Entries in 'australia' (134)
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.
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.