GameStop Goes Digital to Stay in the Game

Gamestop (NYSE:GME)

Bricks-and-mortar game retailer GameStop Corp. (NYSE:GME) has made a couple of acquisitions that the company expects to help it pick up some business in the online video gaming market. It could work, but there are caveats.

Buying What's Out of Favor: Activision Blizzard and Electronic Arts

Activision Blizzard, Inc. (NASDAQ:ATVI) and Electronic Arts Inc. (NASDAQ:ERTS)

When it comes to gaming companies that are actual investments and not just another one-trick pony, it narrows down to the two best players with billion dollar market caps: Electronic Arts Inc. (NASDAQ:ERTS) and Activision Blizzard, Inc. (NASDAQ:ATVI).  Why buy now?  Both of these stocks are less than $1 away from their 52-week lows.

The Bet Against Take-Two vs. Activision and Electronic Arts

Video Games

The best video game makers today can be argured down to Activision Blizzard, Inc. (NASDAQ:ATVI),  Electronic Arts Inc. (NASDAQ:ERTS), and Take-Two Interactive Software, Inc. (NASDAQ:TTWO), but that does not imply their stock price reflects the popularity of the big three.

Electronic Arts Lowers Its Guidance -- Again (ERTS, TTWO)

Electronic Arts (ERTS)

If Electronic Arts (NASDAQ:ERTS) lowers its full year guidance just one more time, then it will be a 'charm'.  ERTS has once again lowered its future revenue expectations, the 2nd time in two months and its also dragging down Take-Two Interactive (NASDAQ:TTWO) shares.

Video Games Bet on Music with the Beatles and DJ'ing

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Electronic Arts Shares LEFT 4 DEAD

Electronic Arts (ERTS)

Electronic Arts Inc. (NASDAQ:ERTS) has received as much negative attention in the last 2 days as TARP or our failing U.S. Auto Industry, but a warning and a lack of a guidance isn't enough to throw ERTS under the bus.

Video Game Maker stocks are actually Positive Today

Video Games

Finally the proper reaction to October video games sales of $1.31 billion in U.S. retail stores on hardware, software and accessories.  The major game makers are up for today.

Electronic Arts shares ready for a comeback

Electronic Arts (ERTS)

Electronic Arts Inc. (NASDAQ:ERTS) shares fell Friday despite Video Games sales rising in October. Shares of ERTS are $1 away from a new 52-week low and for long-term investors, there's hope with Rock Band, EA Sports Active, and lowered expectations.

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