PAX Australia has today announced that those stuck at home and unable to make it to the Melbourne event this weekend need not worry, as a new partnership with streaming website Twitch.tv will provide streaming access to multiple panels all across the local event.
After a very successful first showing this time last year, the Australian Penny Arcade Expo is back again this weekend to offer up a whole collection of gaming culture. From video game booths to Cards Against Humanity tournaments, PAX Australia is the go-to place for gaming culture, and AusGamers will be there throughout the event.
We're not far from the annual release of the next Call of Duty, this time at the helm of Sledgehammer Games, and as is customary, Activision and Sledgehammer have released a live action trailer in anticipation of the game's release next week.
Bethesda has today released a brand-new trailer for their highly stylised free-to-play multiplayer romp, Battlecry, and also revealed to us in an interview why its first beta foray will be exclusive to Australia and New Zealand.