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    Troll and I never ceases to appal, impugn or confound. The time I’d spent with it, I liken to a mild form of torture, […]

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    In the five-year absence of Mass Effect in my life, I’ve held out hope that Bioware would come back to its fans with all […]

  • The What, Why & WTF: Fun

    Back in 2016, I was sitting in a bar with a bud and a Budweiser discussing what the hell ‘fun’ is. Shock horror, we […]

  • Super Bomberman R Review

    As a series, Bomberman has its bad entries but is otherwise considered to be among the ranks of gaming classics. Super Bomberman R spits […]

  • Styx: Shards of Darkness Review

    Styx: Shards of Darkness is a refreshingly obtuse stealth action game, with a snarky but endearing lead character and an old school difficulty curve. […]

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    Despite the dozens of complaints I have, I still had a blast playing Yooka-Laylee. At its core, the characters feel great and play well. […]

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Conan Exiles – Announcement Trailer

An open-world survival game set in the brutal world of Conan the Barbarian! You are an exile, outcast and downtrodden, sentenced to walk in […]

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Xenoblade Chronicles X Retrospective Review

With the release of the Nintendo Switch now a hopefully fixed point in our future, I felt it would be wise to find any […]

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Uncharted 4 – Survival Mode Trailer

Survival is a wave-based mode where you and up to two additional friends can take on swarms of increasingly powerful enemies and unique objectives. […]

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Final Fantasy XV – 101 Trailer Extended Cut

Take an extended look at the characters, gameplay mechanics and more found in the living breathing world of Final Fantasy XV in the official […]

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Yakuza 0 – The Vibrant Nightlife of Japan Trailer

Just because you’re Yakuza doesn’t mean you can’t have fun! The streets of Tokyo have a whole lot to offer! Whether you decide to […]

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Rad Rodgers: World One – Launch Trailer

Rad Rodgers is an action-packed 4th-wall busting 3D side-scroller inspired by the precision platformers of the 90’s, powered by today’s Unreal Engine 4. Coming […]

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Dragon Quest Builders Review

If you think Dragon Quest Builders looks even a little bit fun – it is. It definitely is, and it’s worth your money. It […]

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PAX Aus 2016: Interview with Armello Producer Lisy Kane

Armello is a digital board game that we’ve covered a few times on GameCloud before, and over the past year since it’s release things […]

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PAX Aus 2016: Interview with Symphony of the Machine Creators Lisa Rye and Vee Pendergrast

I like the idea of VR, but there hasn’t been a lot of games using it to convince me of its viability. For one, […]

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PAX Aus 2016: Interview with Blockpocalypse Developer Nial Bruce

Just like BrambleLash, Blockpocalypse speaks to a certain part of me, a dark part, one that gibbers madly into my ear about how I […]

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