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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In late January, SAE hosted the 2017 Perth Global Game Jam. If you’re not familiar with what that is, then visualise a bunch of dedicated individuals cramming themselves into SAE’s state of the art facilities – and then creating an entire game in 48 hours. […]

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The landscape of the Oceanic Pro League (OPL) is very different this year. There is a new team in the OPL (Exile 5), a new point-scoring system for the competition ladder, every team has their own gaming house in Sydney, and games are played on […]

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Sit your ass down. Don’t think of going anywhere because we have got some subject matter to discuss, you and I! That’s right, we’re going to talk about how things work, and not things like lasers or claymore mines. HELL NO! We’re talking movement, chummy […]

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I’ll say this about Capcom: they’ve got guts. If you had told me this time last year Resident Evil was going to reinvent itself again and make a huge comeback, I probably would have laughed. And yet, against all odds, that’s exactly what they’ve managed […]

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Urban Empire Review

Urban Empire is as dull as they get. The tedium of always waiting is compounded by frustrating mechanics and an inability to be creative with how you create your city. While the focus of the game isn’t in how the city is designed, the game […]

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When life presents you with the silky smooth jam of opportunity, you must snatch it up and lather yourself in it. Yes, Global Game Jam snuck up on us to spread the fruit of game development across the globe once again. This year, I went […]

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The Project Diva series has always delivered consistently excellent rhythm gaming, with various odd add-on content of differing quality. [...]

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The Nintendo 64 had Super Mario 64, the Wii had the Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess, and the Wii U had New Super Mario Bros. U. Nintendo’s latest console, the Nintendo Switch, is set to launch with the much anticipated The Legend of Zelda: Breath […]

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