Yes, it’s that time again that every gamer anticipates, the next-gen console launch and with Christmas just around the corner – how very [...]

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Over the years, I’ve purchased more games than I’ll ever know what to do with, and truth be told, most of these titles end up in the pile of games where I say, “I’ll play that again”, but in reality, end up sitting on a […]

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Have you ever heard of a Vertigo comic books series called “Fables”? Chances are many of you probably haven’t, and that’s not unexpected, despite the fact it’s a critically acclaimed series. Simply put, Comic books just aren’t for everyone, but if the film industry has […]

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I work in shifts and, as anyone who works in shifts can tell you, working in shifts is the absolute worst for sleeping patterns. So as I sat here at 3AM, in the throes of insomnia, I looked to video games, my cherished past time, […]

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Developed by Cellar Door Games, Rogue Legacy is about a King in peril, and a long suffering family line born from a legendary knight who tried to save him. Their chosen method is questionable, however, since it consists entirely of throwing themselves endlessly into a […]

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For those of you who might be unfamiliar with EB Expo, essentially, it’s the Australian equivalent to other game related shows such as E3, Tokyo Game Show and GamesCom. Well, except for one core difference. The EB Expo is entirely organised by a retailer, and […]

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After spending most of my life fantasizing about the Tokyo Game Show, I was finally able to attend for the first time this year. To say that this was a dream come true would be selling it lightly. In truth, attending the show ranked at […]

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“Papers, Please! Makes you feel awkward and uncomfortable emotions, before making you question if you were ever a good person.” [...]

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It’s been a few weeks now, and the dust has finally started to settle since Microsoft turned away from a used game DRM policy that set the internet on fire earlier this year, and yet, despite these changes, it’s still difficult to say whether any […]

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On the 29th of July, the House of Representatives Infrastructure and Communications Committee in Australia released a report that is suggesting that Australian Game Consumers are being over-charged for Video Games. The finding actually comes as a part of a larger investigation into the prices […]

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