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10:45 AM on 09.15.2011

LucasArts now hiring for new projects

In the mid-to-late nineties, LucasArts was one of the most exciting game developers on the planet. Since then, the quality of their titles has been rather hit-and-miss. That latter-day disappointment may be about to change, a...

David Rayfield

8:40 AM on 09.15.2011

Dead Island ships over 1 million units in North America

Despite some early hiccups, Techland's Dead Island seems to be a pleasant surprise for a great deal of people. Publisher Deep Silver is reporting that in just one week of sale, they have shipped more than one million copies o...

David Rayfield

2:15 PM on 09.13.2011

EB Games Expo final lineup announced

Last we heard, the EB Games Expo happening in Australia's Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre was starting to fill up with some serious contenders in the way of game publishers. Pretty much every major release for the...

David Rayfield

1:30 PM on 09.09.2011

The Last Guardian will be absent from Tokyo Game Show

Even with the recent and welcome news regarding Team ICO's previous works, it does little to sate the hunger that pretty much everyone has for the respected developer's next game. The long-delayed The Last Guardian will ...

David Rayfield

6:00 AM on 09.09.2011

XBLA Bloodrayne Betrayal delayed in Australia

Developer Wayforward have already been tasting some measure of critical success with their 2D animated side-scroller BloodRayne: Betrayal, which released on PlayStation Network and Xbox Live Arcade this week. Unfortunately, X...

David Rayfield

8:00 PM on 09.05.2011

Uwe Boll returns with another baffling videogame movie

Remember Zombie Massacre for the Amiga? No? Well, that's fine because Uwe Boll does. He remembers it so fondly, he is adding it to the long, long, list of games he believes would translate into movies. The 1998 Doom clone is ...

David Rayfield





6:00 PM on 09.05.2011

Xbox LIVE Rewards finally launches in Australia

Ten months after the launch of Xbox LIVE's Rewards program in the US and UK, the ability to earn Microsoft Points for doing stuff on Xbox LIVE is now up and running for Australia. Invitations are now being sent out to Austral...

David Rayfield

11:00 AM on 09.01.2011

PS3 sales increase 400% in Australia

Sony Australia have announced an astounding increase in popularity for the PlayStation 3. Based on information from retailers and NPD data, a 400% sales jump for the console happened soon after the price cut was announced at ...

David Rayfield

9:40 AM on 09.01.2011

Capcom announce Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike DLC packs

In the past, Capcom have earned themselves a less than favourable reputation when it comes to downloadable content for its games. Fans have displayed everything from mild annoyance to white hot rage every time Capcom reveal t...

David Rayfield

9:20 AM on 09.01.2011

Team Bondi closes its doors and enters administration

The Sydney-based developer of L.A. Noire hasn't had the best of times since its 1940s-era crime epic was released in May. Despite strong sales and positive reviews, Team Bondi's troubles extended to employees' lack of proper ...

David Rayfield

2:30 PM on 08.29.2011

Skyrim will fit on one Xbox 360 disc so you can relax now

In the last year or so, games on the Xbox 360 have started to expand to two (Mass Effect 2) and sometimes even three (L.A. Noire) discs. When it comes to the next installment in the Elder Scrolls series, you would be forgiven...

David Rayfield

11:30 AM on 08.24.2011

House Of The Dead: Overkill Extended Cut banned in Aus

The new version of SEGA's lightgun zombie shooter House Of The Dead: Overkill has been refused classification in Australia, effectively banning it from sale. "A game banned in Australia? Is it lunch time already?" is probably...

David Rayfield

6:00 AM on 08.23.2011

I Am Alive rated by Australian Classification Board

When it rains, it pours. Fresh from the maybe-possibly-real trailer that leaked out, Ubisoft's disaster survival game I Am Alive seems to be gaining traction in the real world and out of the realms of vaporware. The Australia...

David Rayfield

8:40 AM on 08.22.2011

Saints Row: Money Shot sure is a thing that exists

Hot on the heels of The Most Stupidly Awesome Collector's Edition of 2011, THQ's Saints Row franchise seems to want to keep itself in the spotlight. Some scraps of information have circulated from a number of sources pointing...

David Rayfield

7:00 AM on 08.19.2011

Saints Row The Third: Smooth Criminal Edition is perfect

Saints Row The Third already looks outrageously deranged. From the Professor Genki pre-order bonuses to the ability to adjust your genital area on a whim, developer Volition seem to want to give new meaning to the phrase "no ...

David Rayfield

8:20 AM on 08.18.2011

Catherine finally reaching Australian shores

Atlus' puzzle-horror adventure Catherine has had the most diverse reactions of a videogame in recent memory. Fortunately, now Australians can decide for themselves as the game has just been announced to be released later this...

David Rayfield