTRE, WEST MIDLANDS
MEXBOROUGH GAMEBASE 100
CHURCH STREET
MIDDLESBROUGH CHIPS 63-65
BOROUGH ROAD
MIDDLESBROUGH GAME 71/73
LINTHORPE ROAD
MIDDLESBROUGH GAMESTATION 108
LINTHORPE RD, CLEVELAND CENTRE
MILTON
KEYNES
EPLAY UNIT
10 SUNSET WALK
MILTON
KEYNES
VIRGIN 8
MIDSUMMER PLACE
MILTON
KEYNES
CURRYS THE
PLACE RETAIL PARK, ELDERGATE
MORECAMBE GAMESTATION 25
ROYALTY MALL
NEWARK GAMESTATION 9
ST MARKS PLACE
NEWCASTLE GAME 3
CHEVY CHASE, ELDON SQUARE
NEWCASTLE HMV 56
NORTHUMBERLAND STREET
NEWCASTLE VIRGIN MONUMENT
MALL, 15-21 NORTHUMBERLAND STREET
NEWPORT
(ISLE OF WIGHT)
GAME 63
HIGH STREET
NORTH
SHIELDS
CURRYS SILVERLINK
RETAIL PARK, COAST ROAD, WALLS END
NORTHAMPTON COMET UNIT
C, NENE VALLEY RETAIL PARK, ST JAMES MILL ROAD EAST
NORTHAMPTON TOYS
‘R’ US
TOWCESTER
RD
NORWICH COMET 150-160
MILE CROSS LANE
NORWICH TOYS
‘R’ US
WESTWICK
ST
NOTTINGHAM CHIPS 4
CROFT ROAD, ARNOLD
NOTTINGHAM PLAYTIME
MULTIMEDIA
29
TANNERS WALK, BROADMARSH CENTRE
NOTTINGHAM TOYS
‘R’ US
RIVERSIDE
PARK, QUEENS DRIVE
NOTTINGHAM CURRYS UNIT
6C, CASTLE MEADOW RETAIL PARK
NOTTINGHAM GAME UNIT
308A, VICTORIA CENTRE
NUNEATON GAMESTATION 2A
MARKET PLACE
OLDBURY TOYS
‘R’ US
WOLVERHAMPTON
RD
OLDHAM COMET 27-29
CENTRE RETAIL PARK, ELK MILL, BROADWAY
OLDHAM GAMESTATION 22-24
HENSHAW STREET
OSWESTRY TOTALLY
GAMES
39A
CHURCH STREET
OSWESTRY TOTALLY
GAMES
39A
CHURCH STREET
OXFORD EPLAY 8
GEORGE STREET
OXFORD GAMESTATION UNIT
10, WESTGATE CENTRE
OXFORD TOYS
‘R’ US
BOTLEY
RD
PAISLEY GAMES
CENTRE
UNITS
22-23, IN SHOPS,THE PAISLEY CENTRE, HIGH STREET
PETERBOROUGH TOYS
‘R’ US
BOURGES
BOULEVARD
PETERBOROUGH VIRGIN QUEENSGATE
CENTRE
PLYMOUTH GAME 81/83
NEW GEORGE STREET
PLYMOUTH GAMESTATION 104
CORNWALL ST
PLYMOUTH TOYS
‘R’ US
FLORA
STREET, WESTERN APPROACH
PLYMOUTH VIRGIN 140
ARMADA WAY
PONTEFRACT TOTAL
GAMES
1
MARKET PLACE
PONTYPRIDD GAMESTATION 70
TAFF STREET
PONTYPRIDD POWER
GAMES AND COMPUTERS
2
TAFF VALE SHOPPING CENTRE,TAFF STREET
POOLE TOYS
‘R’ US
5-9
NUFFIELD RD
PORTHCAWL GAME
IT
28
JOHN STREET
PORTSMOUTH TOYS
‘R’ US
OCEAN
PARK, BURRFIELDS RD
PRESTON ECLIPSE
HOME ENT
165
GARSTANG RD
PRESTON TOYS
‘R’ US
DEEPDALE
RETAIL PARK, BLACKPOOL RD
READING TOYS
‘R’ US
KENAVON
DRIVE
READING GAMESTATION UNIT
5, THE SQUARE, CHALFONT WAY
REDCAR GAME UNIT
8, REGENT CENTRE
RHYL GAME 38
HIGH STREET
RHYL THE
GAMES EXCHANGE
107
HIGH ST
ROCHDALE GAMESTATION 52
ROCHDALE EXCHANGE SHOPPING CENTRE
ROMFORD GAMESTATION 12
STEWARDS WALK
ROMFORD THATZ
ENTERTAINMENT
RUNFORD
SHOPPING MALL
ROTHERHAM COMET UNIT
18, RETAIL WORLD, STADIUM WAY
RUGBY GAME 45/46
CLOCKTOWER CENTRE
RUGBY GAMESTATION 34
MANNING WALK, THE CLOCK TOWER CENTRE
RYDE OUTLAND
VIDEO GAMES
67
HIGH STREET
SAFFRON
WALDEN
GAME
ON
30
HIGH STREET
SCUNTHORPE GAME 58
HIGH STREET
SCUNTHORPE TOYS
‘R’ US
GALLAGHER
RETAIL PARK, DONCASTER RD, GUNNESS
SHEFFIELD PLAYTIME
MULTIMEDIA
103
PINSTONE STREET
SHEFFIELD PLAYTIME
MULTIMEDIA
31
MARKET STREET, MEADOW HALL CENTRE
SHEFFIELD TOYS
‘R’ US
MEADOW
HALL SHOPPING CENTRE, ATTERCLIFFE COMMON
SHERRINGHAM ELECTRONIC
THEATRE
12
CO OPERATIVE STREET
SHREWSBURY TOYS
‘R’ US
MEOLE
BRACE RETAIL PARK, HEREFORD RD
SOLIHULL COMET SEARS
RETAIL PARK, MARSHALL LAKE ROAD
SOLIHULL GAME MILL
LANE
SOLIHULL TOYS
‘R’ US
UNIT
6 OAKENSHAW RD, SOLIHULL
SOUTHAMPTON SHOLING
VIDEO
52-54
ST MONICA ROAD, SHOLING
SOUTHAMPTON TOYS
‘R’ US
WESTERN
ESPLANADE
ST
ALBANS
GAME UNIT
32, THE MALTINGS
ST
HELENS
GAMESTATION 30/32
LAGRANGE ARCADE
ST
HELENS
CURRYS CURRYS
UNIT 11, RAVENHEAD RETAIL PARK
STAFFORD DISKS
AND DISCS LTD
UNIT
7 SHERIDAN CENTRE, 8 MOUNT ROW
STAFFORD GAME 4-6
GAOLGATE STREET
STAINES GAMESTATION 54
HIGH STREET
STEVENAGE GAME 64
QUEENSWAY
STEVENAGE GAMESTATION THE
FORUM
STEVENAGE TOYS
‘R’ US
ROARING
MEG RETAIL PARK, LONDON RD
STEVENAGE CURRYS UNIT
1, ROARING MEG SOUTH
STIRLING GAME UNIT
24, THE THISTLE CENTRE
STOCKPORT GAMESTATION 65
PRINCES STREET
STOCKPORT TOYS
‘R’ US
PEEL
CENTRE TRADING PARK, GREAT PORTWOOD ST
STOCKTON-ON-TEES COMET UNIT
13, TEESIDE RETAIL PARK
STOCKTON-ON-TEES GAMESTATION 134B
HIGH STREET
STOCKTON-ON-
TEES
TOYS
‘R’ US
NEWMARKET
AVENUE, TEESIDE RETAIL PARK
STOKE-ON-TRENT TOYS
‘R’ US
FESTIVAL
PARK
STOURBRIDGE PLAY
X
22
MARKET STREET
STOURBRIDGE PLAY
X
174A
SOUTH ROAD, NORTON
SUNDERLAND GAMESTATION 27
BLANDFORD STREET
SWANSEA COMET UNIT
1 ENTERPRISE PARK, NANTVFFIN ROAD
SWANSEA TOYS
‘R’ US
PARC
TAWE RD, NORTH DOCK, SWANSEA
SWINDON TOYS
‘R’ US
OXFORD
RD
SWINDON VIRTUAL
GAMES
12
MARKET STREET
TAMWORTH GAMESTATION 35/35A
GEORGE STREET
TELFORD GAME 32
SHERWOOD STREET, TELFORD SHOPPING CENTRE
THETFORD GAMEZONE/GLOBELZONE UNIT
1, ST GILES LANE
THORNTON-CLEVELEYS ECLIPSE
HOME ENTERTAINMENT
130
VICTORIA RD WEST
TILEHURST VIRTUAL
GAMES
2
THE COLONNADE, OVERDOWN ROAD
TROWBRIDGE GAMESTATION 46
THE SHIRES SHOPPING CENTRE
UXBRIDGE GAMESTATION 31
CHEQUERS SQUARE
WAKEFIELD TOYS
‘R’ US
WESTGATE
RETAIL & LEISURE PARK, IGNS RD
WALSALL ACTION
REPLAY
UNIT
27, QUASAR CENTRE, PARK STREET,
WALSALL GAMEBOXX UNIT
7, THE ARCADE, BRADFORD STREET
WALSALL GAMESTATION 42
OLD SQUARE SHOPPING CENTRE
WARRINGTON GAME 16
THE MALL, GOLDEN SQUARE CENTRE
WARRINGTON TOYS
‘R’ US
610
EUROPA BOULEVARD
WEDNESBURY CURRYS M6
AXLETREE WAY
WELLING FUNHOUSE 25
HAILEY ROAD
WELLS INSANE
GAMES
2
ST CUTHBERT STREET
WEST
BROMWICH
GAME 61
SANDWELL CENTRE
WEST
DENTON CON
GAMESTATION UNIT
2B, STAMFORDHAM ROAD
WEST
THURROCK
CURRYS UNIT
A1, LAKESIDE RETAIL PARK
WEST
THURROCK
GAME UNIT
106 (DOWNSTAIRS), LAKESIDE SHOPPING CENTRE
WEST
THURROCK
TOYS
‘R’ US
UNIT
1B, LAKESIDE RETAIL PARK
WEYMOUTH GAMESTATION 95
ST. MARY ST
WIDNES THE
GAMES COMPANY
150
WIDNES RD
WIGAN GAME 27
STANDISH GATE
WILLENHALL GAMESTATION UNIT
4, KEYWAY RETAIL PARK
WITNEY GAME UNIT
22, WOOLGATE CENTRE
WOKING TOYS
‘R’ US
CHURCH
STREET WEST
WOLVERHAMPTON GAME 5
DUDLEY STREET
WORTHING GAME UNIT
3, MONTAGUE CENTRE
WREXHAM GAME 42/43
HOPE STREET
WREXHAM GAMESTATION 50/52
REGENT STREET
YEADING COMET 1
SYGNET WAY, OFF WILLOW TREE LANE
YEOVIL GAME 13/15
VICARAGE WALK, QUEDAM SHOPPING CENTRE
YEOVIL GAMESTATION 10
HIGH STREET
YORK TOYS
‘R’ US
CLIFTON
MOOR CENTRE, HURRICANE WAY