Monthly Archives: November 2014

Dragon Age: Inquisition Xbox One Review

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BioWare’s home genre, one that has been well served and deeply competitive field. It’s no masterpiece, but they’ve come a long way since their last efforts in this world. Gameplay Dragon Age Inquisition is the third and latest entry in the Dragon Age series. The biggest in scope and scale, there’s a lot to say, do and explore. Set on Continue Reading...

Lego Batman 3 Beyond Gotham Xbox One Review

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Get ready to smash everything in sight as you play as Batman and a host of other super heroes in the latest title from Traveller’s Tales games, LEGO Batman 3. Gameplay LEGO Batman 3 is a direct sequel to LEGO Batman 2, and your aim is to prevent Brainiac from using the power of the seven Lanterns to shrink Earth Continue Reading...

Assassin’s Creed Unity Xbox One Review

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Arno Dorian is a man seeking vengeance and what better way to claim it than joining the Brotherhood of Assassins. Set in the anguished times and beautiful backdrop of the French Revolution, Assassins Creed Unity brings another wonderful chapter to the ever-popular series. Gameplay Moving forward from previous titles, Unity was always going to need some big features to satisfy Continue Reading...

Rocksmith 2014 Edition Xbox One Review

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Learning to play guitar has never been so easy or as fun. Rocksmith is a perfect medium to assist you to achieve your goal of learning how to play some great songs and mastering techniques while playing games. There is no better way to learn. During the last few years, we have seen a number of music games appear and Continue Reading...

Never Alone (Kisima Ingitchuna) Xbox One Review

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Explore the vast areas of Alaska with Nuna and her fox as you search for an answer to the blizzards that rage day and night.  Gameplay Never alone is a puzzle based video game developed by Upper One Games and is based on the Alaskan indigenous stories.  You play as a young girl named Nuna and joining also is a Continue Reading...

Meridian: New World Special Edition PC Review

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Gameplay At its core Meridian: New World is a very traditional RTS, although it has some notable exceptions to that traditional formula. Far from tweaks, it includes the command centre, for you to explore in between missions. As well as the ability to talk with your subordinates. In addition you have a number of abilities you unlock and use in Continue Reading...

Assassin’s Creed Rogue Xbox 360 Review

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Another venture in the past, this time as a Templar. Though you’ve seen it before, it’s none the less refined, sharper. Strong naval elements, as well as the narrative, make this another compelling addition to the series. Gameplay Assassin’s Creed Rogue is one of the latest two Assassin’s Creed title. Which is unfortunate, as it’s quite a well made stand Continue Reading...

Daily Joystick Podcast Episode 185 – Should we accept broken games?

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This week on the DJ Podcast we discuss broken games, in particular recent releases such as Assassin’s Creed Unity. We also discuss the matchmaking issues with Halo the MC Collection and what impact this has for gamers. In other news, Sony launches PlayStation TV in Australia, and we talk about Microsoft’s latest sales figures in the USA. This week we Continue Reading...

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Xbox One Review

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A return to form for the Call of Duty series, from a new studio. Set well into the future, the visuals alone are reason enough to play this, let alone the sharply defined game play. Gameplay Call of Duty has had sharply refined gameplay for some time and this continues in their latest outing. Set forty years in the future, Continue Reading...