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Final Fantasy XIII: Lightning Returns debuts at number one this week.
Batman: Arkham Origins Blackgate is making the move from handheld to home consoles and PC, says Warner Bros.
Citrus Media has appointed David Milner as editor of the Australian edition of Game Informer.
The pre-order offer for Wolfenstein: The New Order confirms that a new Doom title is actually in development.
Xbox One racer Forza Motorsport 5 has sold more than one million copies, says Microsoft.
The studio behind BioShock and BioShock Infinite has laid off most of its staff, says creative director Ken Levine.
Activision says Skylanders will be more evenly distributed throughout the year to reduce the annualised focus of the brand.
Sega Sammy has resurrected Atlus as a development brand.
"The whole 'old guard' where you get a Game Informer cover and an E3 reveal is dead," says Cliff Bleszinski.
Sony says the PS4 has now sold 5.3 million units worldwide.
There are no plans to release Grand Theft Auto games more frequently, says publisher Take-Two.
Transformers: Rise of the Dark Spark will release on PS4, Xbox One, Xbox 360, PS3, Wii U, 3DS and PC, says Activision.
Mega Brands and Ubisoft today announced a partnership to introduce a line of Assassin’s Creed construction sets, which will launch later this year.
Sophie Orlando is Microsoft Australia's new consumer PR lead, replacing Nelly Assayag.
A reshuffle amongst Nextmedia's gaming and technology titles welcomes new editors to PC PowerPlay and PC & Tech Authority.
Unsurprisingly, Grand Theft Auto V gave Rockstar the number one in New Zealand last year, according to NPD data.
New Zealand consumers spent $162 million on digital games in 2013 compared to $133 million at retail.
Five games hit retail shelves across Australia and New Zealand this week.
Next survival horror outing from Shinji Mikami will emerge across Australia and New Zealand on August 28, says Bethesda.
One Xbox 360 exclusive bumps another from the top of the charts this week.
Tomb Raider only manages one week at number before it's knocked off by another debut entry.
Nintendo has revealed the release dates for several upcoming 3DS titles, including Mario Golf: World Tour and Kirby Triple Deluxe.
QVS has been chosen as the exclusive distribution partner in Australia and New Zealand for two upcoming titles from CI Games.
Nintendo has announced a release date of May 31 for Mario Kart 8.
Sony believes the PlayStation 3 has at least another two years of life left in it.