Overall, PGF delivered a solid outing of games and local creativity. It wasn’t the best-organised event, especially when it came to layout [...]

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LEGO DC Super-Villains Review

LEGO DC Super-Villains was a delight to play from start to finish and once again shows an attention to the source material even the big budget DC films sometimes seem to lack. The astounding voice […]

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Red Dead Redemption 2 Review

Red Dead Redemption 2 is undoubtedly a technical masterpiece and a new high watermark for cinematic storytelling. Whether players [...]

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Pokémon Let’s Go has been designed with some clear key phrases in mind: “streamlined gameplay,” “capture focused,” and [...]

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At this point enough has been written about Dark Souls and its sequels to make a naive review fairly redundant. Even if you haven’t played From Software’s 2011 hit, you probably know about it since […]

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HITMAN 2 Review

HITMAN 2 is more of the same, with an emphasis on more and same. The gameplay is damn near unchanged, but it’s still satisfying to line up the hit and carry it out. The more […]

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My Hero One’s Justice Review

You know when you purchase your favourite packet of chips from the supermarket, take them home, and upon opening it, you find out it’s half filled with air? Well, that’s kind of how My Hero […]

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Earlier this year, I wrote up some first impressions when I got my hands on Command & Conquer Rivals. The article overviews why I like it, but I’m still in shock about enjoying a mobile […]

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This is my coming of age article. My first official preview of AAA game was Just Cause 3 at the Bandai Namco offices all the way back in 2015. I was so terrible at the […]

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Quality over quantity seems to be the new Playup Perth mantra. There’s been a grand total of two events this year, including this one, but they’ve been a higher quality of show as a result. […]

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