Entries in 'MCV Pacific' (254)
Australian videogame cocktail bar 'The Mana Bar' opened its second venue on Saturday in Fitzroy, Melbourne.
The Game Developer's Association of Australia (GDAA) today confirmed Game Connect Asia Pacific (GCAP) for 2011.
NSW Attorney-General Greg Smith will not be supporting the introduction of an R18+ rating for games in Australia at the upcoming Standing Committee of Attorneys-General (SCAG) meeting on Thursday.
Amongst Australian releases this week are Call of Juarez: The Cartel, Earth Defense Force: Insect Armageddon and Limbo for PS3.
Namco Bandai have announced a single screening of the animated feature Tekken: Blood Vengeance to take place in Sydney on 27 July. This screening will be one of a very ...
Australian independent game developer Brawsome has confirmed today that its puzzle adventure game MacGuffin's Curse, will be releasing on 27 October for PC, Mac (via Steam), iPad and iPhone.
Ubisoft Australia have appointed Nehad Kenanie as their new PR and promotions executive.
Sega Australia Pty Ltd has today confirmed that its hyper-violent Kinect title 'Rise of Nightmares' has received an MA15+ age rating in Australia.
Anomalous Interactive, an indie developer from Melbourne, has announced the release of its first game: Slingshot Justice. The title is a point and click arcade shooter which sees a schoolyard ...
Freeplay Independent Games Festival has put out a call for speakers to present at its August 20 and 21 event at the State Library of Victoria in Melbourne.
Although many more publishers and developers are still to come, EB Games has confirmed the attendance all platforms holders as well as THQ, Sega, Ubisoft, EA, 2K, Activision, Namco Bandai ...
THQ has revealed a zany pre-order offer for Saints Row: The Third with Professor Genki's Super Ethical Reality Climax.
The Interactive Games and Entertainment Association (iGEA) has announced its support for MCV Pacific's launch in Australia and New Zealand welcoming the focus on local trade news and information.
After kicking off at AV Con (pictured) in June, Triumph Leisure Solutions (TLS) plans to carry on monthly World Cyber Games (WCG) events throughout 2011, and has big plans to ...
Sniper: Ghost Warrior has been a quiet achiever in Australia / New Zealand, selling almost 70'000 units in the territory so far becoming AFA Interactive's biggest title for 2011 so ...
The GameTech 2011 event attracted over 100 executives and professionals from within the Australian games industry when it was held at Luna Park in Sydney in late June.
Train Conductor and Train Conductor 2: USA have been hugely successful titles for freshman indie developer The Voxel Agents, just passing half a million paid sales and counting.
One of Australia's newest developers, Uppercut Games, has announced its first title 'Epoch' for iPhone 3GS and iPad 1 and up.
Triumph Leisure Solutions (TLS) has acquired the World Cyber Games (WCG) brand and plans to open e-sports up to a broader community, while raising the level of the competitions themselves.
QV Software (QVS) has acquired the distribution rights to Dead Island for Australia and New Zealand.
Australian broadcaster ABC3 has extended the running time of its video game TV show Good Game: Spawn Point (GG:SP) from 15 to 30 minutes after a hugely successful first season.
The Interactive Games and Entertainment Association (iGEA) says it is working hard to ensure legislative and regulatory framework is conducive to healthy growth in the Australia and New Zealand markets.
Flight Control has been the #1 paid iPhone app in at least 20 countries and is one of the largest success stories on the platform due to its casual appeal.