Entries in 'australia' (21)
Customers of Origin in Australia could soon have similar refund rights as those in the EU.
Australia has long been notorious for the costly price of games.
The Interactive Games & Entertainment Association has revealed that Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare was the best selling game in Australia last year.
The co-creator of Hotline Miami 2 has told Australian fans to bypass their country’s banning of the game by pirating it.
The Australian Classification Board has refused to classify Hotline Miami 2, effectively banning the game from the country.
Take-Two: Removing GTA V from stores 'flies in the face of everything that free society is based on'
Publisher Take-Two has slammed Target and Kmart’s decision to pull GTA V from its shelves.
Microsoft has once again cut the price of the Xbox 360 console in Australia.
Nintendo’s New 3DS and New 3DS XL will arrive in Australia this side of Christmas but are still not due in Europe until 2015.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission is challenging Valve over its 'no refunds' policy.
Sony is continuing its roll-out of the slimmed down Vita PCH-2000 with a launch Down Under next month.
Gamers in Australia and New Zealand will have to wait a bit longer to get their hands on Metal Gear's next-gen debut.
Kickstarter is planning a November launch in Australia and New Zealand.
ZeniMax owned Skyrim publisher Bethesda has set up camp in Sydney.
The Australian arm of games retailer EB Games has issued an apology for a Grand Theft Auto V display in one of its stores that used sherbert as fake cocaine.
Having already endured a troubled development, KMM’s Whore of the Orient has hit fresh controversy.
An edited version of Saint's Row IV has been passed by the Classification Board at the third time of asking
Deep Silver’s Saints Row IV has once again been blocked from release in Australia.
The future of the Basic model of Wii U was further questioned when reports suggested Australian retailer EB Games would be recalling the SKU.
A second game has succumbed to Australia’s Classification system.
Deep Silver’s Saints Row 4 has become the first game to be banned in Australia since the introduction of new classification guidelines.