Slated for release on August 23rd, Deus Ex: Mankind Divided (from developer Eidos Montreal) is the direct sequel to Deus Ex: Human Revolution (2011), which in turn is set 25 years before the first title in the Deus Ex franchise (Deus Ex, 2000) and parallel […]

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Dangerous Golf Review

Dangerous Golf is a fun arcade title with a lot of destruction and mayhem, but it’s also one that’s best enjoyed in small portions. While there is a good assortment of courses, the gameplay doesn’t change or add anything new as the game progresses. Visually […]

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It’s always a shame when a game built on a foundation of good ideas falls over at the execution. The Technomancer is definitely a playable game with interesting concepts, it’s more a matter if you’re committed enough to devote the amount of time and energy […]

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While the general population of Australia cast their vote for a perceived lesser of two evils, a contest of a completely different nature (but max IVs and EVs of course) was being played out at the 2016 Australia and New Zealand Pokemon Video Game National […]

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Developers, gamers, musicians, a/v technicians, writers, and other generally intrigued folk were amongst those assembled for what was to be [...]

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You are trapped on a boat. The unicorn you were meant to be attending to has escaped. You need not be reminded of the last time you witnessed the full extent of its bloodlust, let alone on a vessel with no reasonable means of escape. […]

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Mighty No. 9 Review

So there you have it, friends, Mighty No. 9: A game that promised so much, delivered so little, and derailed the hype train so hard that even the survivors are still in shock. The story sounds like it was story-boarded with crayons by an eight […]

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I was incredibly disappointed by Sherlock Holmes: The Devil’s Daughter because I was looking forward to a real puzzle. That is, the joy of experiencing a detective story, trying to figure out the solution before he does, and feeling triumphant joy when you do. This […]

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For someone as lazy and physically inactive as myself, I’m oddly drawn to games that use farming as their central theme. I’m not talking about stuff like Farming Simulator 20XX; I mean games like Harvest Moon, Stardew Valley, and now Slime Rancher. The farming aspect […]

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INSIDE Review

INSIDE is a stunning masterpiece to behold and uncover, and is, without a doubt, an experience that should not be missed. Playdead Studios has once again taken a simple formula and excelled to extraordinary new heights when it comes to delivering striking environments and cleverly […]

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