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June in Gaming

Try not to let E3 2013 distract you. Despite June’s focus directed towards Microsoft, Sony, and Nintendo, along with every third party under the sun, and their wealth of unannounced, unreleased games, there’s actual...
 
 
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Metro: Last Light: The Power of Place

To me, the setting is probably the most important aspect of playing a game. If I think about all the games I like, they have one thing in common: a well-realised setting in which they take place. From the classic Shenmue throug...
 

 
 
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Planning Ahead: The DLC Dilemma

When I’m considering making a DLC purchase, I often weigh up a number of key factors before digging into my virtual wallet. Firstly, is the price of the DLC justified by the content on offer? Secondly, is the DLC integral to th...
 
 
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Preview: Remember Me

When it came to previewing Remember Me at Microsoft’s Sydney office, I knew nothing about it until I picked up my controller. Was it going to be an action adventure game? A fighter? An RPG? As it turned out, Remember Me h...
 

 
 
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Preview: Grid 2

With just under a month until its release, racing fans are revving up their engines for Grid 2. Coming five years after the original Grid, this sequel so far seems to have kept the fun spirit of the original. We were lucky enou...
 
 
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May in Gaming

May could be seen as a symbolic month, as it marks the point where legendary and controversial series Mortal Kombat is greenlit for Australian audiences. Much in thanks to our new R18+ for video games, 2011′s Mortal Komba...
 

 
 
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A Perspective on PlayStation Plus

Although I try to keep a positive, open perspective towards the ins-and-outs of this joyous medium we call gaming, I won’t deny that years of experience have developed stubborn precedents. Try as I might to shake them, th...
 
 
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April in Gaming

Today might be a joke, but April’s release schedule isn’t. Certainly quieter than March, April is not without a good few games worth looking into. If you’ve got any cash left over from stocking up on chocolate...