We started as a one-man band.
Welcome to nzgameshop.com! We are a fast paced, forward thinking, and dynamic internet based retailer of Video Games and entertainment products.
We operate from our custom built head office in Chesterfield, UK, which houses the central command station for our entire operation and is responsible for the picking, packing and dispatching of your order, as well as everything before, during and after that process. After noticing that gamers in New Zealand were paying same of the highest prices in the world for video games we decided that enough was enough and created nzgameshop.com to bring you the biggest titles at the best prices!
This is what we do.
We entered the market with a core objective of bringing the online community a video game and entertainment offering at the best possible value. Many years later we continue on that same path and have broadened our product offering to include categories like Music, DVD & Blu-ray, Books and Toys & Games. All in all we have almost 100,000 products for sale on our site and that offering is growing every day.
Launched nzgameshop.com selling a range of products but specialising in Video Games as well as other gaming categories like Board & Card Games. We also launched our Player Points program with the site.
We quickly understood that there was a need for other products that fell into categories like DVD & Blu-ray, Music and Books. We also launched a huge range of Toys and Games.
We moved into our custom built headquarters in Chesterfield, UK, where our entire operation is now based. This makes getting your order out to you much quicker.
We added thousands of products in the Vinyl Records and Books categories to our website and continue to diversify the products we have on offer to meet our customers needs.
Here's to the future.
We will work tirelessly to bring you the most on trend products and the best prices and will push the boundaries of our product offering further and further to ensure nzgameshop.com is your one stop shop for all things entertainment.
"Video games ruined our lives, good job we have two more..."
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