Category Archives: Video Games

Paris Games Week 2015: New Star Wars Battlefront trailer knows what you want to see

If you were one of the nine million people who played the Star Wars Battlefront beta, you know it was only a sliver of the content available in the full game. With its November 17 release date now firmly in sight, EA have dropped one more trailer during Sony’s Paris Games Week presser to keep you pumped. Continue reading Paris Games Week 2015: New Star Wars Battlefront trailer knows what you want to see

Video Games Review: Guitar Hero Live (Xbox One, 2015)

With Guitar Hero Live and Rock Band 4 hitting Australian store shelves within a week of each other, the music and rhythm genre that dominated lounge rooms everywhere only five years ago is officially back from hiatus. With Guitar Hero Live, developer FreeStyle Games is attempting to bring something new to the table. The question is: will rhythm game fans find all this newness to their liking? Continue reading Video Games Review: Guitar Hero Live (Xbox One, 2015)

Video Games Interview: Treyarch’s David Vonderhaar talks Call of Duty: Black Ops III

The 2015 EB Expo was a huge show boasting equally huge titles, and few titles are as huge as Call of Duty. With Black Ops III right around the corner, we caught up with Treyarch’s Studio Design Director David Vonderhaar to talk about his dev career, what we can expect from the new game and where we go from here. Continue reading Video Games Interview: Treyarch’s David Vonderhaar talks Call of Duty: Black Ops III

Video Games Review: Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butoden (3DS, 2015)

Dragon Ball Z’s place in pop culture in unquestionably prevalent. Its ability to crossover and interject itself into a range of mediums has been the reason for its longevity. It’s no surprise then then that its transition to video games is not only academic but highly welcome for a demographic that wants just that little bit more of their favourite anime.
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8 Classic Video Games That Desperately Need Sequels

In the ever-changing video games industry landscape, it’s easy for classic franchises to be left behind or forgotten. Some characters have been adapted and changed, such as Rare’s foul-mouthed mascot, Conker, who appeared in the recent Project Spark and Sony’s Spyro the Dragon, now featuring in the much-loved Skylanders series. Other games are often left in the dust, and never get the sequels that they deserve. Here’s our list of the top video game franchises that desperately need sequels for the modern generation of gaming…... Continue Reading