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Sometimes videogames are bad, and we should say it

Despite the report's limitations, Four Corners' recent inquiry into predatory monetisation in games is insightful. The videogame industry is going…


NZ's Doc Edge Festival announces 2021 hybrid program

The NZ Documentary festival has announced a 2021 program of over 80 films, which will be available to watch both…


MIFF opens applications for Critics Campus and 37 South Market

In the leadup to the festival's 69th edition, MIFF opens applications for two of its iconic programs, Critics Campus and…


News in Brief: Oscars winners, PlayStation's best year yet, and a look at the future of film

This week, Chloé Zhao becomes the first WOC to be awarded the best director Academy Award, NZ games awards announced,…


Games Connect Asia Pacific returning to Melbourne in 2021, dates announced

After 2020's conference offered 'pathways to connect' online, GCAP and the AGDAs are back in person, with dates announced for…


Hades’ Greg Kasavin breaks down Supergiant’s unique approach to narrative

‘It's nice having someone just notice and care that there was a small change about you, like a haircut or…


May streaming highlights: The Underground Railroad, Judas and the Black Messiah and Domina

Barry Jenkins adapts a Pulitzer Prizewinner, Australian classic Puberty Blues returns, more Handmaid's Tale, and Oscar-worthy biography Judas and the…


NZ Games Festival: 'The Pavs' Awards winners and nominees 2021

Antifascist photography game Umurangi Generation cleaned up at NZ Games Fest's annual awards this year, with nods going to Best…


Mighty Kingdom hits the ASX with a market cap of $26 million

The Adelaide-based game development studio has gone public, and announced a multi-year partnership on a promising new game.


PlayStation stores for PS3 and Vita saved by public outcry

'It’s clear that we made the wrong decision here,' Sony admitted on a PlayStation blog.

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