Reviews

May 2017

The Surge Review

The recent rise in popularity in challenging or “Hardcore” Action RPG’s mimicking the very successful Dark Souls formula has proven to be quite the revolution. Now that the expectations surrounding… read on

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Paradigm Review

Developed by a single Australian man, Paradigm is a point-and-click adventure game that won't soon be forgotten. read on

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Syberia 3 Review

Every now and then a beautiful gaming gem makes its way out of the dusty vaults and makes a much welcome return, It's been 15 years since the release of… read on

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What Remains of Edith Finch Review

What Remains of Edith Finch is a poignant, understated tale that has a strong message of family and what it means to belong. As the each thought plays out and… read on

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Forts Review

Forts is a charming indie title straight out of Brisbane, AUS. Oozing with style and humour, it scratches the itch I didn't know I had... read on

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Prey Review

Operating as a re-boot of an 11 year old game, Prey (2017) is an intriguing and well-crafted delve into an alternative future where space exploration is a larger priority to… read on

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AFL Evolution Review

Out of all the sports in the world, Aussie Rules has to be the most difficult to translate into a video game. Being able to kick the ball to anyone… read on

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Symphony of the Machine Review

Virtual reality is still a concept that is finding its feet when it comes to its place in the living room, but Symphony of the Machine presents as a neat,… read on

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