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Prey Review

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In 2006 Human Head Games invaded living rooms and abducted gamers in their first person shooter release, Prey. Native American Tommy, his girl Jen and grandfather Enisi were abducted by an alien ship known as The Sphere, which was a living organism in itself and needed to harvest lifeforms to produce the energy required to sustain itself. Prey used portals Continue Reading...

Nintendo’s E3 plans for 2017

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LET’S-A GO! MARIO, TOURNAMENTS, AND NINTENDO SWITCH HEAD TO E3 2017 As part of Nintendo’s plan to deliver news about upcoming games throughout the year, the company will provide a packed week of activities at the E3 video game show, which runs from 13th to 15th June in Los Angeles. Proceedings will be headlined by the first-ever opportunity to play Continue Reading...

Outlast 2 Review

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Outlast is back from developer Red Barrels to scare us all into submission or has the series taken a turn since its first entry? Outlasts popularity exploded when many popular Youtubers took their channels and showed themselves screaming in horror as they played the game. Now because of that Outlast is a well-known horror game. However, does it still deserve Continue Reading...

Dreamfall Chapters Review

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1999’s The Longest Journey is renowned as one of the greatest adventure games ever created. A point and click adventure, The Longest Journey was set in two parallel universes, the magical Arcadia, and the industrial world of Stark. Players were able to shift between these universes and tasked with restoring the balance and peace to the worlds. In 2006 a Continue Reading...

Kamiko Review – Long live the Shrine Maiden

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While I’m sure that the Nintendo Switch’s latest gift of pixel flamboyancy won’t be in the running for Game of the Year contention, Kamiko offers an incredibly fun, bite-sized rush of pixels to the brain at a price that is simply too tempting to pass up. While it will run you just under an hour’s worth of gameplay on your Continue Reading...

AFL Evolution Review – Anything but a revolution

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Australian Rules Football, for much of the population here in Australia it is more than a game. It’s part of our life, with many people living and breathing the game during the season. As our only, truly unique national sport I have always hoped that one day there would be a video game that could do it justice. Since 1991, Continue Reading...

Minecraft Glide Mini Game & Season Pass Review

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Minecraft has come a long way since its reveal back in 2009, with many additions, upgrades and changes. Now, it is time to jump back in and experience something a little different and add a bit of competitiveness for you and your friends with the new Minecraft Glide Mini Game. Gameplay It is no secret that I was dragged into Continue Reading...

Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War III Review

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Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War III by developer Relic Entertainment is my first entry into the Dawn of War series and the most recent Dawn of War since 2009. I was told that this entry isn’t exactly friendly to newcomers. Thankfully though I have a long history with many real-time strategy games so I wasn’t a stranger to the genre. Continue Reading...