Entries in 'Publishers' (78)
It looks like Xbox One will be bringing indie games out of the ghetto, but at the same time it's restricting access to those with publishers.
Six out of ten publishers have admitted that they either rarely release or never release their games in boxed physical form.
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.
Over at GameSpot, several confidential sources have described some of the adversarial elements of retailer / publisher relations in ANZ.
Well, it's begun, as the first couple of people at THQ's publishing office in Melbourne have today signed off and said goodbye.
With so many Australian publishers now hosting their own dedicated Twitter feeds, MCV decided to compile a full list of who's out there so far.
If you pre-order Darksiders II from the THQ shop, for today only and in Australia only, you will receive a download of Darksiders for free.
Today, THQ confirmed that any customers who pre-ordered the Deadly Despair pack through GAME prior to its closure will receive the DLC.
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.
Following on from the news that Sega has revisited its European model and closed its territory offices, Australia goes in a new direction.
Aussie publisher Tru Blu Entertainment today announced that Big Ant Studios, based in Melbourne, is working on Rugby League Live 2.
With JB HiFi and EB Games importing copies of games, the debate about its effect on the local industry is increadingly important.
With Diablo III launching today, Blizzard has offered a rebate scheme to refund anyone who had a copy go astray at GAME Australia.
All Interactive Entertainment (AIE) has grabbed the rights to distribute miCoach, the collaboration between 505 Games and adidas.
Following on from Tuesday, MCV continues its talk with Jay Wilson, this time focusing on in-game purchasing models with Diablo 3.
The rights to distribute Raven's Cry and Sins of a Solar Empire: Rebellion in Australia and New Zealand have gone to All Interactive.
Blizzard recently had Jay Wilson, the Director of Diablo 3 in town. MCV spoke to him about expectations and storytelling in Diablo.
A familiar face has popped back up, with James Kozanecki from CBS Interactive joining the Mindscape team today.
Activision has upped the ante for a local game reveal, with an online ad campaign beckoning people to tune in to Channel 9 tomorrow.
Following on from Tuesday, MCV continues its discussion with Tonia Valesco on the changes in the local videogame market.
MCV sat down to talk recently with Tonia Valesco, a prominent figure in the Australian games industry since 1996.