Monthly Archives: July 2015

Xbox App on Windows 10

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Tomorrow the 29th July 2015, Windows 10 is starting to roll out to those who have requested their free 12 month licence. We at Daily Joystick Podcast, thought that we’d give you a heads up and brief run-through about what this will mean to Xbox gamers. Surely you have heard about the Xbox app that is natively installed with Windows Continue Reading...

F1 2015 Xbox One Review

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Having previously already being released for last generation systems we finally have the PS4 and Xbox one version of F1 2015, with the upgraded graphics engine specifically design for the new consoles and also some tweaks to the gameplay.  However, was the wait worth it? Gameplay The first thing you will notice with the gameplay for F1 2015 is the Continue Reading...

Daily Joystick Podcast Episode 202 – Satoru Iwata Special

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Welcome to this week’s DJ Podcast Special Episode dedicated to the very special and talented Satoru Iwata from Nintendo who passed away just days ago.  Today we look back at the many achievements that Satoru has made at Nintendo and what he brought to the industry that we love.  Satoru Iwata will be deeply missed, Rest in Peace.  Download this Continue Reading...

Daily Joystick Podcast Episode 201 – Nintendo NX to launch in 2016?

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Welcome to this week’s DJ Podcast and on today’s show we discuss all the news including rumours that Nintendo’s next console, the NX, is releasing possibly mid-2016.  We discuss also Ubisoft’s annual sales and strong PS4 support.  Also on the show we review a host of games including Batman Arkham Knight, Yoshi’s Woolly World and a whole lot more on Continue Reading...

Star Hammer: The Vanguard Prophecy PC Review

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A local release, a Perth based team behind a very solid entry into the space combat. It’s one of the few times where a small team is the best team for the job. Something of hybrid between turn based and real time strategy. It’s one you should play if you if you’re interested in the genre, never mind the setting. Continue Reading...

Monument Valley iOS Review

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A short, but truly challenging puzzle game that will have your mind bent in four or five dimensions. You will not look at any puzzle the same way again. Full of cranks, water, water wheels and others tricks of perception, it will keep you busy for a while. Gameplay At first I thought that the idea of puzzles built somewhat Continue Reading...

Planetside 2 PS4 Review

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Planetside 2 is a free to play massive multiplayer online first person shooter that has been brought to the PS4 by the guys over at Daybreak games formally known as Sony online entertainment. Planetside 2 was originally released on PC three years ago and was meant to be a launch title for the ps4 but kept being delayed due to Continue Reading...

Tales from the Borderlands Episode 3: Catch a Ride Xbox One Review

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Tales from the Borderlands Episode 3: Catch a Ride continues the adventures of Fiona, Rhys and their respective crews and depending on how you ended episode two, your introduction to episode 3 will be slightly different.  That is however the nature of the beast, your decisions make an impact and I love it. Gameplay Episode 3 brings everyone you have Continue Reading...