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The ninth Blizzcon event will take place at the Anaheim Convention Centre this November 6 and 7.
Warner Bros. Australia have just introduced the Cage family.
The Battlefield Hardline Community will have the opportunity to get a sneak peak at the title on March 18.
Two films will be shown at the Palace Chauvel Cinema on April 1, with all profits going to Variety, the children's charity.
There is under 15-hours until nominations close for the 2015 Freeplay Awards.
The 90-minute program will air on BBC 2 and tell the story of the games development and early days.
Slightly Mad Studios' upcoming racer has just received it's third delay.
PlayStation 4's 2.50 update will give the console social network integration and Suspend & Resume functionality.
”Yukimura” will be 2015's first major update and it will "become available soon".
The eight year games veteran has moved from SCE Australia to LEGO.
An infographic released by Maxis reveals some stunning figures.
SCE Australia has today confirmed that Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End will now release in Autumn of 2016.
The games industry association has thrown its weight behind the mobile and online classification system.
The former Ubisoft and Warner account manager has moved to Roadshow.
Despite a week of new releases, the 3DS unable to outperform Sony's consoles.
The Chinese government has given the go ahead for the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita to go on sale.
Australia becomes the latest nation to join the IARC and will trial their online ratings tool for mobile and online games.
Sydney PR Firm, AC Agency has just been appointed by the publisher.
The Sydney based creative agency has partnered with MCV Pacific for this year's awards.
Sixteen publishers make up the 2014 Top 100 titles in New Zealand.
The New Zealand Games Industry veteran, has recently opened up his own distribution company.
20 publishers make up the 2014 Top 100 titles sold in Australia.
This table looks at how the top ten selling games across all platforms in both Australia and New Zealand rate in the UK.