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Aaron Greenberg, Xbox Global marketing boss has promised something different at this E3 whilst on The Inner Circle podcast.
Steve Wherrett returns to the industry.
Sydney's Lower Town Hall played host to the 2014 BBSAs this past Friday.
The Feminist Frequency creator at the centre of GamerGate will speak at RMIT as a part of The F Word Series.
Trade Media is proud to announce the games industry body as the latest sponsor of this year's event.
The Order: 1886 becomes the second debutant in as many weeks to take the UK number one.
Four titles hit shelves this week, with Dying Light our pick for top seller.
Rovio has partnered with Beijing Kunlun Tech Co. to launch the Goliath Angry Birds franchise in China.
The first ever TwitchCon will take place in San Francisco this September.
The promotion will transport players back in time to the Victorian-Era with a one of a kind horse-drawn-carriage.
This table looks at how the top ten selling games across all platforms in both Australia and New Zealand rate in the UK.
“The Evil Call”, a one day campaign developed by News Corp Australia has been sighted in IAB's bi-monthly awards.
After a nine week run, Minecraft has finally been beaten out for the number one spot.
2K Games has their first #1 for 2015 as Evolve debuts in top spot.
Following in excess of 7-million players, EA has produced an infographic breaking down it's one week beta.
Trade Media is delighted to announce that Curse will return as this year's After Party Sponsor.
PlayStation, Sony Pictures and image sensors are being brought to the forefront as Sony is to spin-off many of its businesses.
The free-to-play giant has retained Surpise Attack Consulting as their new agency across Australia and New Zealand.
The winner bidder of the #00001 PlayStation 4 20th Anniversary Edition has failed to make good on the bid.
Eveliegh's Carraige Works played host to the third annual Call Of Duty Championship this past weekend.