During PAX I attended a panel called “Boss Level: Meet the Brains in Charge of the Aussie Games Industry,” which was a Q&A between the audience and several individuals that influence the Australian gaming industry, including WA Greens Senator Scott Ludlam. Scott was once an […]

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I hated Tri Force Heroes so much that I returned it to the store; in my mind, there’s nothing redeeming about this game. I don’t know how this cracked out pipe-dream of a game made it through play testing with all involved saying “this is […]

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PAXAus 2015 is over for another year and our weary reporters have slunk off to their beds to sleep for a week. (We hear Nick sleeps upside down like a bat, and Ellis has some kind of re-breather chamber. No on wants to venture into […]

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The sun is setting on PAXAus 2015 and it’s been an amazing few days according to our intrepid reporters – Paddy, Nick and Ellis. They’re presenting the last of the shiniest of shinies and prettiest of baubles that they’ve uncovered from across the convention floors. […]

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The weekend has landed and day two of PAX saw the halls of the Melbourne Exhibition Center overflowing with gaming enthusiasts of all varieties! Once more unto the breach we unleashed our fearless reporters – Nick, Paddy and Ellis – to take in the sights, […]

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It’s that time of year again, folks: PAX time! Can you feel that in the air? That electric feeling of thousands of gamers converging upon a single place to celebrate the culture! Something more of a festival than a convention, PAXAus offers a not-quite-literal smorgasbord […]

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ATTENTION READER, SPOILERS!: This is part 2 of an ongoing series of articles, click here for the first in the series. I won’t be going out of my way to spoil major plot details, however, due to the nature of these articles, some details are […]

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Well, this was certainly different. Albino Lullaby is an FPS puzzle-platformer (to borrow from Ashley Birch, a platuzzler, if you will) that promises players a horror experience without “relying on jump scares or gore.” Albino Lullaby Episode 1 is a horror in the classic sense, […]

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Mad Max Review

If this had been a game set in the Mad Max universe but with a different character as the player character, I would have been happy. This game is good on a technical level for the most part. The driving combat is a lot of […]

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Armello Review

Digital board games are a great idea; as anyone who regularly enjoys playing board games can tell you, getting a group of adults together into a room at the same time is no easy task. I’ve seen plenty of adaptations of existing board games, but […]

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