Entries in 'australia' (124)
NPD Group is stating that during all-important December last year, one in five customers was going online for their purchase.
Average prices in Australia have been falling significantly in 2012, now representing an all-time highest drop for the industry.
Australian video game sales totaled $1.161bn in 2012, resulting in a 23 per cent contraction compared to 2011.
Namco Bandai’s colourful RPG Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch has been delayed in the UK and Europe.
Violent video games are directly to blame for an increasing acceptance of violence in everyday society, an Australian police commissioner has claimed.
PriceWaterhouseCoopers has today confirmed to MCV that on Sunday the remaining GAME stores will close their doors for the last time.
PriceWaterhouseCoopers, administrator for GAME, has today announced that 16 stores are set to close today, with all stores closing soon.
Adult-themed games look set to finally get an official route into the Australian market.
Retailer JB HiFi has officially admitted that it is selling imported stock in its Australian High Street stores.
As the world this morning wakes up to Diablo III, gamers in Australia have been saved from disappointment by Blizzard.
Administrator PriceWaterhouseCooper has said that it is already talking to a “number of parties” about a possible acquisition of GAME’s Australian arm.
Customers who have paid a deposit for Diablo III at GAME Australia have been left out of pocket.
The upcoming game based on TV IP The Walking Dead will not be released in Australia or New Zealand.
Electronics retailer Dick Smith has apologised to customers after running a sale with little stock, by slashing the price of its games.
Customers who felt mislead by the advertising of the iPad 3 in Australia are eligible for a refund following a complaint by The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission.
Australia and New Zealand have fared well in the global recession, due in part to our proximity to Asia and relative economic isolation from the US.
Video games retail in the Pacific region is not unlike that of Europe.
GameStop does want to buy GAME, but it doesn’t want the chain’s Oz business.
An interesting anomaly on the Australian Classification Board web site had The Darkness II classified in July and December.