Aside from some admittedly minor gripes and the typically icky post-launch content malarkey, Black Ops IIII is an undeniably [...]

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Strange Brigade Review

Strange Brigade is a fun but simple co-op shooter, wrapped in an enjoyable aesthetic with a hilarious narrator and unusual looking characters. Its [...]

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Extrinction Review

For a full-priced game, this is just impossible to recommend. Iron Galaxy has co-developed and ported many games, but it also made Divekick, and that game was plenty of fun. Buy that instead, for everyone’s […]

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How the hell did we get so sick of God of War (GoW) that it took half a decade to resurface? A person unfamiliar with the series might look at GoW Ascension (hereafter referred to […]

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With the outright lazy porting treatment and entirely token presence of DMC 2, it’s difficult to recommend the Devil May Cry HD Collection, especially at its current price. If you have a console from the […]

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If you were one of the many people queuing up at this year’s PGF to try any number of the games on offer, chances are, if you had kids, or, you yourself, weren’t colourblind, you […]

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This being my first time at the Perth Games Festival, I didn’t know what to expect aside from an array of student showcases full of potential. While this was the case for most of the […]

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Call of Duty: WWII Review

Call of Duty: WWII is a return to form for the series, but only if you’re a fan from Modern Warfare onwards. The series’ biggest draw, competitive multiplayer, has been pared back and re-invigorated by the […]

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Dishonored: Death of the Outsider is a fully fleshed out follow-up to one of the best games of last year, and a damned steal with its budget pricing. The story is the series’ at its […]

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Here’s something people often don’t like to admit: Call of Duty is fun. Sure, Ghosts and Modern Warfare 3 were utter garbage and deserved to be named so, but every other entry has a redeeming […]

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