Thumper Review

Thumper is an excellent rhythm game that’s easy to dive into, even for those who are inexperienced with the genre. At the same time, it offers depth and challenge for more experienced players. It’s fun […]

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Star Rush is a unique Mario Party game full of great modes and some of the very best minigames the series has ever seen. Unfortunately, the relatively limited selection of minigames leaves much of the […]

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Civilization VI Review

Fresh mechanics make Civ VI more enjoyable to play than its predecessors, which is saying a hell of a lot for a 4X game. There are still some niggly issues, but nothing that ruins the […]

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Shadow Warrior 2 Review

Shadow Warrior 2 can be summed up as thus: endless phallic humour, chainsaws, and action that would have made people in 2008 go PHWOAR!” Ignoring all the side quests, you could probably complete the main […]

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Mafia III Review

I wish Mafia III was the exciting and progressive open world crime game it promised to be, but it doesn’t even come close to rivalling the likes of genre juggernauts such as Grand Theft Auto. […]

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Base defences have been a part of RTS since its inception and are often regarded as being a simple yet necessary component of RTS games. In reality, designing base defences should be done with great […]

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I understand that FNAF isn’t everyone’s cup of tea; as a horror game it doesn’t quite reach that level of scariness that some desire, and as a game, in general, it’s far from conventional. It […]

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Aragami Review

Aragami is a ninja game that was meant to support several playstyles, from kill ‘em all action to sneaking by without a trace. However, this flexibility only makes the game seem poorly planned and directionless. […]

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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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BioShock: The Collection provides so many exceptional experiences, with so little fault. An entire saga of compelling fiction, some of the most [...]

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