Final Fantasy XV Review

While Final Fantasy XV might feel like a radical departure for the series in some ways, it’s also the closest Square Enix has come in over a decade to recapture what makes Final Fantasy so […]

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World of Final Fantasy is an endearing concept that had potential, which is why I wanted to love it a lot more than I did. Everything about it serves as a heartfelt letter to longtime […]

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While it’s always very exciting to see our biggest local games come out to play with the public, something I’ve always personally enjoyed about the Perth Games Festival is the platform it provides to students […]

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While VR isn’t exactly new, it’s fair to say with the launch of PlayStation VR this week that the medium just made its first big push into the mainstream. There’s a lot of buzz in […]

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Forza Horizon 3 Review

Forza Horizon 3 is certainly one of the most robust racing games ever released, but what I feel sets if apart from other games in the genre is its mass appeal and good vibes. Whether […]

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Catherine is probably one of the strangest games to describe to someone who has never heard of it before. One part romantic horror adventure and one part puzzle-platformer, it’s easily one of the most unique […]

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Deus Ex: Mankind Divided is a good game that had potential to be one of the greats, but it didn’t work out that way. It has too many caveats, and that ultimately let it down. […]

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Bound Review

Much like all of Plastic Studio’s previous work, Bound is yet another fantastic expression of art. It’s also a stunning and unique audio/visual experience and deserves to be experienced on that merit alone. However, the […]

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I have to admit that comic books aren’t my first choice as a storytelling medium, though that’s not to say I’m not a fan of superheroes. Batman is, without a doubt, my favourite comic book […]

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As a new parent, I’ve been thinking about the concept of unconditional love a lot lately. It’s something I don’t think you fully understand until you’ve had a child, or at least that’s how it […]

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