Dragon Ball Fusions Review

Dragon Ball Fusions is a clever idea executed messily. The sloppy localisation keeps the characters or scenarios from being as fun as they ought to be, while the monotonous structure means things get boring before they get fun. The premise of building a team of […]

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Sniper Elite 4 Review

Sniper Elite 4 is the high-watermark for the series, with consistently enjoyable single-player that allows the series’ best gameplay traits to shine [...]

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Two years ago, self-proclaimed MMO and Nintendo enthusiast Sonia had never played a shooting game. Now she owns and manages her own [...]

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Tales of Berseria Review

Tales of Berseria is an excellent addition to the Tales franchise and one of the best I’ve played by far. With a darker story than most of the others in the series, I feel it is more accessible to those who have never played any […]

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Gravity Rush 2 Review

Gravity Rush 2 is a pleasant, thoughtful and fun video game. Positivity oozes from its characters, settings and overall tone, but the story never shies from dark turns. There are several stories worth being a part of here, and dozens of great characters with which […]

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Perhaps there are a myriad of loyal Digimon fans out there enjoying Digimon World: Next Order as we speak, but, talking as an outsider, this game is a collection of design mistakes and wasted potential. The concept of roaming the digital world with my monstrous […]

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DEXED Review

DEXED is a shallow but pleasant VR shooter. Its variously themed yet consistently styled levels justify DEXED as a VR game, while the shooting itself feels more like an excuse to fly through said environments. It’s hard to not think of this as a trial […]

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Honestly, as the time slowly draws closer for Kingdom Hearts III, there’s no better time to try and get started on the series. As it currently stands from this fan’s perspective, it’s hard to argue against the offering of a plethora of games that have […]

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Welcome to the year of the Rooster. For what felt like a Chinese New Year gift, I was kindly invited to the Bandai Namco offices in Sydney to go hands-on with a few games set to be released later this year. I read so much […]

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As far as classics go, Myst is right up there, so it’s a shame that the controls were so shoddy. The port does plenty right in bringing the atmosphere to mobile devices, but the game requires so much more than a mobile device can give. […]

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