This video is from Air New Zealand, and it shows airline safety... on the beach at the Cook Islands.
This is a prank video from Kiwi TV comedians Jono and Ben. Ben is the lucky owner of a new PS4. Jono things he is filming a segment where he smashes Ben's new PS4.
The first person to buy an Xbox One in line in New York City tonight is not the first person on planet Earth to buy an Xbox One. That honour, thanks to the placement of the international date line, went to New Zealand's Dan Livingstone.
I have no idea why, but video games and pizza have always gone together. Have you ever, ever been to a LAN where pizza wasn't ordered? This is why this new app makes so much sense. If you live in New Zealand and you buy from the 'HELL' pizza chain, you can use the box as an augmented reality battlefield using your…
Sorry, New Zealand—you are not the site of the first Xbox One to be sold in the world, despite this promotional stunt involving an Auckland aquarium. About 150 folks already have theirs and didn't have to swim to the bottom of a shark tank for it.
You'd think a 19 year-old convicted criminal would be happy to avoid jail in favour of home detention and the chance to get some gaming done, but nope, not in the case of this unnamed New Zealander.
Kiwi band Delete Delete and effects house Effective...Effects teamed up on this clip for the group's song What Do You Take Me For?
Dr. Grordbort is a character created by WETA's Greg Broadmore, a champion of Victorian Britain's struggles against the inhabitants of Mars. Beginning life as the avatar for a range of fancy toy guns, he's become something of a cult figure, partly for his awesome toy guns, partly because of his wonderful facial hair.
New Zealand developers Sidhe are best known for their local sporting games based on stuff like Rugby League. They generally release one or two games a year. Sadly, one game that's not being released anytime soon is also one that looks damn impressive, especially for anyone who remembers a time when people actually…
A teenager from The Hutt Valley, New Zealand, was last week trying to stay up late playing his Xbox 360. Instead of doing what normal people do, and drink a ton of coffee, he got smart and tried to snort some Ritalin.
The biggest sports game in the world is EA's FIFA series. After that? A whole bunch of American sports. Great for Americans, or the sport's fans, but they're not the only sports in the world.
Reactivation of PlayStation Network, completed early this morning for all of North America, is now proceeding in Europe, New Zealand, Australia, Mexico and South America, PlayStation Europe said through its official Twitter moments ago.
It was like a freight train hit the building.
An earthquake fixed attention and sympathy this week on New Zealand, where more than 100 died and more than 200 still are missing. Authorities probing the rubble surrounding Christchurch find some buildings too unsafe to enter. A Kinect-enabled robot, developed by British researchers, could help in such situations.
MotorStorm: Apocalypse is an upcoming racing game that features buildings falling down all around you. In the wake of a devastating earthquake in the city of Christchurch, that's apparently resulted in the game no longer being released in New Zealand.
Music Unlimited, Sony's streaming music service, hits North American PlayStation 3 consoles today, giving users 30 days access to millions of musical tracks before subscription fees kick in.
While a 5-month old baby died from internal bleeding, 21-year-old Trent Owen Ngaruhe Hapuku apparently continued playing his PlayStation.
Kinect works by projecting infared light throughout the room it's situated in. Under normal circumstances, it's invisible, but switch to night vision mode and you can actually see the dots floating around your living room.
The New Zealand TV network that ripped off a PS3 ad and was called on it by fake executive Kevin Butler sent the PlayStation "vice president of everything," a large gift basket as a gesture of goodwill.