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Video: Adam’s 2014 Spookfest – Halloween Special!

The beginning of some new video content coming your way from us, is Adam’s 2014 Spookfest – Halloween Special! Join Adam as he takes you through Five Nights at Freddy’s, The Hat Man, Among the Sleep, The Fores...
 
 
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New Games This Week! – Rocket Chainsaw

New Games This Week! — This week’s releases aren’t particularly strong in the “omg finally” department. Which is good, as some of us are still catching up on the previous week!         Disney Fantasia: Music...
 

 
 
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PES 2015: Carrying the Team

While I’m not exactly the most knowledgeable or passionate person when it comes to the ancient sporting art of soccer (you can’t touch me, Europeans), I’d be lying if I said I didn’t enjoy a good few gam...
 
 
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New Games This Week! – Rocket Chainsaw

New Games This Week! — It is that time once again (because you know, totally justifiable saying that when this is only the second post…) where I give y’all the lowdown on this week’s big releases in the Australian gaming world....
 

 
 
 
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Watch Dogs: Bad Blood

Tim dusts off his mad hacking skills and takes a good look at the latest DLC for Watch_Dogs.
 
 
 
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Skylanders: Trap Team Review

I’ll admit straight up that I haven’t been previously attracted to the Skylanders series, as in my cynical viewpoint, the whole thing outwardly looks like a complex and ingenious way for Activision to gravitate as much money to...
 

 
 
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New Games This Week! – Rocket Chainsaw

New Games This Week! is a new weekly thing — *throws confetti* — where every Monday morning I’ll be posting a quick little lowdown on the most notable upcoming video game releases for the week following in the...
 
 
 
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Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Revolution – PS3

Now, I’m a lover of both anime and fighting games — I grew up with Killer Instinct Gold, Tekken, and late night SBS anime sessions in lieu of a babysitter — and 99% of the time I can enjoy games that mix the two. Having never r...
 

 
 
 
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Tales of Xillia 2

Tim puts on his best roleplaying gear and dives into the latest entry in the Tales series to make it to Australian shores.
 
 
 
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Disney Infinity: Marvel Super Heroes 2.0 Review

Just as the Skylanders series sees fit to raid parents’ wallets each year with a new game and a new toyline, so too has Disney Infinity: Marvel Super Heroes 2.0 arrived this year, although perhaps there’s a little more justific...
 

 
 
 
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Destiny Review

It’s tough putting out a review on Destiny, because like many MMO’s, it’s unclear whether I am reviewing a complete game or not. Bungie have a purported ten-year plan for Destiny composed of free DLC, expansions, updates and se...
 
 
 
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Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair Review – PS Vita

Who doesn’t love a good murder mystery? The genre has been so pervasive in literature, film and television because it has the perfect mix of elements audiences love – crime solving, gruesome murders, high stakes and the satisfa...
 

 
 
 
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Murasaki Baby Review – PS Vita

Are your fingers in the way?
 
 
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The Crew Beta Preview

Cian Hassett: After many years of largely forgettable releases, the most recent wave of consoles appear to have ushered in a slightly more ambitious way of thinking from Ubisoft. While I’m confident that they remain capab...
 

 
 
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35 minutes of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt

So, what, 0.001% of the game?
 
 
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Lara Croft and the Temple of Troll-siris

Alex Mann gives Isis a machine gun and raids himself some tombs.
 

 
 
 
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Dark Souls 2: Crown of the Sunken King Review

Though some have scoffed at the shift within Bandai Namco towards a more modern downloadable content policy for industry darling series Dark Souls, I personally think the direction is fine, as long as it’s handled fairly....
 
 
 
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The Swapper Review – PS Vita

It’s so hard these days to be unique and stand out from everything else. Most games take something/everything from something/everything else because nothing is considered original anymore. And more often than not, you end up wi...