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Three new releases hit retail in Australia and New Zealand this week.
Former Naughty Dog developer Amy Hennig has joined EA's Visceral Games.
Reaper of Souls and Ground Zeroes fall short of this week's number one.
Diablo triumphs over Metal Gear in the battle of the new releases.
After just one day on sale in the US there are over 100 games available for Amazon's new streaming box.
Amazon's FireTV isn't trying to compete with Sony's PlayStation 4 or Microsoft's Xbox One.
Developers Kim Swift and Clint Hocking have been recruited to Amazon's internal game studio.
The Diablo III expansion sold through 2.7m units to retail globally in its launch week, says Blizzard.
The FireTV is Amazon's video streaming box, but it will also play games.
Thinking about nominating for the MCV Pacific Awards 2014? Here's all the info you need.
There were 108,000 unique broadcasts during the week Twitch debuted on Microsoft's new console.
Crytek's free-to-play shooter has hit 25 million registered users, the developer says.
Foxtel's subscription-based TV is available on PlayStation 3 as of today, says Sony.
Publisher Deep Silver has responded to a leak of an alleged PS4, Xbox One version of its Metro first-person shooter series.
PlayStation owners could win tickets to this year’s World Cup courtesy of Sony.
MCV Pacific has today opened nominations for this year's industry awards.
Microsoft has restructured its Xbox division and veteran Phil Spencer assumes a greatly expanded role.
Sega has announced The Western Front Armies for Relic Entertainment's World War II real-time strategy title.
An impressive seven new releases this week at retail in Australia and New Zealand.
Specifically, the Xbox One, PS4, PC, PS3 and 360 game will launch October 7 in Australia and New Zealand.
Titanfall's reign at the top lasts only one week.
Titanfall is knocked off top spot after just one week.
Nintendo has revealed the first batch of Game Boy Advance games to launch on the Wii U eShop.
Mojang has announced the many new features of Minecraft's console update going live this week.
Wolfenstein: The New Order will now launch in Australia and New Zealand on the same day as North America.