Author: Leah Williams

I Nearly Shed a Tear While Playing The Spyro Reignited Trilogy

July 1, 2018

Growing up, I played the Spyro and Crash trilogies annually. It was a family tradition that had long fallen by the wayside in the wake of jobs, university studies and adult responsibilities. When the Crash Bandicoot: N-Sane Trilogy was released, the tradition was revived, and many great hours were spent pouring over the remarkable and […]

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WWE 2K19 Unveils Phenomenal New Cover Star, Release Date and Million Dollar Challenge

June 19, 2018

Current WWE World Champion and modern wrestling legend AJ Styles has been announced as the new face of WWE 2K19, topping off a brilliant few years for the superstar.

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WWE SuperCard Puts on a Big Show with Brand New Goliath Tier

June 15, 2018

A brand new card tier has made its way to 2K’s WWE SuperCard, joining the current Beast, Monster and Titan classes. Goliath tier is king of them all, featuring a brand new set of superstars and better, stronger stats.

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Games Review: The Banner Saga (Switch, 2018) Take Me Home, Nordic Roads

June 7, 2018

The Banner Saga has had a long journey to appearing on the Switch, having first arrived as an indie PC and mobile title in 2014, and being ported to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in 2016. It’s surprising that the title didn’t appear sooner on the Switch, because for all intents and purposes, it’s the […]

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Games Review: Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection (PS4, 2018): Get a load of Ryu’s big package

June 5, 2018

The Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection is a wonderful little package, collecting twelve of the best Street Fighter titles in sleekly presented single game format. Twelve Street Fighter titles, you might say? But didn’t they just release Street Fighter V? Well, hold onto your hats folks because the 30th Anniversary Collection doesn’t just collect the […]

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Games Review: Vampyr (PC, 2018) Will Make A Vamp Outta You

June 5, 2018

Vampyr feels like a game that I’ve been waiting nearly 15 years for. Somehow, despite the wild 2008 boom of vampire fiction that followed Stephanie Meyer’s Twilight franchise, video game vampires have often been given the short end of the stick. While there are certain shining examples, from the grim western Darkwatch: Curse of the […]

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Games Review: Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition (Switch, 2018) – Hack-and-Slash, and Slash, and Slash

May 31, 2018

Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition is, surprisingly, the third release of the game, having first appeared on the Wii U in 2014, and later on the Nintendo 3DS in 2016. This time, Hyrule Warriors comes in a complete, shiny package, featuring all DLC from the original game as well as brand new Breath of the Wild […]

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Games Review: Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Trilogy (Switch, 2018): We Are Fighting Dreamers

May 4, 2018

Growing up, I was completely obsessed by the Naruto anime, to the point where I once went to a birthday party dressed as series antagonist, Sasuke. It was an embarrassing time. In 2018, Naruto and its sequel anime Naruto Shippuden have long since ended, with the once rambunctious and wild-spirited Naruto all grown up. Having […]

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Fight to be the Last Man Standing in New WWE SuperCard Event

April 20, 2018

2K have announced a brand new, limited time event for players of WWE SuperCard. Beginning today, Last Man Standing will be available for all players – a single player event focusing on clearing arenas and advancing through the in-game leader board.... Continue Reading

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Celebrate the release of God of War By Crafting Your Own Leviathan Axe

April 13, 2018

In partnership with the lovely folks at Eveleigh Works, Playstation Australia have launched a God of War-inspired axe-making course where participants will forge their own ornamental replica of Kratos’ Leviathan Axe from the game.

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