Entries in 'MCV Pacific' (18)
The New Zealand games industry is on the rise, growing 18 per cent year-on-year in 2014.
The leader of the Melbourne IGDA chapter Giselle Rosman took away the first MCV Pacific Woman of the Year prize.
The third annual MCV Pacific Awards took place last week, with the publication honouring the best of the Pacific games industry has to offer.
The first ever Women in Games list for the Pacific region has been revealed by MCV Pacific.
David Wildgoose joins MCV Pacific, we look back at the EB EXPO 2013, and musical chairs occur in Australian jobs.
While the EB EXPO is kicking off at the Sydney Showgrounds, some big changes are afoot in the Australian industry.
The Australian GTA V launch is set to be massive, while a petition against slower broadband speeds has a go at the new Aussie government.
Triple A retail prices have a slight year-on-year jump, while Microsoft joins the Bathurst 1000 and more EB EXPO details emerge.
New Zealand bans software patents this week, we talk to Five Star Games after a year of business, and look at trends in Aussie ad spending.
This week we learned that Saint's Row IV will have to go head-to-head with GTA V, and that a new game criticism publishing label has formed.
JB HiFi could potentially become a digital competitor in the future, while AFL Live 2 gets a release date and Fruit Ninja comes to Vita.
The IGEA welcomes new members this week, while Skylanders breaks a sales record and Saint's Row IV gets classified.
The results of the Parliamentary IT Pricing Inquiry come back this week, while a new gaming expo is confirmed for a week before the EB EXPO.
Many big things happened in Melbourne this week at PAX's first ever international outing, while EB EXPO starts to ramp up.
This week, the IGEA calls the sales reporting systems in Australia 'outdated', while banned games look for new avenues into the country.
PAX Australia gets detailed this week, GameArena is in trouble, while, in spite of an R18+ rating, not one but two games feel the ban hammer.
Stats say Aussie game dev industry is worth AUD$90 million, EB Games changes PR agencies, and we interview the GDAA.
This week, Rugby Challenge 2 breaks its street date, Sony tours with a The Last Of Us designer and some role changes happen within EA.