Station Stop Review

Station Stop is on the precipice of being a good (though not great) product but needs to spend some time in the maintenance yard. I think this is another cog to add to the discussion on the trend toward the release of ‘unfinished’ games with […]

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One convenient location where you can browse through all of our interviews conducted during the 2015 Perth Games Festival! […]

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Blitz Bandits and I are old acquaintances, having met once before in Melbourne on SK’s game tour around Australia. In the small back-courtyard of a bar in St. Kilda, I drunkenly smashed out a few dozen rounds with some of the other punters that had […]

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I’m not going to lie, mobile games aren’t really my thing; I’ve tried more than a few, but I often find them lacking in content and bogged down in freemium garbage. However, I not only enjoy Mr. Nibbles Forever, but I believe I was placed […]

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While they certainly weren’t re-inventing the wheel with Game of Thrones, I can appreciate how solid and defined a product Telltale continue to make with such highly regarded pop culture series’. Their offerings are of a consistent quality, with great narrative focus and attention to […]

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Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege is undeniably enjoyable, but as far as tactical shooters go, it’s not the best. It’s CS: GO with destructible terrain, a focus on positioning, and arbitrary restrictions on your loadout. It’s a shallow game, but it offers plenty of freedom […]

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I’ll always put my hand up for the chance to interview developers for GameCloud and to try out any epic games on display. Except this time: my two biggest fears are drowning and diminishing spaces – which basically makes up the premise for Savage Cabbage’s […]

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I had the chance to catch up with Eeshwar Rajagopalan of tripleqmark productions at the Perth Games Festival and threw a bunch of questions at him to give first-timer’s a better insight into who he is and what he does. I played his game previously […]

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RAEZ is a fairly recognizable name lately with the release of COGZ, and it was the perfect chance to pick the mad scientist’s brain. Wez was busy running the enormous floor-sized Ludicrous COGZ for the enamoured public at the Perth Games Festival, but he still […]

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Paradigm builds on the traditions of early 90s point-n-click adventure games with its own brand of quirky, idiosyncratic humour and [...]

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