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Rugby 18 Review

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Rugby 18 is now available for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. This latest installment brings high hopes for a quality game that rivals other sports games made by 2K and EA. What EKO Software has released may or may not be what you expect.  Gameplay As someone who enjoys watching Rugby, I was keen to get my hands on Continue Reading...

Rush: A Disney Pixar Adventure Review

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What’s not to love about Disney Pixar, they have released some of the best animated movies ever and the fun continues when they bundle a handful of them together into one game that is fun for the whole family, regardless of age. Rush: A Disney Pixar Adventure, the classic Kinect game for the Xbox 360 has been remastered and re-released Continue Reading...

Spintires: Mudrunner Xbox One Review

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Spintires: Mudrunner is the ultimate version of the popular selling originally titled Spintires title. Now fully released on both PS4 and Xbox One and including its original home PC. Forza this ain’t, as you’ll be roughing it out through terrain that will make you think who would even in their right mind drive through here. You’ll be in the driver’s Continue Reading...

PAX 2017: An introduction

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So, the dust has settled, it has been a week, Pax Australia has been and gone but the memories remain. Pax has nestled itself into the position of the premier event for nerds, geeks and gamers alike and in its fifth year it did not do anything to tarnish its holding.  I have decided to do this quick overview of Continue Reading...

Super Lucky’s Tale Xbox One Review

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Get ready to jump, run, slide and spin your way to victory as you set of in search of the Book of Ages in Super Lucky’s Tale, a classic platformer inspired by the great platformers from the N64 days. Gameplay Super Lucky’s Tale is a simple platformer that’s filled with fun and imagination and is now available for you to Continue Reading...

Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus Xbox One Review

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Wolfenstein is a franchise based on eradicating the Nazi movement, and a game that is a favourite of many generation of gamers. The love of the game is so great, that when Bethesda announced that it was publishing a reboot titled Wolfenstein: The New Order in May 2013, fans and gamers were interested, yet worried. The result with the release Continue Reading...

Assassin’s Creed Origins Xbox One Review

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Going back to the start of the order of Assassin’s has been a long time coming. To see it go so far back is both strange, wonderful and brings a new period of history to our consoles. Egypt, under the Ptolemy’s, was a melting pot of different cultures, languages and knowledge. To have it brought so vibrantly to our screens Continue Reading...

Super Mario Odyssey Nintendo Switch Review

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I’ve spent my entire life playing virtually every Mario title known to man, so you can understand my level of excitement and anticipation for Super Mario Odyssey.  However, part of me still wondered if Super Mario Odyssey would be able push the genre further and evolve upon itself.  I can happily report that it does that with ease. Gameplay Super Continue Reading...

Gran Turismo Sport PlayStation 4 Review

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Gran Turismo has been Sony’s pride and joy racing title since the halcyon days of the PS1. Sony dubbed the series; The Real Driving Simulator, and it has always delivered on the promise of a being a deep racing experience with an unmatched single player experience. Fast forward to now and things are about to do a radical gear shift, Continue Reading...

The Evil Within 2 Xbox One Review

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Evil makes a return in Evil Within 2. Continuing the story of Sebastian Castellanos we see our beaten down hero rise from his bar stool after finding out that the company that once doomed him has his daughter who he had believed had perished in a house fire after the events of the first film. Will The Evil Within 2 Continue Reading...

Fire Emblem Warriors Nintendo Switch Review

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Marth Goes Musou. You may be mistaken, thinking that if you’ve played Koei Tecmo’s Dynasty Warriors, that you’ve played Fire Emblem Warriors. Not the case. With an intertwining of one of Nintendo’s most popular franchises, and swift, overwhelming, over the top combat, Koei Tecmo and Nintendo’s Fire Emblem Warriors features both fun and fiction, with the solid fighting mechanics featured Continue Reading...

Daily Joystick Podcast Episode 272 – Do we need any more old games?

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On this weeks episode of the DJ Podcast we discuss the latest gaming news and touch on a few interesting topics including PAX 2017 and backwards compatability.  Things get heated as Shane and CJ go at it for a solid 20 minutes discussing the pro’s and con’s of backwards compatability on today’s consoles.  Be sure to tune in for this one. Continue Reading...

The LEGO Ninjago Movie Game Review

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I never seem to get tired of LEGO games, regardless of theme. The almost endless destruction of objects and stud collecting between entertaining video clips, what’s not to love? Well it’s time to get back into the action with the latest title just released, The LEGO Ninjago Movie Game. Gameplay It never ceases to amaze me how Tt Games can Continue Reading...

WWE 2K18 Xbox One Review

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WWE is back again with this years WWE 2K18. After an exciting year with many new wrestlers taking shape and the death of the Divas and the birth of the women’s revolution in WWE 2K18 has a lot to deliver and improve upon. Will this year’s entry be GLORIOUS (go for gold Bobby Roode) or will it fall flat and Continue Reading...

South Park the Fractured but Whole Xbox One Review

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I wouldn’t describe myself as a hardcore South Park fan. I watched the show through the 90’s during my teen years and enjoyed. Over the last ten or so years I have watched the occasional episode, and although I have outgrown some of the humour I still find it enjoyable. In the video game realm however, South Park had always Continue Reading...

Shadow of War Xbox One Review

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Here we are folks in October 2017 commonly and yearly known as broketober. A time where massive juggernauts in gaming release. Thankfully for this big nerd I get to head back to Middle Earth in Shadow of War. Controlling and experiencing the continued story of Talion and Celebrimbor. Gameplay Shadow of War takes everything that the first game had an Continue Reading...

Daily Joystick Podcast Episode 271 – Loot crates galore!

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On this weeks episode of the DJ Podcast we discuss a little more from the EB Expo 2017, plus we delve into the website news and an interesting topic surrounding loot crates.  This plus more on the DJ Podcast. To watch the podcast, click the video below: To listen to this podcast live, click the link below: To download this Continue Reading...

Regurgitator Unit 20 Year Anniversary Concert Review

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For a number of years now, EB Games Expo has been a highlight that I look forward to every year. The opportunity to gather with my friends and hundreds, if not thousands of like-minded people who share a passion for gaming. This year was no exception, not only has it returned to the Gold Coast (my home town) but also Continue Reading...

EB Expo 2017 – Far Cry 5 Hands on Impressions

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One of the biggest highlights to the games available for a hands-on experience at EB Expo 2017 was Far Cry 5. As a fan of the series, and knowing that this game is still 4 months away from release, I was very keen to see what is in store for the new addition to the Far Cry family. As we Continue Reading...