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Mojang has revealed the long-awaited new-gen console versions of Minecraft will arrive in August.
Minecraft takes top spot in New Zealand, too.
Minecraft returns to the number one spot this week.
Metro 2033 and Metro: Last Light are coming to PS4 and Xbox One, says publisher Deep Silver.
This year's WWE game will not leave the previous console generation behind.
Ubisoft today issued a launch trailer for hack-and-crash open world game Watch Dogs.
Warner Bros. has released details of talent behind Monolith's upcoming Middle-Earth action-RPG.
The next shooter from Left 4 Dead developer Turtle Rock will be released this October.
A new trademark registration from GTA publisher Take-Two has fuelled speculation regarding a new instalment in the series.
SingStar will make its debut on PlayStation 4 later this year as part of the 10 year anniversary of the series.
Microsoft is adding external hard drive support to the Xbox One as part of the June system update.
Warner Bros. has released the first gameplay trailer for Rocksteady's third Batman game.
The Japanese publisher expects its Legend of Zelda spin-offs to be only the sixth Wii U game to sell a million units.
Ubisoft's fairytale-inspired RPG will launch on Sony's handheld in July, says the publisher.
First-party Xbox studio Rare has laid off around 16 staff.
Developer Team 17 has announced the new-gen debut of its Worms series.
Sydney based games and accessories distributor QV Software is expanding its marketing team.
The latest chapter in the Wolfenstein series is this week's only retail release.
Game streaming specialist Twitch is the subject of a $1bn bid from Youtube.
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Activision's The Amazing Spider-man 2 debuts at number one this week.
The LEGO Movie Videogame's reign at the top of the Australian chart is over.
A new, smaller form factor PS Vita will be available in Australia and New Zealand next month, says Sony.
Ubisoft has announced the next Far Cry will launch on November 20 in Australia and New Zealand.
Analysts believe the new Kinect-less Xbox One SKU will drive sales up and costs down.