Monthly Archives: February 2015

Saint’s Row 4: Re-Elected Xbox One Review

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Let’s face it, many games these days take themselves too seriously. Take open-world games for example, there’s always a serious mission involved and any chance for a little humour is minimal, if at all. Saint’s Row 4: Re-Elected, however, is borderline insane, with its movie references, ridiculous characters and a storyline that I’m sure came from the mind of a Continue Reading...

The Order 1886 PlayStation 4 Review

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Its 1886 and London is being overrun by half breed werewolves killing innocent people and destroying the city.  Can you stop the threat and restore Order to the city, or fall victim to the evil that threatens its very existence? Gameplay The Order: 1886 is a single player third person shooter video game that puts you into the shoes of Continue Reading...

Daily Joystick Podcast Episode 191 – Don’t panic, Amiibo’s are coming soon

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This week on the DJ Podcast we discuss the latest news including the Nintendo Amiibo shortages and Nintendo’s plan to put Amiibo’s back on the shelf. Also making news are some bold analyst predictions that the PlayStation 4 will outsell the Xbox One by 23 million consoles by 2018. Also on this week’s show we discuss the hate thats going Continue Reading...

Evolve Xbox One Review

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Everyone has played games with a massive alien monster boss fight. Now with Evolve, you can be the monster and attack those puny humans. It is time to show them who is the boss.  Gameplay Evolve is not your average game, in fact you can’t exactly sum it up in one category. It is both a first person shooter and Continue Reading...

Game of Thrones Episode 1 & 2 Xbox One Review

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It is time to step into the world of Game of Thrones in a way you have never done before. Can you survive long enough to make a difference? Gameplay With the roaring success of the Game of Thrones books and TV Show, it is not surprising to see Telltale adding this universe to their ever-growing success of interactive games. Continue Reading...

Majora’s Mask 3D Nintendo 3DS Review

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With just three days to save the world of Termina, Majora’s Mask 3D is one of the best and most thrilling adventures in the Zelda series that will have you on the edge of your seat. Gameplay Majora’s Mask is certainly one of the strangest, boldest of them all in the Zelda franchise.  There is no tri-force to save and Continue Reading...

New Nintendo 3DS XL Monster Hunter 4 Unboxing

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Today, we got our hands on the New Nintendo 3DS XL Monster Hunter 4 Edition.  We show you everything that’s in the box and exclusive to Australian gamers. Be sure to check out our unboxing video for the Majora’s Mask 3DS XL....

Resident Evil HD Remastered Xbox One Review

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A return to Raccoon city and a very particular mansion that is well and truly welcome. You can’t kill a classic, this one has returned from beyond the grave with even more style that before. Sharper, clearer and all that spookier, it’s one to have in the collection with pride. Gameplay Resident Evil is perhaps the forefather of all of Continue Reading...

Mortal Kombat X Next Trailer

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    Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and NetherRealm Studios have released the latest video for Mortal Kombat™ X, which gives fans an overview of the numerous features that they can experience in the upcoming game.  Additionally, viewers will get a behind-the-scenes look at Faction Wars as NetherRealm Studios team members discuss details of how this feature will connect Mortal Kombat™ Continue Reading...

Daily Joystick Podcast Episode 190 – Yoshida hates annualisable franchises

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This week on the DJ Podcast we talk about Yoshida’s latest comments regarding annualisable franchises and in particular how “he hates them”. We also discuss the latest Xbox dashboard update, Sony’s recent sales figures and some rare and upcoming Amiibo figures. This plus a whole lot more on the DJ Podcast. Download this episode (right click and save)...

Blackguards 2 PC Review

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Cassia of Tenos has been removed from her throne and spent years locked in a dungeon with but two missions in her heart, revenge on those responsible and to rule the land once again. Can she escape and achieve her goals? Gameplay Turn-based games have been scarce of late and although they bring a sense of nostalgia to table-top game Continue Reading...

Life is Strange Episode 1 Xbox One Review

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Max is your average teen school girl who has started to have strange dreams that seem very real. What could they mean and is there anything she can do to stop them coming true? Gameplay Episodic games are becoming more popular of late and with the likes of Wolf Among Us, D4 and Game of Thrones, gamers have had quite Continue Reading...

Grim Dawn PC Early Access Review

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A unique title and perhaps one of the best examples of Early Access. The current project of the team behind Titan Quest and its expansion, it shows the same sharp touches and strong design.  If not innovative, it none the less uses the items and ideas this same team introduced with skill and precision. Gameplay Grim Dawn is an action Continue Reading...

Sacred 3 Xbox 360 Review

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Third in the series and a more of a miss than a hit. While good level design and character options exist, there’s just not enough of them. This is one for a beer, pretzels and gaming night, nothing more serious than that. Gameplay The top down, isometric view is one I have enjoyed over many years of gaming. From things Continue Reading...