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Ubisoft's highly anticipated ‘Watch Dogs’ game hits Australia this week

Ubisoft's highly anticipated ‘Watch Dogs’ game hits Australia this week

Australian retailers are reportedly set to announce the availability of Ubisoft's hotly-anticipated title 'Watch Dogs' - a hacker-themed video game - this week. The platforms on which the game is being launched in Australia include the PC, as well as the Xbox One, the PlayStation 4 (PS4), the Xbox 360, and the PlayStation 3 (PS3) game consoles.

Popular weed selling game 'Weed Firm' pulled from Apple’s App Store

Popular weed selling game 'Weed Firm' pulled from Apple’s App Store

On Wednesday, tech giant Apple pulled the plug on Manitoba Games' popular 'Weed Firm' game which pivots around the concept of sale of weed by the players to earn fast cash.

Apple has taken down the 'Weed Firm' game from the App Store in spite of the fact that the game ranked at the top, in terms of downloads, for days before it was nixed on Wednesday.

Dong Nguyen releases screenshot of new ‘Flappy Bird’ game

Dong Nguyen releases screenshot of new ‘Flappy Bird’ game

Close on the heels of revealing that the outrageously-popular 'Flappy Bird' game will return to the app stores in August sporting a multiplayer mode, the game's creator Dong Nguyen has now released

Harmonix launches Kickstarter campaign to raise $775,000 for Amplitude sequel

Harmonix launches Kickstarter campaign to raise $775,000 for Amplitude sequel

A Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign has been launched by Rock Band developer Harmonix for bringing out a sequel to 2003's cult classic rhythm-action game - Amplitude - which was originally released on Sony's PlayStation 2 gaming console.

Comcast reportedly close to signing deal to stream EA games to TVs

Comcast reportedly close to signing deal to stream EA games to TVs

According to media reports citing unidentified sources, telecom giant Comcast is close to signing a partnership deal with Electronics Arts (EA), to allow its US customers to purchase games from EA through their televisions.

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