Monthly Archives: March 2016

Dirt Rally Xbox One Review

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Dirt Rally is now headed to consoles after an initial release and early access to PC owners. Developed and published by long time respected company Codemasters. A brand that has been around for a long time and I myself have played quite a few of their classic gems over the years. Now they bring to us the best Rally game Continue Reading...

TrackMania Turbo Xbox One Review

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In a world of maniacal game mashups, one could conceive of blending Mario Kart with Trials and presenting a game that is the right combination of fun and rage-inducing frustration. Well imagine no more because that very game is available for your pleasure and insanity, I present TrackMania Turbo. Gameplay TrackMania continues to deliver a fun, racing experience with its Continue Reading...

The Walking Dead: Michonne Episode 1 Review

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The Walking Dead: Michonne will delve deep into Michonne’s past and take you on a journey that unravels her deepest secrets.  Society has only recently fallen and alliances are being formed, and where Michonne fits into that and the journey she takes will have your interests peaked.  It’s more Walking Dead and that’s only ever a great thing, or is Continue Reading...

Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare 2 Review

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Garden Warfare is back and this time there’s a host of new Plants and Zombies to battle it out with.  You’re looking at one of the most delightful and colourful shooters out there with plenty to keep you busy.  Gameplay Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare was a sleeper hit when it released back in 2014 for both current and last Continue Reading...

Arslan: The Warriors of Legend PS4 Review

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Arslan: The Warriors of Legend comes to us via Koei Tecmo, the guys behind the Warriors series. Bringing the anime of Arslan into the Warriors world, a recipe for success or failure? Gameplay Warriors of Legend tells us the story of Arslan the young prince of the Pars kingdom. After a few tutorial training sessions, we are thrown into our Continue Reading...

The Division Xbox One Review

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The first Tom Clancy MMO title I can think of and it’s a very solid one. Solid matchmaking from day one, with good server testing beforehand. New York has fallen and it’s your job to bring it back, with your friends and the equipment you find. This city is still living despite the curse that now affects it and it’s Continue Reading...

Rocket League Xbox One Review

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A game that has sprung onto the scene and has brought together all types of gamers for a fast paced enjoyable experience in Rocket League, brought to us by Psyonix and is a sequel of sorts to its predecessor, uniquely named at the time, “Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket-Powered Battle-Cars”. Quite the title. Gameplay Rocket League is an exciting game that even Continue Reading...

Daily Joystick Podcast Episode 215 – Nintendo Direct

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Welcome to the latest episode of the DJ Podcast and on today’s show we discuss all the news that came out of the latest Nintendo Direct presentation. Making news also, Tim Sweeney reacts to Microsoft’s announcements regarding its plans for a unified windows platform and cops a little constructive feedback.  Making news also, more studios pull the plug at E3, Continue Reading...

Far Cry Primal Xbox One Review

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Far Cry has been a game that people have grown to love for some time now and to receive a new one but without the automatic weapons and vehicles is a big step. Can it retain the rapport with fans of the series? How long will you survive in the barbaric times after the Ice Age? Gameplay Far Cry Primal Continue Reading...

Dark Souls 3 Preview

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A day at Bandai Namco Sydney with Dark Souls 3. Opportunities like this don’t come around too often where you are invited to a local branch of one of your favourite video game publishers. Lucky for me Daily Joystick Podcasts received an invite to Bandai Namco’s Sydney office where I was given the opportunity to get some very generous hands Continue Reading...