Monthly Archives: March 2018

World of Warriors PlayStation 4 Review

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It is not very of often that you see a title that has been released on mobile get ported to either the PS4 or Xbox One. Mind Candy has attempted this with their turn-based RPG game World of Warriors three years after its mobile release, introducing it exclusively to the PS4. World of Warriors was quite popular on the mobile Continue Reading...

Life Is Strange: Before The Storm Xbox One Review

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Life Is Strange has to be one of my favourite episodic games due to its captivating story, art style and soundtrack. With the release of Life Is Strange: Before The Storm, the prequel to the first game, this game would not disappoint. Gameplay I’m going to start this with my thoughts on episodic games. I have a love/hate relationship with Continue Reading...

Kirby Star Allies Nintendo Switch Review

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It has been years since I’ve played a Kirby title, not since the Wii U with Kirby and the Rainbow Curse.  I was not overly impressed with what was on offer here, however Kirby Star Allies bears no resemblance to the Wii U version which is a great thing and represents an entirely new experience and one that Kirby fans Continue Reading...

Attack on Titan 2 (AOT2) PlayStation 4 Review

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Attack on Titan 2 or AOT 2 is the sequel to the well received first entry in the series. Now since the release of the second season of the television series we have a sequel which not only covers the second season but goes back over the first season as well. Something that owners of the first may find annoying Continue Reading...

The Darwin Project Preview for Xbox One

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Chris returns with his latest hands on impressions of the Darwin Project for the Xbox One console.  Click the image below to view. Thank you to Microsoft for providing a copy of The Darwin Project for review purposes....

Sea of Thieves Xbox One Review

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As a young child I always wanted to explore the seas and be the captain of the ship and make my younger brother walk the plank.  Whether it was the freedom to do what I wanted or to seek treasures and jewels from lands once forgotten, the desire to be a pirate was always strong.  Sea of Thieves is all Continue Reading...

Daily Joystick Podcast Episode 285 – A new Tomb Raider is coming

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On this week’s episode of the DJ Podcast we discuss the latest announcements including Shadow of the Tomb Raider, Nintendo Nindies showcase, Fary Cry 5 and those dreaded microtransactions plus a whole lot more.  Also tune in to see how you could win a copy of Horizon Zero Dawn for the PlayStation 4. Tune in. Download this episode (right click Continue Reading...

Total War: Warhammer II PC Review

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The Total War series is something I was a fan of, while not every era interested me, I have fond memories of slowly, surely, dominating Japan, becoming Shogan. The intrigue, strategy, construction, upgrading, all of which was at my command. Warhammer II brings back this joy, with an obvious story, campaign. There’s so much to do, so much to learn Continue Reading...

Bravo Team PlayStation VR Review

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It has been a great time of late for PSVR owners, with a steady stream of quality titles being released over the last two months. Supermassive games have also had a purple patch with a great response, both from critics and gamers for their last three years of releases. They are no stranger to the format, with Until Dawn: Blood Continue Reading...

Welcome home PAX – EB Expo is no more!

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SYDNEY, Australia – 14 March, 2017 – The two biggest gaming shows in the southern hemisphere will come together for the ultimate celebration of games and gaming culture in 2018. For the past five years, PAX Aus has welcomed gamers of all stripes home with three days’ worth of massive console, PC, handheld, VR and tabletop freeplay gaming areas, esports Continue Reading...

Frantics Playstation 4 Review

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The list of PlayLink games for the PS4 is growing and Frantics is here now to give you a party-style game for you and your friends to challenge, cooperate and sabotage with each other. It is time to put down the controller, pull out your phone and play Frantics. Gameplay Frantics is a PlayLink title meaning you play this game Continue Reading...

Secret of Mana PlayStation 4 & Vita Review

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Join us as Chris takes an indepth look at Secret of Mana for the PlayStation 4 and Vita systems.  You can watch our full review right below. Thank you to Bandai Namco for providing a copy of Secret of Mana for review purposes....

Super Lucky’s Tale Gilly Island DLC Xbox One Review

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Everyone’s favourite fox is back with an all new adventure set on Gilly’s Island in the latest piece of DLC for the recently released Super Lucky’s Tale for the Xbox One.  Is Gilly Island worth its $7.45 price of admission?  Absolutely it is. Gameplay Straight off the bat you can access Gilly Island at any time from the main menu Continue Reading...

Moss PlayStation VR Review

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When people think of VR gaming a few genres come to mind. First-person horror, flight simulators, first person shooters and adrenaline sports titles seem like the most logical fit. Surprisingly though, there has been a number of puzzle games that have worked quite well. When I first saw the trailer for Polyarc’s Moss for PSVR, I was interested but not Continue Reading...

Pac-Man Championship Edition 2 Plus Nintendo Switch Review

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Pac-Man has come a long way since it was originally released back in 1980 in the arcades.  Since then it has seen countless remakes and remasters across almost every system imaginable and has become a staple of what video gaming is all about.  So, what does Pac-Man Championship Edition 2 Plus do to the tried and trusted formula to warrant Continue Reading...

Apex Construct PlayStation VR Review

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Every so often you find a new development house that is formed from a talented crew that has previously worked together on block buster games. I always get excited when I see this happen. Fast Travel Games is one of the latest studios to appear enriched with talent from huge teams such as DICE, Guerrilla Games and Ubisoft, who believe Continue Reading...