The Australian OFLC has reared it’s ugly head and proven, once again, just how out of touch it’s members are with the modern world by refusing classification for Saints Row IV, a decision which, unfortunately, […]

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“Is Microsoft ready for the next generation? A detailed investigation on the controversy surrounding the Xbox One, and it’s change in policy after E3 2013.” By now the dust has cleared, and E3 is well […]

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Resident Evil: Revelations shows a renewed potential for the series, despite feeling outdated. It might not be the best in the series, but it definitely feels like a Resident Evil game, and that’s important.

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“A first hand look at the new OUYA console, fresh off the Kickstarter production line. Does it stand up to the hype? A detailed review on what to expect from the new open source console […]

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Metro: Last Light deserves a lot of praise as it establishes one of the greatest atmospheres in any game to date and truly embraces supernatural horror in a compelling manner.

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Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen will re-introduce players to the massively open world of Gransys, as well as the all new and deadly Bitterblack Isles. […]

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Defiance Review

Defiance is a transmedia experiment that promised players a massively multiplayer world that would co-exist in real time with a television […]

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With an outstanding cast of characters, compelling world and a narrative that will almost certainly blow your mind when the final curtain draws, this is just one of those games we recommend everybody should play.

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Tomb Raider Review

Tomb Raider is an origin story that was designed to make you care, and with an outstanding performance from Camilla Luddington and the rest of the cast, I believe Crystal Dynamics achieved exactly what they […]

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Vergil’s Downfall successfully applies subtle changes to the core formula of DmC to successfully build a compelling and unique experience of it’s own.

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