Entries in 'Retail' (101)
Just two new releases hit Australian and New Zealand retail this week, but they're both major ones.
The long-awaited return of Thief headlines this week's new retail releases.
"The whole 'old guard' where you get a Game Informer cover and an E3 reveal is dead," says Cliff Bleszinski.
Unsurprisingly, Grand Theft Auto V gave Rockstar the number one in New Zealand last year, according to NPD data.
Five games hit retail shelves across Australia and New Zealand this week.
Just two games hit retail across Australia and New Zealand this week.
Electronic Arts now does more business via digital channels than physical retail, according to its latest financial results.
The latest in the Yoshi platformer series arrives at retail in Australia and New Zealand on March 15, says Nintendo.
Three new games hit retail across Australia and New Zealand this week.
As digital sales increase, the PlayStation Vita could in future "do without" physical games altogether.
New shipments of PlayStation 4 stock will see all pre-orders finally fulfilled in February, Sony promises.
Demand for the PS4 will continue to greatly exceed supply for months to come, according to retailer EB Games.
It's slim pickings this week as far as new retail releases go.
The first week of December is headlined by an old favourite.
While a bunch of PlayStation 4 games actually hit retail last week, there's plenty more arriving on Friday to coincide with the console's launch.
With PlayStation 4 pre-orders long gone, Dick Smith is holding a competition where the winners will be able to purchase one of 300 PS4s on launch day.
This week is filled to the brim with Xbox One launch titles.
Nintendo says the combined sales of Pokémon X and Pokémon Y were the highest ever opening weekend for a Nintendo release.
LEGO Marvel Super Heroes is attempting some kind of record for releasing on the most number of platforms.
A trio of Call of Duty: Ghosts branded headsets from Turtle Beach went on sale this week, coinciding with the launch of Activision's popular first-person shooter.
Australia, we finally have our video game charts back.
Call of Duty: Ghosts is this week's biggest release, of course.
Two new Wii U console bundles aimed at families arrive in November, Nintendo announced today.
"Blockbuster" season has begun as the new Assassin's Creed and the new Battlefield plant their tentpoles at retail this week.
It's a massive week of new video game releases with no fewer than 13 titles hitting retail shelves through the next seven days.