Entries in 'MCV Pacific' (238)
This week, MCV Pacific profiles animation powerhouse Plastic Wax, looks at Singapore's stats and Rugby Challenge 2 is dated.
Well, the evening has come and gone, so now is the time to share some of the highlights with you through the new medium of photograph.
Nintendo is coming to PAX Australia, Naughty Dog is coming to Vivid Festival, and there's a fresh new infographic on Australia's social gamers..
Developers at KMM get laid off, 20% of Christmas sales were made online and several marketing jobs open up.
NPD Group is stating that during all-important December last year, one in five customers was going online for their purchase.
Two big pieces of MCV Pacifc news happened this week: the MCV Pacific Award nominations opened and the 30 Under 30 magazine launched.
Sega Studios Oz is closing its doors, an automated classification system is on the way, and several people played music chairs.
Hype grows around the MCV Pacific Awards this week, while there are a couple of movers and shakers and PAX Australia sells out.
The categories for the 2013 MCV Pacific Awards have been announced this week, while distributor Tuff Kat goes into administration.
Australia's first ever R18+ rated videogame hit shelves this week, and the iGEA and media were there to help celebrate.
Autodesk's pricing gets questioned, Blizzard and EA plan launch events for SimCity, and Riot Games opens an office in Sydney.
NPD Group has released the sales figures for 2012, showing a further decline in traditional retail sales.
ANZ Skylanders sales revealed this week, while Harvey Norman co-owner puts his foot in it with unthinking games comments.
This week down under, MCV takes a look at what GTA V's slip means for 2013, Game Jam voting is set to begin and Path of Exile enter beta.
There are stirrings about the newly implemented R18+ rating this week, with the first titles to merit the new age rating being classified.
With the year drawing to a close and most people already scouring for beer, MCV looks back at the biggest and saddest stories of the year.
Games Radar opens up shop down under this week, while THQ staff resurface at Bluemouth and Android overtakes Apple.
Well, we're all a good few hours into playing our Wii U's now, and sales charts for Q3 this year have come in.
Some personnel shifts down under this week, plus Wii U hits shopping centres in pop-up stores and a huge Asia-Pacific social gaming study.
NineMSN is getting into gaming a dedicated gaming channel and future plans to e-tail, while Call of Duty goes large and Aussie devs get a federal gaming fund.
Halo 4 gets a massive launch this week, while Surprise Attack starts working with Merge and Atomic magazine folds into PC Authority.
AIE takes Koch Media's business in ANZ, Ninja Kiwi acquires Scottish dev Digital Goldfish, and there's more news on R18+ this week.
GCAP happened this week with some big news, while it appears Video Ezy might be grey importing games and Mindscape scores Tecmo.
This week in ANZ, individual states are passing laws for R18+, but not everyone's happy, and MCV explores the Wii U.
THQ has announced this week that it will be closing its Australian office, while EB EXPO has plenty of news in its wake.