JB HiFi could potentially become a digital competitor in the future, while AFL Live 2 gets a release date and Fruit Ninja comes to Vita.
Here’s a roundup of the biggest news this week on MCVuk.com’s sister site MCV Pacific:
- When announcing its financials, JB HiFi mentioned its intentions to go digital with music, movies and games. When questioned further on the games aspect, a representative stressed that the plans were for the future, and there were no immediate details on what JB's strategy would be yet.
- Playstation Vita owners can now download the Aussie-developed (and 500 million selling) Fruit Ninja, ported by Aussie studio Big Ant.
- Always one to hit its niche, AFL will be getting the videogame treatment from Tru Blu Entertainment and HES on 12th September with AFL Live 2.
- We take a look at what the new hardware will have to do to stand the test of time in a market which is changing faster and less predictably than ever before.
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