Entries in 'Distribution' (42)
News has just broken that Queensland-based distributor All Interactive Distribution is opening up a new office in Singapore.
Cliffy B recently utilised his newfound freedom to espouse some rather frank views on the current fate of the gaming industry.
Serif, creators of WebPlus X6 and MoviePlus X6, are going through Mindscape for distribution of 10 applications in ANZ.
Over half a decade ago, Gamespot and IGN, the big two players in gaming web sites, opened up shop in Australia.
With the year drawing to a close and most people already scouring for beer, MCV looks back at the biggest and saddest stories of the year.
Haemimont Games, the creators of the critically acclaimed Tropico series, are about to grace Australia with a 1920s crime-family builder.
The manga-inspired game Fist of the North Star: Ken's Rage 2 is hitting Australian and New Zealand shores on 1st February next year.
Konami has announced its Collector's Edition for Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance, featuring a 30cm White Armour Raiden figurine.
Word has come through that Mindscape will be distributing Alawar titles, a Farm Frenzy 3 expansion, Smash Frenzy 4 and Sky Taxi 4.
Well, it's begun, as the first couple of people at THQ's publishing office in Melbourne have today signed off and said goodbye.
News has just come through that Capcom distribution, formerly handled in ANZ by THQ, is jumping ship to All Interactive Entertainment.
Dead or Alive 5, the much anticipated fighting game from Team Ninja, has been snagged by Mindscape for ANZ distribution.
Following on from MCV's analysis of the distribution landscape, we spoke to Omar Braery, Marketing Manager at QV Software, for his thoughts.
Leaner times on the publisher front will mean an increase in work for agencies and distributors, but also an increase in competition.
Following on from Friday's discussion, MCV talks to Darren Macbeth, former MD of Sega Australia, about Five Star Games' structure.
MCV sat down to speak with Darren Macbeth, former MD of Sega and now MD of Five Star Games, to talk about the future of Sega down under.
Today, QV Software confirmed that Australia would be receiving Guild Wars 2 on the same date as the rest of the world: 28th August.
Following on from the news that Sega has revisited its European model and closed its territory offices, Australia goes in a new direction.