About: Chris Kyriacou

Chris Kyriacou

I've been an avid gamer since the age of 6, with my first ever console and game being the PlayStation 1 and Crash Bandicoot. I've lived and loved the great Gameboy era and I'm passionate about portable gaming. I'm currently playing most consoles, but love the Nintendo 3DS, Vita, PlayStation 4 and most recently, the Nintendo Switch! My dream job would be in game journalism or as a game developer, and my plan for retirement is to go back and play my shameless and ever-growing backlog of games.

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Tekken 7 PlayStation 4 Review

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Family Ties. This is the focus in the latest iteration of one of Bandai Namco’s longest standing franchises to date. Tekken 7 is a true homage to the Fighting genre, long-initiated fans of the Mishima family and the many personas that surround them. With gorgeous visuals, a redefined online experience and a Story Mode that orchestrally brings together the many Continue Reading...

Arms Review

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Sprung. Arms has fallaciously caught me with my guard down. Being anything but a conventional boxing title, Arms presents a truly unique Sports experience without ever spotlighting itself as one. With an ‘easy to play, hard to master’ premise, it’s wonderfully easy to step into the ring, but requires masterful arena movement, wise use of attack arsenal and swift thinking Continue Reading...

Minecraft Nintendo Switch Edition Review

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Pixel Perfect. On a cold winter’s night, back in 2010, 12 of my hard earned Australian dollars were thrown willingly towards Minecraft’s Alpha version. Over the course of the next 7 years, I’d spend near 200 hours total in one of the most influential video games of the past decade. I’ve experienced the very best of Minecraft across a slew Continue Reading...

NBA Playgrounds Review

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Slam Dunk? Almost. NBA Playgrounds, Developed by Saber Interactive and published by Mad Dog Games, is not too dissimilar to the NBA’s Philadelphia 76ers: booming with potential, young in age, but still with work to do and room to improve for next season. There is so much to love in NBA Playgrounds, with core gameplay being incredibly addictive and it’s Continue Reading...

Puyo Puyo Tetris Review

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While a price point of $60 AUD might be a little over the top for some, Puyo Puyo Tetris combines some of the greatest puzzling elements from two vastly different universes for what is one of the best conventional puzzle titles we have seen in some time. While it’s clear that there are some slight imbalances when it comes to Continue Reading...

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