Entries in 'australia' (134)
The current head of buying at GAME in the UK, Kathryn Jarvis, is to join the retailer’s Sydney office after taking up the position of commercial manager at its Australian ...
The Nintendo Wii has become the fastest selling console in Australia, claiming a two million installed base in 47 months.
The Australian arm of Sony Computer Entertainment has won a temporary injunction that has banned the importing or sale of a new PS3 hacking tool until August 31st.
There has been further positive noises regarding the possibility of the introduction of a new R18+ rating for video games in Australia.
Apple has confirmed that the iPhone 4 will be launched in 17 new countries this Friday, July 30th.
Following a troubled few months at its UK operations, a number of redundancies have been made at the Australian arm of video games retailer GAME.
Sony is beating its chest after hitting a brand new sales milestone in Australia.
Distributor Funtastic has backed out of the Australian games market.
The Xbox 360 has now sold over 1m units in Australia and New Zealand, Microsoft has confirmed.
Though we're unlikely to see any delays to the UK’s continental-based video games deliveries unless the disruption continues for far longer, Iceland’s Eyjafjallajökull volcano is causing major disruptions to Australia’s ...
It has emerged that John Rau, the new South Australian attorney-general, is not the huge supporter of the introduction of an R18+ video game rating as had previously been suggested.
Nintendo is celebrating another victory in the war against the R4 card with news that an Australian distributor has been heavily fined for selling the device.
Australia is edging closer to the creation of an R18+ classification as preliminary results from the government’s public consultation shows the majority of citizens are in favour of the new ...
Australia’s games industry set new sales records last year, with total revenues coming in at AUD $2.05 billion.
The Australian government has at last opened up the debate on whether or not its classification system should be restructured to accommodate adult or mature video games.
Australia’s Attorney General has claimed the decision to ban Aliens Vs Predator from release was in “the public interest”.
UK developer Rebellion has emphatically stated that it will not be producing an edited version of its upcoming Aliens vs Predator to appease classification boards who ban the game.