While mainstream developers shift away from local multiplayer, the sheer scope and variety of independent multiplayer games at PAX Australia 2015 shows that it ain't dead yet.
Every year, the indie game offering at the PAX Australia convention gets bigger and better. Here are some of our favourite titles from the 2015 show.
The Girt team bear down for the start of PAX Australia 2015, check in on the new-look Kogan Mobile and, in honour of Back to the Future week, offer up their visions for the future.
PAX Australia is fast approaching, and if you're at a loss as to what to check out on the jam-packed show floor, CNET has you covered.
Forget the big booths and booming sounds. The indie area at PAX Aus was a hive of innovation and excitement.
Tucked away at the first Australian Penny Arcade Expo was a true treasure trove of retro gaming goodness.
From one real tank to many dice on tabletops, CNET Australia takes you on a tour of Australia's first Penny Arcade Expo in Melbourne.
Optus pinches the English Premier League from Foxtel, Apple works with American Express to get its contactless payment system up and running, and we talk about what rocked at PAX Australia.
14-year-old Kew McParlane took Kickstarter by storm with a multiplayer dueling game that sees players flailing to stab each other.
The passion project from Flat Earth Games is a space-trading simulator that does a heck of a lot more than it says on the tin.