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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For as much as I love the survival horror genre, there has always been one prominent game series that has eluded me: Fatal Frame. It’s a franchise that I’ve forever been meaning to try, and yet, for one reason or another, have just never found […]

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I know that Kirby is ostensibly a children’s series, and so we’ll never get a truly dark Kirby game, but the story behind Robobot started off strong and promising before falling pretty flat. Its influence is just barely squeezed into gameplay, level, and visual design, […]

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E3 is a magical time for any fan of gaming. It’s that one time of the year when everyone’s eyes are fixed in one place, and we all sit with bated breath waiting for those magical moments to blow us away. If you’re from Australia, […]

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Hearts of Iron IV presents a game with mind-boggling amounts of depth through a UI that, while imperfect, is far from unusable. I still wish I could sink years of my life into it, but practicality demands that I don’t fail my uni course. For […]

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I think it’s fair to say that Sony created some massive ripples within the industry during their press conference at E3 last year. First party titles such Horizon: Zero Dawn and Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End wowed audiences with their visual finesse while the return […]

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