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Monster Hunter X holds on to the Japanese number one.
Hateful Eight producer Stacey Sher has taken a senior role at Activision’s TV and film business.
Black Ops III continues its UK dominance.
Black Ops III claims its sixth straight NZ number one.
Call Of Duty: Black Ops III takes out another win.
The SVOD service makes its way to the platform today.
Razer is donating all proceeds from the sales of That Dragon, Cancer on its Cortex platform to two cancer charities.
The handhelds will launch alongside Pokkén Tournament for Wii U, Pokémon Rumble World & Pokémon Super Mystery Dungeon for Nintendo 3DS.
Rooster Teeth has revealed Twitch as the official live broadcasting partner of their inaugural Australian event.
Talking and networking. Selling and signing. Video games and pop culture.
The weekly podcast will focus on the individuals who work in the computer and video game industry.
The site will incur some major changes, beginning January 14.
After a stint with QVS Software, Sobala has returned to Take 2 Interactive.
The Melbourne based firm has grown its content creation offering and has expanded into tabletop games with Magic: The Gathering.
ZD Net's Mary J Foley has made the unverified claim.
Call Of Duty: Black Ops III is the biggest selling game of the year in both Australia and New Zealand.
The partnership will give PC Gamers a new home online.
Microsoft's ReCore won't hit retail shelves until later in 2016.
The Mythical Pokémon can only be obtained via purchase.
An Amazon France listing has Doom releasing on June 30.
The UK retailer has launched its Australian online store today.
Konami has announced Yu-Gi-Oh! titles across mobile, Nintendo 3DS and a new online game for both console and PC will all launch in 2016.
This year's event will take place at a record amount of sites.
Voting for this year's awards will close Monday.
The pricey VR headset is set to start shipping by March 28.