Game Review: Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy (Switch, 2018) spins its way onto all Major Platforms.

July 10, 2018

I had the pleasure of diving back into the way back machine with the old overgrown, orange marsupial last week with Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy on the Nintendo Switch. Crash, despite a few niggling flaws, it still holds up magnificently after 22 years thanks to its wonderful remaster of the very first 3 games in […]

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We are obsessed with the trailer for 3D Realms’ new shooter, Ion Maiden

March 6, 2018

3D Realms knows what they’re good at  — old school, fast-paced, gore-soaked 90’s shooters. Who better to create a genre throwback than one of the very developers who pioneered it — using their own original engine no less?

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Games Hands On: Dusk (PC, 2018): Bringing Quake back

February 14, 2018

Amongst the litany of genre revivals going on in the indie games space right now, there’s one or two that are appearing more than others — Metroidvanias and ultra-hard, skill-centric platformers. Both are born of genres with audiences long-starved starved for content, and it means that interest is high. But, if I may, there’s a […]

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Here’s your first look at the Aussie gaming and mental health webseries CheckPoint, kicking off January 29

January 16, 2018

Back in May last year, we covered the final stages of the CheckPoint Kickstarter. The Kickstarter ultimately reached its goal, allowing the Aussie non-profit CheckPoint to begin production on a planned web series about the intersection between video games and mental health. The show premieres in just under two weeks but here’s a little sneak peek […]

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Robot House’s Rumu releases next week because you deserve an early Christmas present

December 6, 2017

Sydney developer Robot House’s second major title and PAX Aus 2017 indie favourite Rumu will launch next week according to a press release from the studio today.

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Video Games Review: Paradigm (PC/Mac, 2017) is a Beautiful Specimen

April 6, 2017

There are two kinds of people in the world – people that will love Paradigm, and people that can’t stand to see perfection. Paradigm is everything that it needs to be – uncomfortably strange, genuinely hilarious, oddly touching and highly memorable, all at once. For a game that stars a deformed, vaguely European mutant and […]

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Video Games Preview: Conan Exiles shows promise, but has a long walk across the desert ahead of it

March 3, 2017

If you have played any open world survival genre in the last 2 years, you’ve got a good idea how your time with Conan Exiles, even in this early state, will play out. Conan Exiles doesn’t really try anything new at this stage and for most that will be okay. It is essentially another entry in the […]

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Tekken 7 finally arrives on consoles in June

January 24, 2017

Tekken 7 will finally make the jump from arcades to home consoles this June after a 15 month wait, promising to bring the story of Kazuya and Heihachi’s long-running familial war to an end.

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Prepare your wallets: The Steam Autumn Sale is on now

November 24, 2016

It’s always a bit an event when Valve’s Steam store drops one of their huge sales. As expected, there are deep discounts across a massive number of games from new releases to old favourites.

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Dragon Ball launches its most expansive game experience XENOVERSE 2 in Australia

October 28, 2016

Bandai Namco has announced the release of their game Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2, that is promised to be the most expansive Dragon Ball game to date.... Continue Reading

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