Entries in 'MCV Pacific' (254)
Luke Reilly, editor and mainstay of Australian Official Playstation Magazine for 8 years, jumped ship to yesterday become the games editor at IGN Australia.
Rugby World Cup 2011 is now being sold at all major retailers in Australia and New Zealand, before its official release date.
Speaking at Freeplay 2011, Luke Muscat, lead designer and executive producer at Halfbrick, talked about the lessons learned which led to Fruit Ninja's creation.
Freeplay 2011, the independent games festival held annual in Melbourne, has drawn to a successful close and plans are afoot for Freeplay 2012.
THQ has announced the Australian and New Zealand retailers for its Saints Row: The Third 'Maximum Pleasure' and 'Smooth Criminal' editions.
After some time without a big release, Deus Ex: Human Revolution is landing this week, backed up by Rugby World Cup 2011.
The PriceWaterhouseCoopers Media Australian Media and Entertainment Outlook 2011-2015 was outlined at the iGEA event last night.
The Interactive Games and Entertainment Association (iGEA) held an industry briefing in Sydney yesterday to give an overview of the market.
Bethesda has announced an exclusive event to celebrate the upcoming launch of RAGE, which will feature candid talks with RAGE creative director Tim Willits.
The Oxford Art Factory in Sydney is set to play host to a series of events named Insert Coin(s), which are themed around old-school videogame arcades.
According to a report at GameSpot, Rob Blythe, analyst with Macquarie Bank, predicts the inflated cost of videogames in Australia won't last long.
Japanese puzzle game Catherine has already been released in North America and Japan, but now looks like it's heading down under as well.
Sony has officially announced the Australian and New Zealand prices for the PSP-E1000, 24" 3D Display and the new price of the PS3.
The Interactive Media Institute (IMI) at Macquarie University in Sydney Australia is set to host GAME, a 3 day event featuring prominent figures in the games sector.
The Australian Federal and State government is pushing the Interactive Skills Integration Scheme (ISIS) forward to employ game developers outside the sector.
MCV Pacific has continued its expansion with the introduction of Guy 'Yug' Blomberg as marketing and advertising manager.
EA have an entirely new team running the Asia-Pacific region from its Sydney office, which is headed up by former EA UK sales director Mark Bradley.
Key releases this week are Sesame Street: Ready, Set, Grover for Wii and DS and Bastion for PC.
Mindscape Asia-Pacific (MAP) has issued a statement saying that it is unaffected by its former parent's decision to pull out of videogames.
EB Games Australia has revealed a first list of confirmed EB EXPO titles, although further announcements are expected as the date draws nearer.
With the huge Nintendo 3DS price drop now in effect, MCV takes stock of what prices each Australian / New Zealand retailer are hitting.
Citrus Media, publisher of the Australian Game Informer, has released the ABC audit figures for the first half of 2011, showing a marked increase in sales.
Pre-order incentives for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim have been detailed for Australian and New Zealand stores.
Scribal Custom, publishers of JB HiFi's in-store publication STACK Magazine, has confirmed its current distribution and newsletter subsribers.
New South Wales Attorney-General Greg Smith has announced today that he supports an in-principle move to introduce an R18+ rating in Australia.