We haven’t heard anything from Playup since December last year, so I got pretty excited at hearing that another event was finally being held. It’s been a while, but Playup Perth was back with a vengeance and a whole slew of local games to try. […]

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After last year’s mess of rapid-fire announcements and JPEG logo reveals, Nintendo needed to knock their E3 2018 showing out of the park, and for the most part, they did. It was a short, sweet, and succinct 40 minute look into the future of the […]

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If I ever find the event manager for E3, we’re going to have a long talk about their scheduling. It’s university exam period, and what does my phone keep buzzing about? Press conferences, game announcements and trailers galore! I have exams to study for, man, […]

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Sony let us know ahead of time that they’d be focusing on four of their biggest upcoming exclusives in this year’s E3 showing. The Last of Us Part II, Ghost of Tsushima, Death Stranding and Spider-Man were the games announced to come under the E3 […]

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Last year, the Ubisoft E3 presentation seemed like a series of teasers for upcoming projects. This year, I expected the presentation to be filled with progress reports and DLC rather than the reveal of any new IP. However, Ubisoft have been known to pull a […]

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Just like last year, Bethesda started their conference with a fun slice of life montage of everyone who works at their company. There was a decidedly cheesy aspect to it, of course, with employees all enthusiastically working with each other, joking around, mugging for the […]

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Live presentations have never been the strongest suit for Microsoft, but they managed to do surprisingly well, albeit awkwardly this year. They didn’t make any (un?)intentional rape jokes, at least. The on-stage presence was reserved mainly for those doing deep-dives on featured titles and flowery […]

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Kicking off EA’s presentation with some augmented reality for Anthem as a way to show-off was quite cool and gave me some hope for the rest of their time slot, but actually, it was the best part of it. Andrea Rene came on stage with […]

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Making a game is a daunting task. You can spend years designing and building a game, ironing out every kink that may present itself, but this need not be the only way. If your passion burns like a skin-tight aerobics costume, you could try your […]

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It’s almost painful to think that the last Playup Perth was over six months ago. Thankfully, Playup is back and ready to make a more significant mark on the local scene. The brand has updated its look and teamed up with the City of Perth […]

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