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After-pay or After pain? The DJ Podcast Ep 307

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On todays podcast we discuss After Pay which is a payment service that has now teamed up with EB Games and what you should be concerned about.  Also making news, we discuss Project XCloud by Microsoft and our thoughts on game streaming. Can it work?  This plus more on the DJ Podcast. Download this episode (right click and save)...

The Golf Club 2019 Featuring PGA Tour

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Over the last couple of years, The Golf Club has firmly set itself amongst the big guns of sports games and again, it returns with a new and improved version – The Golf Club 2019 Featuring PGA Tour. Gameplay Being a part-time player and veteran of computer golf games, I have been nothing but impressed with The Golf Club games. Continue Reading...

Nintendo Switch 2.0, coming in 2019? The DJ Podcast Ep 306

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On this weeks episode of the DJ Podcast we discuss the latest rumours (and very credible ones) surrounding a potential new Nintendo Switch in 2019!  Also on this weeks show we talk about what we’ve been gaming, whats coming out and anything else gaming related.  So tune in, its gaming beamed to your brain. Download this episode (right click and Continue Reading...

Sony back flips on cross play! The DJ Podcast Ep 305

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On this episode of the DJ Podcast we discuss the latest gaming news including Sony’s back flip on cross play and Fortnite.  Also we discuss the recent closure of Telltale games and XO18 is back!  We also discuss our latest reviews of Forza Horizon 4 and Spider-Man, so tune in. Download this episode (right click and save)...

Forza Horizon 4 Review

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Forza Horizon is certainly the most desirable racing title amongst car enthusiasts this generation and this year’s entry is sure to impress with over 450 cars from over 100 manufacturers.  Add to that an ever changing world that incorporates four truly amazing seasons and you are in for an amazing ride.  So let’s strap in, fire up your engines and Continue Reading...

Spider-Man PlayStation 4 Review

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Get ready to swing across the city of New York, fight crime and become the best super hero you can be with Insomniac Games newest adventure Spider-Man for the PlayStation 4. Are your Spidey senses tingling yet? Gameplay Insomniac games has aimed the bar exceptionally high here with Spider-Man for the PlayStation 4 and I am glad that they did.  Continue Reading...

WarioWare Gold Nintendo 3DS Review

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With the upcoming title releases for the Nintendo 3DS quickly diminishing, I am hoping that there may be a few more diamonds left for those who have supported the console over the years. I have just received a copy of WarioWare Gold and am keen to see what “Gold” is inside. Gameplay WarioWare Gold boasts an assortment of 300 mini Continue Reading...

No Man’s Sky Xbox One Review

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Hello Games has finally released No Man’s Sky on Xbox One following the original PS4 just under 2 years ago. This game has had more than its share of criticism since the original launch but much has changed and I’m keen to see if it was worth the wait. Gameplay No Man’s Sky and its fame has been a rollercoaster Continue Reading...

Warhammer: Vermintide 2 PC & Xbox One Review

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Vermintide II comes in with not just the promise of rat killing, but the hordes of Chaos as well. Both are here in massive numbers, waiting for blade, bow and gun. Not only do they keep that promise, but they’re more levels, more to the characters than before and most importantly, plenty of tools for you to use in thinning Continue Reading...

Bomber Crew Xbox One Review

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Bomber Crew is an odd release and it’s definitely one you should check out. Commanding a crew of a Lancaster in WW2, you have a variety of missions to guide your crew through. Some bombing, some against the u-boat threat, some to drop supplies to friendly pilots. All of which you take through with your bomber. Gameplay This game has Continue Reading...

Spellforce 3 PC Review

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Not an RPG and not an RTS but a very interesting mix both. Not only does it do both a great deal of respect, but does it well. There’s a big world for you to explore and it’s there for you to make your mark on. Armies are yours master and their commanders your companions. Some of the time perhaps Continue Reading...

Captain Toad Treasure Tracker Nintendo Switch Review

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Captain Toad Treasure Tracker is a new franchise for Nintendo which was has spawned from a series of side missions within Super Mario 3D world.  What’s started as a few simple puzzle levels involving Toad in a bid to retrieve a lonesome gold star, has now created a fresh new franchise for Nintendo starring none other than Toad himself. Gameplay Continue Reading...

The Crew 2 Xbox One Review

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Racing games have always been an enjoyable game type, whether it be for quick, random bursts or for an extended session. Following on the success of The Crew, Ubisoft has released The Crew 2 with more race types and even more vehicles to use on your way to the top. Gameplay The Crew 2 is certainly a jump ahead of Continue Reading...

Mario Tennis Aces Nintendo Switch Review

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Mario Tennis Aces make its debut on the Nintendo Switch console and its tennis action on the go.  Get ready to serve up aces, slices, lobs and drop shots as you defeat your opponents and become the ultimate tennis champion in the mushroom kingdom.  The only question is will you care about being the best long enough before boredom sets Continue Reading...

Sony’s Cross Play Fiasco – The Daily Joystick Podcast Episode 302

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On this week’s episode of the Daily Joystick show we discuss the latest gaming news including Sony and its refusal to join the cross play world for its community.  We also discuss We Happy Few’s ban in Australia and our thoughts on a possible classification.  This plus all the other cool stuff you love about video games, right here on Continue Reading...

LEGO The Incredibles Xbox One Review

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With the release of The Incredibles 2 into our cinemas, it was no surprise to see an accompanying game released at a similar time. It also comes as no surprise that the game would be a LEGO themed game as well. So, does LEGO The Incredibles deserve its place amongst the growing lineup of LEGO games? Gameplay With an extensive Continue Reading...