Are you the kind of RTS player that loves grand strategy and epic battles, sending forth hundreds of units to clash together in a spectacular fashion? At first glance, Ashes of the Singularity looks and […]

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During PAX I attended a panel called “Boss Level: Meet the Brains in Charge of the Aussie Games Industry,” which was a Q&A between the audience and several individuals that influence the Australian gaming industry, […]

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If you’re anything like me, your reaction to hearing about the Master of Orion reboot was somewhere between glee and utter confusion. On the one hand, eff yeah, Master of Orion is always a good […]

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October and November are two of the busiest months of the year on the gaming calendar- it is a time when a myriad of high profile publishers are launching their big-ticket titles. If you look […]

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Like many others before me (and many others still yet to come), I’ve wanted to play Five Nights At Freddy’s since it first released. For the longest time, it was a frequently talked about online; […]

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Picture this: I’m playing a game of Trouble in Terrorist Town with a bunch of my friends. I’ve just figured out who the traitor is, and I’m alone with him. I shoot him right the […]

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Just like any other kid who grew up in the ’90s, I was enamored with the wide-spanning collection of horror books ‘Goosebumps’ by R.L. Stine. As my first introduction to the horror genre, it would […]

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Micro management is more than just maximising the efficiency of your army; it’s about making units feel unique, fun to use and to create exciting interactions between players. There’s nothing satisfying about just attack moving […]

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ATTENTION READER, SPOILERS!: This is part 2 of an ongoing series of articles, click here for the first in the series. I won’t be going out of my way to spoil major plot details, however, […]

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Sometimes it’s nice to travel off the beaten path when it comes to video games, as it can take you to some pretty weird and wonderful places. With the advent of Greenlight on Steam, gamers […]

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