Rumours are being bandied about concerning the future of everyone's favourite cartoon bandicoot - with Crash set to potentially make a grand return on Sony's PS4.
Videogame publisher Bethesda Softworks has trademarked the Fallout 4 name as a potential teaser site for the game emerged.
Nintendo's latest Pokemon efforts - Pokemon X & Y - have beaten Nintendo's own sales records in Australia to become the company's fastest selling titles down under.
Sydney is set to turn into videogame central with the Game Masters exhibition arriving at the Powerhouse Museum next month for a six-month stint.
Blizzard has announced the next instalment of its hugely popular PC RPG World of Warcraft, dubbed Warlords of Draenor.
Call of Duty: Ghosts has already hit $1 billion in sales worldwide after just one day, smashing records including those set by GTA V.
Bungie's highly-anticipated upcoming “shared-world shooter” Destiny isn't coming until mid-next year, but the company is letting a few lucky gamers get in on the action way early.
An error in Valve's internal User Picker tool has all but confirmed (again) that Half-Life 3 is currently under development.
The Not On Steam Sale is offering up more than 35 indie titles that are, as the name implies, not available on Steam.
Android users who have been waiting to slay some zombies don't have to wait any longer - as long as they live in Australia or New Zealand.
Gabe Newell's fabled game developer and digital distributor Valve has announced its own free Linux-based operating system, SteamOS, designed to replace your Xbox and Playstation.
Just months after Australia introduced an R18+ rating for videogames, South Australia's Attorney-General has reopened the debate around the classification rules, citing excessive violence and sexual content.
Rockstar is investigating a "shipping error" which saw Grand Theft Auto V leaked online almost a week ahead of its release date.
The team behind the wildly popular Borderlands games is working on two games for Xbox One and PS4, according to studio boss Randy Pitchford.
Saints Row 4 is facing even more release issues, now seemingly delayed until September in Australia.
EA is probably the world's 'most hated' gaming company yet it's come up with a real winner today; a new 'pay what you want' bundle with all proceeds going to charity.
Like gaming, and have a spare million dollars lying around? Saints Row 4's 'Super Dangerous Wad Wad Edition' might just be for you.
Gamers are in for a treat this week with the new Humble Weekly Bundle offering games from Introversion, including popular simulator Prison Architect.
Saints Row IV is finally set for release downunder after being banned (and unbanned), and to celebrate publisher Deep Silver has released a free, stand-alone character creator.
Melbourne's Mana Bar is calling for last drinks, with the videogame themed-bar set to shut its doors for good in September.
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