I knew I wanted a Nintendo Switch before attending the hands-on premiere in Melbourne last week, but now having had a closer look, and playing with everything available, I’m marking the days off on my calendar until I can get my own. For months there […]

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Fruit Ninja VR

Fruit Ninja VR likely won’t surprise anyone with what it does, but it just might with how well it does it. Swinging swords feels good, and motion feels perfectly accurate while still being helpfully forgiving. The positive energy and whimsical aesthetic form a consistently fun […]

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2017, you magnificent looking bastard. Talk about an exciting line-up of games! This is the year where tonnes of long-anticipated titles are finally making their official release (e.g. Breath of the Wild, Horizon: Zero Dawn), not to mention Japan is garnering mainstream attention for the […]

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Watch Dogs 2 Review

Being cynical about Ubisoft action games is easy. It would be a shame to be so about Watch Dogs 2. As enjoyable as the gameplay and characters are, there are really uplifting moments that come from the script that are just pure social justice porn, […]

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2016 was a pretty great year for video games, despite the fact it also allegedly beat most of the human race into a bloody pulp in basically every conceivable way possible (as confirmed by social media). But, hey. Games! Amirite? For me personally, 2016 is also […]

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Here we are – 2017, the year of “Please, will the deaths of beloved celebrities please stop?” As is becoming tradition, I’m ringing in the new by shitting on the old, with the delightful task of naming the worst of 2016 falling to yours truly. […]

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Zombies in digital media have reached saturation point, which should be glaringly obvious to anyone that plays video games. There was a period where every developer and their slavering zombie dogs were putting shuffling corpses in their games. It’s now beyond cliche to include zombies […]

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Lethal VR Review

Lethal VR could maybe pass as a free VR launch demo. As its own thing it feels more like an internal tech demo, trying to communicate the most base mechanics of what could become a video game. Even said mechanics, though, are inept next to […]

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Rad Rodgers: World One Review

If you or someone you know is a survivor of the early years of PC gaming, please do yourself a favour, find this game and buy it today. Interceptor Entertainment has done what very few other developers have managed to do and recapture a lost […]

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The Last Guardian Review

If you’re a fan of Team Ico games and haven’t played The Last Guardian yet, or are genuinely curious about the game, then I highly recommend checking it out to satisfy your curiosity about what the final product has become. However, regardless of which side […]

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