AU Wrap: November 12-16
What Aussie gaming news happened this week? We round up this week’s happenings in one handy post, presented in glorious chronological format!
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This week saw the release of Treyarch’s FPS title, Call of Duty: Black Ops 2. Other titles which came out this week include Wonderbook: Book of Spells and The Sims 3 Seasons. Read Shippin’ Out for the full list.
The GameSpot AU team hit up the community for a live stream of Call of Duty: Black Ops II during its launch at midnight, Australia time. See what went down in the late hours as the team was driven to the brink of sleepy Black Ops 2 madness!
In this week’s episode of the OzSpot we discussed why a number of SEALs are under investigation after consulting on Medal of Honor, next year’s Assassin's Creed movie and more! Listen in!
Australian Interactive Games Fund has been announced by the federal government. Funds will support Australian game-development studios and gamemakers over the next three years.
EB Games recalls Spartan-branded batteries due to a high possibility of catching on fire.
Federal Arts Minister Simon Crean spoke to GameSpot regarding the decision to roll out A$20 million in funds to the local game-development sector over the next three years. What will this mean for local developers?