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‘In the public interest’: ACCC’s Sims urges Federal Court to hear Apple v Epic Games case

‘In the public interest’: ACCC’s Sims urges Federal Court to hear Apple v Epic Games case

The consumer watchdog has made the unusual move of requesting to speak at a court case between two tech giants, after Apple successfully had the matter suspended.

  • by Tim Biggs

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Nintendo issues gloomy outlook, warns of chip shortage

Nintendo issues gloomy outlook, warns of chip shortage

Nintendo shares slid as it warned that component shortages could affect production and gave a conservative profit forecast for the year.

  • by Takashi Mochizuki and Debby Wu
A picture perfect return for Pokemon Snap

A picture perfect return for Pokemon Snap

It may be more passive than the usual battling and monster poaching, but taking photos of Pokemon makes for a surprisingly great time.

  • by Tim Biggs
Murder mystery game that helped me rediscover Melbourne
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Murder mystery game that helped me rediscover Melbourne

If you liked Pokemon Go, you’ll love this new murder mystery game set in the heart of historic Melbourne.

  • by Alice Clarke
Gadgets to give your old game consoles an extra life

Gadgets to give your old game consoles an extra life

From wireless controllers to HDTV-compatible video converters, the market for devices that bring your old consoles to modern standards has never been fuller.

  • by Tim Biggs
Video games aren’t the problem, systemic sexism in Parliament is
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Opinion

Video games aren’t the problem, systemic sexism in Parliament is

Every time there is a scandal or human-made disaster caused by systemic issues, someone in a position of power will blame everything on video games.

  • by Alice Clarke
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Oddworld’s return infuriates, rather than intoxicates

Oddworld’s return infuriates, rather than intoxicates

Unfortunately given its good looks and soberingly worthwhile narrative, Soulstorm’s rigidity will make it unpalatable to all but the most diehard Oddworld fans.

  • by Tim Biggs
‘A bridge too far’: Director reveals the line even Mortal Kombat won’t cross

‘A bridge too far’: Director reveals the line even Mortal Kombat won’t cross

In his adaptation of the hit computer game, Australian director Simon McQuoid was determined to give the fans what they want and expect - up to a point.

  • by Karl Quinn
Project Liberty: Inside Epic’s secret war with Apple over Fortnite

Project Liberty: Inside Epic’s secret war with Apple over Fortnite

Court filings reveal the two-year masterplan that led Epic Games into a global legal battle with Apple.

  • by James Cook, Matthew Field and James Titcomb
Rise of another monster hunting juggernaut

Rise of another monster hunting juggernaut

The release of a new Monster Hunter is practically a public holiday in Japan. But for first timers Monster Hunter Rise can be a lot to take in.

  • by Tim Biggs
Apple sets off to rule mobile gaming, embracing classics and casuals

Apple sets off to rule mobile gaming, embracing classics and casuals

Apple Arcade swells to include 180 games on mobile as the tech giant embarks on its biggest push yet to dominate the mobile video game industry.

  • by Tim Biggs