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MCV Pacific Weekly Wrap-Up

Leigh Harris
MCV Pacific Weekly Wrap-Up

This week, Rugby Challenge 2 breaks its street date, Sony tours with a The Last Of Us designer and some role changes happen within EA.

Here’s a roundup of the biggest news this week on MCVuk.com’s sister site MCV Pacific:

  • Deus Ex: Human Revolution: Director's cut is the second major console game to have its Wii U port handled by Melbourne-based developer Straight Right. MCV got a chance to speak with Tom Crago about the team's Wii U work and his plans for the future of the studio.
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  • Ricky Gambier (pictured), designer from Naughty Dog, has been in Sydney this week touring to promote The Last Of Us. His stops included being on a panel at the huge Sydney Vivid Festival, and hosting an IGN Australia Black Beta event on Thursday night.
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  • The all-important antipodean rugby game from Wellington-based developer Sidhe, Rugby Challenge 2, has broken its street date in Australia, but is still holding in New Zealand.
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  • EA Asia-Pacific has had a few changes to its PR and Marketing structure, with Snezana Stojanovska now heading up PR for APAC, Jodie Van Hibb moving into a marketing role for EA Sports and Frank PR being switched out for Naked Communications.
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MCV Pacific is a new digital venture from Intent Media, the UK publishing company behind the world’s leading video game b2b brand, MCV. Make sure you sign up to the MCV Pacific Newsletter. To find out how MCV Pacific can support your business year-round across its online, email and social channels, contact Lesley Blumson on +44 (0) 1992 535 647 or lesley.blumson@intentmedia.co.uk.

 

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Tags: ea , MCV Pacific , sony computer entertainment australia , the last of us , Straight Right , Tom Crago , Rugby Challenge 2 , Deus Ex: Human Revolution: Director's Cut , Ricky Gambier

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