Aggressive competition for the video game customer and weak sales of Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare and Titanfall 2 spoiled GameStop's holiday plans. The Grapevine-based retailer said it's planning to close stores without saying how many. GameStop cited video gaming data released by NPD Group, which showed it lost market share in November, but to a lesser degree in December.
The combined November-December sales decline vs. a year ago was worse in November and improved in December and January, the company said Friday.. . . more