Entries in 'MCV Pacific' (238)
With half the industry unavailable this week due to EB EXPO mayhem, MCV Pacific takes a look at a primarily EXPO-led week of news.
Capcom business goes to AIE, R18+ guidelines are revealed, Arbie Artinian joins EA and the New Zealand industry continues to grow.
Things are gearing up for the Freeplay Festival and EB EXPO this week, while Guy Blomberg takes on a new role and Joel van Daal joins MCV.
This week, EB Games passes 1 million reward scheme members, BigWorld gets purchased and a Police Commissioner blames games for violence.
It's been a busy week in ANZ, with H1 2012 Top Ten Charts landing, a swath of new Aussie releases and EB EXPO lineup being announced.
This week down under, MCV speaks to THQ about marketing Darksiders II, developers respond to Ouya and we interview Peter Molyneux.
Game Masters took place down under this week, while some new businesses partnered, SEGA respawned, and Trip Hawkins confirmed for iFest.
GAME Australia officially entered liquidation this week, while the R18+ bill passed through the Senate and Sydney hosted Game Tech.
This week down under, more evidence of GAME Australia struggling comes up as it approaches its deadline to attract a buyer by next week:
This week, a move from JB HiFi to openly import games has sparked a large conversation about pricing in the ANZ region, while GAME still hunts for a buyer.
It's been a big week down under, with GAME entering into administration, so here's a breakdown of the entire saga.
Bill Shorten MP has expressed his concern over the potential loss of 500 jobs from GAME Australia, but says he is 'hopeful' a buyer can be found.
This week a new clothing label is formed, we interview the Director of Diablo 3, IGN Australia gets a new boss and the EB EXPO ramps up.
The Aussie government makes several moves this week, while the NZGDA conference announces its lineup and Call of Duty hits TV.
In the Pacific region this week, MCV interviews the GM of Mindscape, The Walking Dead will miss these shores, and the FIWC draws to a close.
In the Pacific region this week, the FIWC draws to a close, Dick Smith angers gamers with a sale and South Australia plans to alter the MA15+ rating.
The FIFA Interactive World Cup Qualifiers took place this week, the ACT begins work implementing the R18+ rating and more.
Down under this week, MCV looks at grey imports, GAME Australia seeks its own investors and R18+ passes the house of reps.
This week, GAME Australia still on solid ground, Sony interviewed on Vita launch, R18+ incoming, and a new MCV Pacific partnership.
Mortal Kombat is refused classification, JB Hi-Fi continues to grow, a new web site launches and a Flight Control sequel come out of MCV Pacific this week.
In the first of our regular roundups, we look at the week’s big news in Australia and New Zealand courtesy of sister-site MCV Pacific.
Danny Allen has replaced Seamus Byrne as the publisher at Allure Media, and has revealed a new editorial lineup of top Australian journalists at Kotaku.