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    Animal Crossing Gets Official Wii U App Today

    Nintendo today launched a new application starring the characters from the popular Animal Crossing series. Animal Crossing Plaza is a free application for fans of the recently released Animal Crossing: New Leaf on Nintendo 3DS and allows players to chat about the game via Miiverse. Users will also be able to upload images taken within the game and post them to the Animal Crossing community o more.
  • By on August 8, 2013
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    Cubemen 2 First Wii U Trailer Revealed

    Cubemen 2 will be the first game in history to introduce a Nintendo console to the concept of cross-platform play, and the first trailer has been released. Developed by 3 Sprockets and published by Nnooo, both Australian video game entities, Cubemen 2 is a fast-paced 3D strategy title where players command an army of ‘Cubemen’ across a variety of modes, be it single player or online team ba more.
  • By on August 8, 2013
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    Nnooo to Publish Cross-Platform Cubemen 2 on Wii U

    Australian developer Nnooo, best known for their work on Spirit Hunters Inc. and escapeVektor announced today they'll be bringing Cubemen 2 to Wii U along with cross-platform features. The game, developed by fellow Australia based developer 3 Sprockets, is a fast-paced 3D strategy title where players command an army of 'Cubemen' across a variety of modes, be it single player or online team batt more.
  • By on August 7, 2013
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    Win a Double Pass to Kick-Ass 2 Advance Screening in Sydney

    Event Cinemas and Aussie-Gamer.com are giving one lucky reader the chance to be one of the first people in Australia to see Kick-Ass 2 which hits cinemas on August 22. We have one double pass to give away to the advance screening of Kick-Ass 2 at Event Cinemas in George Street, Sydney. Winner will also be able to take part of a special comic book trivia night which is also at the cinema prior t more.
  • By on August 7, 2013
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    Review: Pikmin 3 (Wii U)

    A fruit loving race from the planet Koppai are searching the stars for a world containing food to feed their population. At the end of all hope, a deep-space satellite picks up some positive signs of food and you are instantly thrust into the universe that is Pikmin 3. From the moment you first boot up the game you know you're onto something special. At first, there's no menus to worry about: y more.
  • By on August 7, 2013
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    Nintendo Direct Announced for Tonight

    Nintendo have announced another edition of their Nintendo Direct series will go live tonight as the publisher has more information to share about previously announced titles. Wii U and Nintendo 3DS console games will take the spotlight in the event which kicks off at Midnight tonight (Australian Eastern Standard Time). Games expected to be in the lineup include The Wonderful 101 on Wii U whi more.
  • By on August 6, 2013
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    SimCity Finally Hits Mac on August 30

    EA overnight announced that city building simulator SimCity will finally be launching on Mac as a digital-only release on August 30. SimCity is cross-platform compatible so players will be able to play the game together in the online-only world regardless of their system. Better still, players will be able to pick up where they left off in their own game while switching between computers. Pl more.
  • By on August 5, 2013
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    Australian-made escapeVektor Half Price for Two Weeks

    Australian development studio Nnooo announced today retro arcade style escapeVektor will be on sale for the next two weeks. escapeVektor is a retro-styled arcade game in which the player controls Vektor, an entity trapped inside the player's CPU. The player has to help Vektor escape the CPU which has been holding him captive. In making his escape, Vektor must get through obstacles and avoid ene more.
  • By on August 5, 2013
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    Australians Buy Up $100 Million worth of Skylanders

    Australian and New Zealand gamers have spent more than a whopping AU$100 Million on Skylanders, the video game that allows players to scan collectable figures into the virtual world. Activision today announced some facts and figures about the games' and the toy collectables performance in Australia, which is gearing up for its next instalment titled Skylanders SWAP Force. According to the pu more.
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