Watch Dogs completes yet another week at number one
Minecraft remains firmly entrenched at number one
Games network Curse is now an associate member of the Interactive Games and Entertainment Association
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Following yesterday's public hearing, Josh Cavaleri takes a closer look at where we are today.
Journey and The Unfinished Swan look to be the next PS3 games headed to PS4.
Last Thursday Electronic Arts and Adidas put football fans first, teaming up to launch both FIFA 15 and the all new Adidas Predator Instinct boot.
The great July deluge of games sadly has to end.
Minecraft remains firmly entrenched at number one.
Watch Dogs completes yet another week at number one.
Risen 3: Titan Lords is the next RPG from Piranha Bytes and Deep Silver.
The Marvel themed second generation Disney Infinity will arrive at Australian and New Zealand retail on September 18.
Games network Curse is now an associate member of the Interactive Games and Entertainment Association.
Games network IGN is throwing its support behind White Ribbon Night this Friday.
The Bioware RPG's release date has been pushed back six weeks, EA announced today.
The collectors edition of Disney Infinity 2.0: Marvel Super Heroes will only be available on PS4 and PS3.
The first single-player adventure for digital card game Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft has launched.
The number of consumers who intend on buying a Wii U grew by 50 per cent thanks to Nintendo's E3 showing.
The MCV Pacific Industry Radar is the place for all things employment in the local Industry. Here you will learn of the hires, fires and everything in between.
The cops and robbers spin-off will now launch early next year, says co-developer DICE.
Australian retailer EB Games says the Xbox One has seen a sales spike since June, but it's not all due to dropping Kinect.
A new video for The Sims 4 reveals users can pay for early access to in-game items.
Star Wars: The Old Republic reportedly made $165m last year, placing it behind only three other subscription MMOs in terms of revenue.
Capcom has picked Turn Left as its distribution partner for Australia and New Zealand.
EA is offering Australians the chance to play FIFA 15 two months ahead of its launch.
It's a real banner week for video games.
The next game from survival horror master Shinji Mikami will be out a week earlier than planned.