Top 10 games charts for the week ended 19 March 2017

Top 10 games charts for the week ended 19 March 2017

Mar 23, 2017

The top 10 best selling games by platform for the week ended 19 March are now available on our home page.  We’ve seen Lego Worlds make it into the top 3 games for Australia and NZ.  The top 10 titles overall were:   Australia: 1 Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Wildlands Ubisoft 2 Lego Worlds Warner Bros. Interactive 3 Horizon Zero Dawn Sony...

Top 10 games for the week ended 12 March 2017

Top 10 games for the week ended 12 March 2017

Mar 16, 2017

The best selling games for the week ending 12 March 2017 are now available on the home page of our website.  Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Wildlands has debuted in the number one position for both Australia and NZ.  The best selling titles overall were:   Australia: 1 Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Wildlands Ubisoft 2 Horizon Zero Dawn Sony...

Nnooo joins the Interactive Games & Entertainment Association

Nnooo joins the Interactive Games & Entertainment Association

Mar 14, 2017

SYDNEY, Australia: March 14 2017 – The Interactive Games & Entertainment Association (IGEA) has today announced that Sydney-based independent video game developer and publisher, Nnooo, has joined the association as a member. Nnooo joins Australian games developers, Big Ant Studios and Well Placed Cactus, who have been IGEA members since 2015 and have made...

Top 10 games for the week ended 5 March 2017

Top 10 games for the week ended 5 March 2017

Mar 9, 2017

It was a big week for the industry with the launch of the Nintendo Switch and Horizon Zero Dawn.  The best performers overall in Australia and NZ were: Australia: 1 Horizon Zero Dawn Sony Interactive Entertainment 2 The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Nintendo 3 1-2 Switch Nintendo 4 For Honor Ubisoft 5 Grand Theft Auto V Rockstar Games (Take 2) 6 Call of...

NZ video games industry revenues race ahead to $424M in 2016

NZ video games industry revenues race ahead to $424M in 2016

Mar 8, 2017

Auckland, New Zealand – 8 March 2017 – The New Zealand video and computer games industry generated $424 million in revenue in 2016, a seven per cent increase on 2015 sales. Data released today by the Interactive Games & Entertainment Association shows that New Zealand industry growth outpaced that of Australia, which experienced a four per cent increase...