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The Australian development studio has ust completed its first Profit Share Distribution to its contributors for the Sales from Armello.
The Kiwi native has just been elected to the IGDA Board.
The Xbox boss has insisted that Microsoft is not trying to hide to truth about the platform's performance.
The PlayStation 4 exclusive has been delayed for a third time.
The broadcast promises a host of updates for Wii U and Nintendo 3DS owners.
The viewer will bring competitive Call of Duty directly to the fans.
The publisher will instead form part of the PlayStation booth.
The announcement follows the successful Multiplayer Beta conducted in December 2015, with the Open Weekend available to all PlayStation 4 players.
Turn Left Distribution have produced a time lapse of the recent installation.
VRDB is a new content hub and community laser-focused on all things virtual reality.
The stream has given a sneak peek at new play sets and content updates coming this Spring sneak peek at new play sets and content updates coming this Autumn.
Sony's current gen platform broke records in 2015 and now accounts for 59% of the current generation market value.
The Australian developed title has taken out the number one position on the iPad App Store in the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Australia and more.
Here are the top one hundred selling titles of 2015.
The Australian Interactive Entertainment industry strides towards $3-billion.
The machine has been removed from sale, a little over two years after launching.
The two industry heavy weights have launched a diversity program for eSports.
Far Cry Primal and PvZ: Garden Warfare 2 shoot to the top of the chart.
Local gaming personalities, Tegan Jones and Lee Jouy have launched a new gaming podcast.
The two titles will launch later this year.
FTI and SK have launched Western Australia’s first ever games industry co-?working space.
Here is the chance to work for the nation's largest video games exhibition.
Seven titles come to retail this week, with physical PC releases making up for four of them.
Street Fighter V debuts in the top spot in Australia and New Zealand.
The world’s fastest growing digital marketplace is looking to fill two Australian focused positions.