It’s been a while since I’ve written one of these WWWTFs. Uni stole my time for the most part, but there were still plenty of hours in the day for me to write up a few words here and there. That time wasn’t spent being […]

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Tekken 7 Review

If we look past the god awful story, Tekken 7 is another solid entry in the saga. The core gameplay is as satisfying as ever, and Rage Arts help make the game less intimidating for the poor noobs. With a wide array of memorable characters […]

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There’s a German word, Fremdschämen, that has no English equivalent. It describes feeling embarrassment for someone else because of how [...]

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The Surge Review

Although The Surge is an enjoyable game, it’s no Dark Souls. Most of the combat is easy to game and lacks any real depth or precision, but man, I do love chopping off limbs to acquire some ‘better’ body parts. The narrative also doesn’t try […]

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Strafe Review

Strafe could have been a stellar game of fast-paced shooting and looting, but it fails to deliver on either front. The gunplay is dull, the graphics lose their novelty all too quickly, and the procedural generation hinders the game more than it helps. There are […]

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Sniper: Ghost Warrior 3 is the power trip for someone who doesn’t need the best game on the market. There’s fun to be had in sneaking around and murdering dudes without a hitch, but the game has plenty of flaws too. The biggest issue is […]

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If there’s one thing kids need more of in a healthy, well-balanced breakfast, it’s video games. A few pixels a day keeps the torment of homework at bay, and where better to get their monthly serving of fresh, grassroots, unpasteurised indie gaming than Playup Perth! […]

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Back in 2016, I was sitting in a bar with a bud and a Budweiser discussing what the hell ‘fun’ is. Shock horror, we didn’t come to a conclusive answer. Our burgers were decent enough to counteract the taste of not reaching a conclusion, but […]

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Well, well, well, look who’s come crawling back for more. Couldn’t move onto a different topic, could we? Join the club. Everything is just frames to me now, including that one cute girl down at Zambrero’s who makes a hell of a burrito. Flirting is […]

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For Honor Review

For Honor is a great game that has the multiplayer capabilities of something from 1991. It’d be nice to give Dominion a go and give a fuller review on things like the progression system, but the inability to even join multiplayer matches ruined that plan. […]

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