Arkane Studios' latest is a masterful blend of rogue-like, multiplayer, and immersive simulation.
Andy sees if wireless makes sense on the Sabre RGB Pro mouse.
Alessandro wraps up Project Mirai with the final assembly and the process of watercooling.
Will continue in 'caretaker mode.'
More specifically, the 'no refunds' policy.
Hotline Miami 2 has been refused classification in Australia meaning that as it stands, the game will not see a release in that market.
Kmart is pulling Grand Theft Auto 5 from its shelves in Australia following customer backlash.
Valve has been taken to court by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission over its refund policy.
Classification board denies Saints Row a rating due to alien probe and narcotics.
Sega has announced that it has won an appeal for release of AVP in Australia.
Valve has had a trailer for Left 4 Dead 2 leaked, as well as being refused a ratings appeal in Australia.
An Australian attorney is blocking potential changes to the rating systems over fears about the impact of violent games.
Left 4 Dead 2 has been banned in Australia on account of excessive gore and melee weapons.
EA is rumoured to have shut down the Brisbane office of Pandemic Studios, which the company bought alongside BioWare in 2007.
Lance Atkinson has been ordered to pay £35,500 in fines by a New Zealand Court - but has already been fined $2.2 million by the FTC without seeming to slow his efforts down.
A lawyer has successfully applied to the courts in Australia to have legal notice on a couple considered served when posted via a Facebook page.
Fallout 3 was recently certified for a general released, with the notable excpetion being that the game was banned in Australia.
New South Wales has become the latest part of Australia to ban high-powered laser pointers, with punishments of up to fourteen years in prison for transgressors.
The Australian government has announced trials of a new ISP-level filtering system designed to prevent access to pornography online - and it's going to be mandatory.
The Australian national science agency have displayed preliminary plans for a jacket capable of generating and storing power to run mobile devices from the body’s movement.
The new Soldier of Fortune game, subtitled Payback, has been refused classification in Australia due to gross and overly violent content.
Ken Levine, BioShock's Lead Designer, has said that the game's online activation will be removed in the future.
Anonymous sources suggest a massive 30 percent failure rate on Xbox 360s.
Australia's national security agency is recruiting a new wave of intelligence officers - by advertising through Google.
The search giant has bought in a new bit of code from a student in Oz. It could be the start of a new world domination plan for the advertising firm.
As graphics become increasingly realistic, the line between the game world and the real world becomes blurred. We examine the ethics of sex and violence in games and their impact on today's society.
September 17 2021 | 10:20
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