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Ghostbusters Review

Movie tie-ins. Two incredibly foreboding words. Quite often they butcher a movie that’s already butchered a great book. In this case, developers FireForge take ...
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Hyper Light Drifter Review

Borrowing from the likes of Dark Souls, Hyper Light Drifter isn't a game that delivers a straight forward narrative. Instead, it delivers a world that, if you l...
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ABZÛ Review

ABZÛ doesn’t tell its story in a traditional sense. There’s no voice work, there’s barely any sound effects and there certainly isn’t any text to tell you what’...
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Ninja Pizza Girl Review

Ninja Pizza Girl is a game about bullying and resilience. It’s a game about freely running and jumping across a city’s rooftops. It’s also a game about deliveri...
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Song of the Deep Review

Song of the Deep follows 12 year old Merryn, who goes fishing almost every day and usually returns home on time. One night, he never comes home, and Merryn is h...
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7 Days To Die Review

There isn’t really a story as such in 7 Days to Die. The game has a setting – the game’s events take place after a third world war resulted in a nuclear blast t...
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Heart&Slash Review

Set long after an apocalyptic robot uprising – the Robolution – you control one well-intentioned robot, fighting back against the murderous machines under the g...
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Inside Review

Limbo, Playdead's first release, was as ambiguous as it was achromatic. "Uncertain of his sister's fate, a boy enters limbo" was all we were offered by way of ...
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Resident Evil 5 Review

Resident Evil 5 takes place in 2009, six years after the destruction of Umbrella and eleven years after the destruction of Raccoon City. You play as Chris Redfi...
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The Solus Project Review

With the ever-hyped No Man’s Sky looming large on the horizon, it’s no surprise that indie developers are jumping on the interest in the extraterrestrial explor...
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Umbrella Corps Review

Umbrella Corps takes place in 2015, taking place two years after the events of Resident Evil 6 and twelve years after the collapse of Umbrella in 2003. They’ve ...
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Overwatch Review

It seems a tad ineffectual to talk about the storyline of a team based, only online, multiplayer shooter but here goes. Overwatch takes place in the future and ...
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Total War: Warhammer Review

With four factions and four main campaigns, there isn't a huge amount of story content but a lot of meat in the single player. Choosing a Lord to lead your fact...
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Fallout 4: Far Harbor Review

Far Harbor marks Fallout 4’s third DLC and is the largest and lengthiest to date, with enough quests to add an additional 20 hours of gameplay. After being disa...
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Homefront: The Revolution Review

Homefront: The Revolution is set in the year 2029, four years after the North Koreans invaded the United States after remotely disabling all of the technology o...
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Battleborn Review

Hero shooters are the ‘in thing’. Adding just a pinch of MOBA into first person shooters, they combine MMO elements with cooperative and competitive online gami...
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Doom Review

After 12 years since Doom 3, Doom has returned to fill your demon-slaying needs. In this stunning revival, the Union Aerospace Corporation’s research facil...
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The Banner Saga 2 Review

Trilogies are a dime a dozen when it comes to video games. However, franchises are rarely envisioned that way from the outset and, as a result, there are remark...
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Resident Evil 6 Review

The Xbox One version of Resident Evil 6 was primarily tested for the purpose of this review.Resident Evil 6 follows three sets of characters in 2013, which puts...
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Dark Souls III Review

The PS4 version of Dark Souls III was primarily tested for the purpose of this review. This review will undoubtedly spoil many aspects of Dark Souls 3 (and 1...
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Quantum Break Review

The Xbox One version of Quantum Break was primarily tested for the purpose of this review. Whilst Remedy isn't exactly known for publishing a steady stream of ...
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Trackmania Turbo Review

The PS4 version of Trackmania Turbo  was primarily tested for the purpose of this review. Do you remember playing with Hot Wheels as a kid? The twists, the t...
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Superhot Review

The PC version of Superhot was primarily tested for the purpose of this review. Superhot is quite straightforward on a surface level; the player (your avatar...
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Far Cry Primal Review

What even is a Far Cry game anymore? There were hints to indicate that it was just an open world shooter set in an exotic locale. Then there were hints that the...
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Dying Light: The Following Review

The following review has been written based on experiences with the PlayStation 4 version of the game. Certain technical aspects, issues and details may not app...
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Street Fighter V Review

The story has never really taken the forefront in the Street Fighter franchise and Street Fighter V is definitely not going to be bucking that trend – at least ...
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Layers of Fear Review

Horror, tragedy and some real psychedelic terrors await you in Layers of Fear, the latest in the 'interactive narrative' genre of video games. Your character is...
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Unravel Review

Unravel, developed by Coldwood Interactive, is clearly a work of great passion. I fell in love with it almost immediately at its E3 2015 unveiling, presented by...
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Rise of the Tomb Raider PC Review

Released as an Xbox exclusive last November, Rise of the Tomb Raider has finally made its way over to PC, much to the delight of gamers worldwide. Following ...
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Firewatch Review

Experiential games, those that favour narrative, character development, presentation and player ‘experience’ over more traditional gameplay codes have become so...
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LEGO Marvel’s Avengers Review

TT Games is back with, you guessed it, another LEGO game! Following 2013’s Lego Marvel Superheroes, this time around it is the Avengers who get their turn with ...
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XCOM 2 Review

WRITER’S NOTE: This review is written from the perspective of someone that is new to the XCOM series, with a small amount of experience in tactical combat games...
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Review: Just Cause 3

When I met Just Cause 3's game director, Roland Lesterlin, at this year's PAX Australia, he coined a new term, a 'game-cation' saying  "Just Cause is kind of a ...
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Review: The Crew: Wild Run Edition

A year ago Ubisoft introduced gamers to The Crew, a racing MMO that focussed on putting players together in an experience that spans all over North America. Rid...
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Team Review: Fallout 4

"Where to begin?” it's the age-old Fallout question. Not only does it apply to the game - you could pursue the immediately engaging main storyline, any number o...
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Review: Star Wars Battlefront

A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away. This single sentence has echoed throughout pop culture history for the past 30 years, and even those who haven't seen...
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Review: Need For Speed

Welcome to Ventura Bay; a land of street racers, outlaws, and no daylight cycle between dawn and dusk. As a mysterious unknown racer, you work your way through ...
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Review: Transformers: Devastation

Transformers Devastation's storyline may feel very familiar for many players that grew up watching the show back in the day. This isn't because the story is lif...
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Review: Mad Max

Movie related games have always been hit-and-miss throughout the generations of consoles, and it is very rare to get a game that can pay decent tribute to the m...
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Review: Submerged

Uppercut Games' third-person, post-apocalyptic exploration game, Submerged, sounds like the perfect combination. It's developed by ex-Bioshock devs (Australians...
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Review: Rocket League

There are a lot of people that think the sport of soccer (or football for our international friends) is just not entertaining. While I disagree with this statem...
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Review: LEGO Jurassic World

Most of us (if not all of us) will be familiar with the classic Jurassic Park story. A theme park compiled of genetically engineered dinosaurs where all things ...
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Review: Mortal Kombat X

Mortal Kombat X takes place along multiple timelines following the recent reboot. It’s not exactly a coherent or even a linear storyline, choosing to flesh out ...
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Review: Battlefield: Hardline

Electronic Arts introduces players into a new age of Battlefield, where warfare is exchanged for high-speed and adrenaline-filled tales of crime and corruption ...
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Review: LA Cops

LA Cops arrives to Xbox One and PC on the heels of Hotline Miami 2’s release. It very much feels like a “me too” copy-cat, but that doesn’t always spell doom fo...
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Review: Ori and the Blind Forest

Story-based platformers aren't exactly the rarest thing in the world, and we've had quite our fair share of emotional/story-based platformers this generations s...
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Review: White Night

White Night begins like any good horror story should. A dapper man crashes his car in the middle of the night in 1930s Boston. Not just for any reason, however....
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Review: Evolve

There isn’t a real set story to Evolve, the game takes place on the planet Shear, a colourful environment surrounded in flora and fauna. The background bein...
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Review: The Escapists

The Escapists is a pretty straightforward game in terms of story. Players take control of a randomly generated (and even customisable) prisoner. The goal is s...
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Review: Dying Light

Playing as Kyle Crane, an undercover operative infiltrating the fictional setting of Harran (based off ancient Turkey), ordered to find a file for the Glo...