World of Final Fantasy is an endearing concept that had potential, which is why I wanted to love it a lot more than I did. Everything about it serves as a heartfelt letter to longtime […]

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Rhythm Paradise Megamix has a great sense of humour, genuinely fun (if difficult) mini-games, excellent music, and great animations. If you’re [...]

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Batman: Return To Arkham is a functional re-release of Arkham Asylum and Arkham City – and that’s it. Much of Asylum is shockingly dated and below modern standards, but it isn’t without its strengths. City, […]

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Note from the authors: While they didn’t quite make the list below, we’d like to give a shout out to a few other titles that were no less awesome. Symphony of the Machine, Mallow Drops, […]

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Dark Messiah of Might and Magic was criminally underrated when it first landed in 2006. Paris-based Arkane Studios released it to a mixed mainstream reception, but to me, it was the best immersive-sim you could […]

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After all the dust settles, the big question is whether the 20 Year Celebration Edition of Rise of the Tomb Raider is worth it? For PlayStation 4 users, absolutely! The lone game by itself is […]

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Battlefield 1 Review

For a long time, Battlefield games have been nothing more than a platform for a military shooter without much soul. The Bad Company games worked so well as they made the story about the soldiers […]

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If convention attendance was a marathon, the morning of PAX day three would be “The Wall.” And it would be easy to believe that we have hit the wall. This morning, Paddy sent out a […]

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Second days are so fraught with mediocrity. Who remembers the second day of school as the exciting time that it wasn’t? No, second days are relegated to the annals of our memories, pushed aside in […]

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Another year, another PAX Australia, another gathering of gamers young and old, plain or fancy, coming together to celebrate the shared pastime [...]

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