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Star Wars: Battlefront has debuted at number one in New Zealand.
Star Wars: Battlefront debuts at number one to become thirteenth number one title in the past fourteen weeks.
After four tough days of competitions the Commonwealth of Independent States have claimed victory at the International Wild Card All-Stars in Melbourne.
Konami's FIFA rival, PES 2016 is getting a free-to-play edition on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3.
Three titles hit shelves this week, with Just Cause 3 our pick for best seller.
The ultimate version of BlazBlue hits retail shelves across the country today.
The serious game is one of seven Medical Devices Fund grant recipients.
The PlayStation UK chief will join the online shopping giant as Director of PC.
Entries for MCV Pacific's first ever end-of-year event will close next Thursday.
Whilst no numbers have been given, the publisher has revealed the title has claimed a new record.
Australia's first queer gaming and geek convention in Australia has surpassed its $50,000 crowd funding goal.
Star Wars Battlefront has unsurprisingly topped the Japanese chart in its debut week.
The platform has just passed 30.2-million life time sales.
Koei Tecmo is looking to licensed titles as their latest 6-month results have fallen flat.
Profit has dipped across all of the company's major divisions.
Sales and profits are down for the retailer.
Konami may be getting set to release a free to play version of their football title.
Star Wars Battlefront debuts in top spot becoming the largest Star Wars release in UK history.
EB Broadway played host to one of the year's biggest midnight launches.
Fallout 4 does the trans-Tasman double.
Fallout 4 has debuted atop the Australian chart.
Phil Spencer has confirmed that the platform holder is not looking to expand backwards compatibility to include the original Xbox.
This week is much quieter with no new AAA titles and only four releases.
The mobile start up has beaten Twitch and YouTube Gaming in the iOS streaming race.
Beyond: Two Souls will launch digitally this week, with Heavy Rain to follow in March next year.