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Trade Media is proud to announce the inaugural MCV Pacific Women In Games Top 50 list.
Only two games hit retail this week, and they both land tomorrow.
Visceral Games has taken to Twitter to confirm Battlefield Hardline next-gen graphics specifications.
PlayStation New Zealand has released a video wrap of their co-promotion with Uber.
Dying Light is New Zealand's number 1 for week 9.
Warner Bros.' survival horror release, Dying Light, débuts at number 1.
An official IGN app for Xbox One is now available in the marketplace.
Dig Rush is the first therapeutic video game based on a patented method for the treatment of Amblyopia, also known as Lazy Eye.
Sony has used GDC to reveal the latest prototype of their virtual reality system for the PlayStation 4.
The Sydney based specialist PR firm has announced the partnership as they celebrate one year in the market.
Wolfenstein: The Old Blood is set to launch on May 5.
Warner Bros. Interactive Australia has revealed "The Ripper".
More than 20.2-million PlayStation 4s have now been sold world wide.
Further information has been release ahead of the app's launch on Xbox One and Xbox 360 on March 24.
NPD Group Australia market data has confirmed the PS4 as the market leader in 2014 with 60% of next-gen market share.
In a report released by IGEA, the Australian video games revenue is up over 20% year-on-year to $2.46-billion.
New purchasers of Xbox One's will receive three months of prepaid access to Netflix starting later this month.
The firm has announced today that Netflix will begin streaming across Australia and New Zealand on March 24.
Dying Light debuts at number one in the UK.
Four new titles make their way to retail this week.