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EB Games has announced the dates for this year's EB Expo.
We post the IGEA Charts (powered by NPD) each week, usually on a Friday. But not this week.
Sony has announced the PlayStation 4 has now sold seven million units.
The last Last of Us DLC promises "the hardest challenge you'll ever face." according to Naughty Dog.
Trade Media is delighted to welcome back Good Game hosts Stephanie "Hex" Bendixsen and Steven "Bajo" O'Donnell to compere the MCV Pacific Awards.
Mojang's blockbuster will arrive on PS3 at retail in Australia and New Zealand in May, says Sony.
Streaming service Twitch is now a games retailer.
Sony has sold off the 9.5 million shares it had in Japanese games publisher Square Enix.
Marty O'Donnell claims he was fired by Bungie's board of directors last week.
Icelandic studio CCP Games reported a loss of $21m for the company's most recently completed fiscal year.
The team behind Tom Clancy's The Division took heart from Ubisoft's decision late last year to delay the release of Watch Dogs.
The latest Xbox One system update will begin rolling out this week, says Microsoft.
The developer of EVE Online has announced the cancellation of its long-delayed MMO based on the White Wolf property.
A day one update for Trials Fusion on Xbox One will increase the game's resolution to 900p.
Publisher EA has confirmed the Xbox 360 version will not be released via the console's Games On Demand digital store.
The Collector’s Edition of Homeworld Remastered will now include a USB-powered spaceship.
Trade Media announces that PlayStation has signed on as the presenting rights sponsor of the MCV Pacific Awards 2014.
We're giving you an extra 24 hours to pull together your nominations for the MCV Pacific Awards 2014.
2K and Firaxis have announced the next game in the Civilization series will take a science fiction theme.
Respawn has announced details of the first DLC map pack for its online shooter.
Blizzard's previously multiplayer-only card battling game is getting a solo mode, the publisher says.
The Elder Scrolls Online debuts at number one this week.
Three new games debut at the top of the charts this week.
Electronic Arts is running a short film competition based on Battlefield for Australia and New Zealand.
Naughty Dog's acclaimed post-apocalyptic adventure is making its way to PlayStation 4.