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    Nintendo
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    Nintendo 2DS Bundle Coming May 26

    Nintendo Australia today announced a new bundle that includes a Nintendo 2DS console and a copy of Mario Kart 7 to hit stores from May 26, 2016. I'm a huge fan of the Nintendo 2DS as it allows newcomers to experience real handheld, non-phone games at a pretty great price. The new bundle has a suggested retail price of AU$149.95 which is AU$69.95 cheaper than purchasing the Nintendo 2DS and a co more.
  • By on May 13, 2016
    Nintendo
    News

    Monster Hunter Generations Gets Australian Release Date

    If you need an excuse to buy yet another Nintendo 3DS console (I have three for some reason), Monster Hunter Generations comes to the party and is launching with its own branded console in Australia and New Zealand on July 16, 2016. First, you should check out the New Nintendo 3DS XL Monster Hunter Generations Edition (pictured below). Priced at AU$249.95, it displays a beautiful motif designed more.
  • By on May 5, 2016
    Nintendo
    Review

    Review: Star Fox Zero (Wii U)

    Star Fox Zero combines innovative controls, beautiful graphics and frantic gameplay to deliver another enjoyable romp amongst the Lylat System in a modern take on the scrolling shooter genre. For the uninitiated, Star Fox Zero can seem a little confusing to pick up and play as the notion of exploration is seemingly abandoned for an emphasis on aiming and shooting. Enemies come thick and fast bu more.
  • By on May 5, 2016
    Nintendo
    News

    Mario and Sonic Head to the Olympic Games on Wii U in June

    Nintendo have finally lifted the curtain off the Wii U release date of Mario and Sonic at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games. The game launches in Australia and New Zealand on June 25, 2016. 14 official games will be included in the title, along with three "Duel Events" and more than 30 playable characters including Mii's. Four-player local multiplayer is on board this time around, too. amiibo suppo more.
  • By on May 4, 2016
    Xbox
    News

    Carmageddon: Max Damage Website has Awesome Easter Egg

    Carmageddon: Max Damage is coming on July 8, 2016 but if you head to the official website, you can find an awesome easter egg. I'm a huge fan of age gates, the little page that makes you prove you're old enough to enter a website. No one ever tells the truth, but there are some cases where it's a legal requirement to hide offensive material behind these pages. On the Carmageddon: Max Damage more.
  • By on May 4, 2016
    Popular!
    Opinion

    Western Publishers Very Likely to Support Nintendo NX

    Michael Pachter is at it again, panning another Nintendo product -- in this case, Nintendo NX -- almost a year before it launches and months before we get any details whatsoever on the product itself. This round, the analyst claimed Western publishers would only lend "low level" support to NX. His remarks seem to come from the context that only Japanese publishers would be excited about the new more.
  • By on May 3, 2016
    Xbox
    News

    Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare is Actually Kinda Exciting

    News of Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare dropped into my inbox this morning and for the first time in many years I'm kind of excited about a Call of Duty game. This year's foray into the arcade shooter series focuses on "old-school" Call of Duty gameplay. Earth -- presumably America, the king of Earth -- is drawn into a war with SetDef, an army of "radical militants" (who are probably not space t more.
  • By on May 3, 2016
    Opinion

    Coffee Break: Australia Post Just Got Worse (Somehow)

    Coffee Break is a regular column that discusses things aside from gaming. Sometimes it'll be about news events, others it might be about a topic that's particularly interesting. It might even be about gaming. Just when you thought Australia Post couldn't get any worse, it manages to outdo itself. As someone living in the city, I can't tell you the amount of times this woeful "service" has faile more.
  • By on May 2, 2016
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    Okay, It’s Time for Aussie-Gamer’s Plan B

    More than six years ago, I started Aussie-Gamer with an idea to bring some balance to the world of online video game reporting in Australia. The reason behind it was that at the time, the Internet was finally being taken seriously by people other than the nerdy night owls who'd sit in front of their CRT monitors until 4am. There were many voices for video game news on the Internet, but many wer more.
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