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New Xbox consoles, Minecraft, and Game Pass drive huge growth for Microsoft

Xbox Series X/S consoles saw hardware revenue grow by a massive 232%, and Minecraft users hit 140 million.

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Videogame developer Respawn wins historic Oscar for 'Colette' short documentary

Among the winners at the 93rd Academy Awards ceremony were Facebook-owned tech giant Oculus and Electronic Arts studio, Respawn

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NZ Games Festival: 'The Pavs' Awards winners and nominees 2021

Antifascist photography game Umurangi Generation cleaned up at NZ Games Fest's annual awards this year, with nods going to Best…

Itch.io is coming to Epic Games Store
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Epic Games Store welcomes indie platform Itch.io, other apps too

The distribution platform of choice for small, independent game developers coming to a major storefront in an interesting move.

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Mortal Kombat - Leaving behind the Anglo American-looking Blockbuster

The latest Warner Bros. action film does a lot more for Hollywood than you think it might.

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Mighty Kingdom hits the ASX with a market cap of $26 million

The Adelaide-based game development studio has gone public, and announced a multi-year partnership on a promising new game.

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Xbox removes Live Gold subscription gate for free-to-play online games

Microsoft has opened up its online multiplayer service for Xbox, no longer requiring a fee to play free-to-play games online.

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Call of Duty franchise breaks 400 million sales milestone

The popular shooter has sold over 400 million copies since 2003, and has been rapidly expanding its Melbourne development studio.

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Media Molecule's Siobhan Reddy: 'Culture is like a garden. It needs to be cultivated.'

Reddy’s name might have less household recognition than previous BAFTA Fellowship recipients, but her impact on the industry with Media…

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PlayStation stores for PS3 and Vita saved by public outcry

'It’s clear that we made the wrong decision here,' Sony admitted on a PlayStation blog.

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