It seems that the indie area of the expo floor at PAX Aus gets bigger every year, and this year was no exception with sixty games on show. Some of these titles were chosen because of their unique ideas and exceptionally well-executed mechanics. Others [...]

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Horror as a form entertainment is a fascinating and bizarre construct. First of all, it’s likely going to be something you either love or hate. There isn’t often a middle ground when it comes to the genre – especially in games, given the interactive and […]

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Here’s something people often don’t like to admit: Call of Duty is fun. Sure, Ghosts and Modern Warfare 3 were utter garbage and deserved to be named so, but every other entry has a redeeming feature. More than a few of them have hallmarks that […]

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Dragon Ball FighterZ looks set to be the best Dragon Ball game in a long time, but I’ve definitely been let down before. How well the final game teaches [...]

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At some point in time, mainstream media gave up on the innocent girl next door trope and decided it would be better if we began to question whether our neighbour’s trimmer was more commonly used on hedges or heads. Films like Disturbia (2007), Kept Woman […]

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Let’s play a game. Open up the Wikipedia page for the Lynx constellation. You need to navigate to the page for the 1995 film Babe in as few clicks as possible without leaving the site. Oh, and no typing in the URL at the top, […]

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The original Life is Strange is admittedly a series I played quite late. I was never pulled towards it when it came out despite all the positive press and my undying love for Telltale-style games. It wasn’t until last year I finally sat down, played […]

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I wanted to have an in-depth first look at The Pillars of the Earth, mostly because it triggered something in my dusty memory banks. It wasn’t until the brief description mentioned it is based on the novel of the same name that it finally hit […]

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It’s still early days for PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS (PUBG), but it’s still doing well for itself. Well enough that it’s able to hold an official ESL tournaments before even leaving Early Access. The wisdom of that is yours to ponder, but it’s worth noting that the […]

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Humanity’s most powerful weapon against the machines will be our undying anger. There was never any hope for smart tactics or on-the-fly thinking when we can barely process what we’d like to eat. No, we flesh bags must develop our skills elsewhere, and what else […]

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