MCV Pacific Weekly Wrap-Up

Leigh Harris
MCV Pacific Weekly Wrap-Up

The Australian GTA V launch is set to be massive, while a petition against slower broadband speeds has a go at the new Aussie government.

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

  • A huge petition currently sporting over 200k signatures (of Australia's 23 million population) is demanding that the new government reconsider its much slower alternative to the labour government's National Broadband Network.
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  • MCV interviews the founder of a new sub-distributor, former All Interactive employee Brad Ellis who has already got some 150 stores under his belt.
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  • All Interactive Entertainment has picked up Polk Audio's new Xbox One range and will have Polk as a client going forward.
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  • Grand Theft Auto V is set to have the biggest launch in Australian history, with a launch party in Sydney and the backing of more EB Games stores than any other product the retailer has ever had.
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  • Dead Rising 3 has been rated by the Australian Classification Board this week, scraping in with an R18+ rating.
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