Video game retailer GAME has been forced into administration. Given that the release of Diablo III is tomorrow, there will be a few nervous gamers seeing if their pre-orders of the long awaited fantasy game from Blizzard. Price Waterhouse Coopers has been appoint Voluntary Administrators (under the names of Warwick and Greg Hall). Unlike other retail collapses recently (liek REGGroup, owners of Angus and Robertson and Boarders Australia), pre-orders and gift cards will be honoured if possible, and will be allowed to be claimed as an unsecured [...]
At the Sydney Big Picture event held by Microsoft, one thing that caught my attention was Kinect.
An article from Sydney Morning Herald’s Sacha Molitorisz about the decline of DVD rental marketplace suggests that the Internet is killing DVD Rentals. However the article gave only vague hints on how traditional Brick and Mortar stores was facing competition from the net, spending more time talking about DVD rental machines from RedRoomDVD and Oovie.
Following yesterday’s announcement on the September 29th beta date for EA’s Battlefield 3, iiNet’s gaming hub, 3FL, today announced the news that they will be hosting servers for the much anticipated game.
Today DICE, an Electronic Arts Inc. studio and long term developer of the Battlefield series, released the long awaited news on the beta for their upcoming title Battlefield 3.
The first of a new trilogy of Halo games, Halo 4 finally has some concrete details revealed at this weeks PAX conference.
Press Release Below: 20th May 2010 – FOXTEL and Microsoft today announced a new partnership offering Australians a brand new way of receiving FOXTEL – over the internet and direct to television sets through Xbox 360’s online service Xbox LIVE. FOXTEL by Xbox LIVE will allow Xbox 360 owners in Australia to access FOXTEL channels including FOX Sports, Discovery, Nickelodeon, Disney, MTV, and other leading channels via their Xbox 360 entertainment console. FOXTEL by Xbox [...]