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By Will Philbrook On 28 Oct, 2014 At 10:53 AM | Categorized As Featured, PC, PlayStation 3, Reviews, Xbox 360 | With 0 Comments
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2K Australia has brought backClaptrap and the gang with Borderlands The Pre-Sequel. But can it hold its own against its older brothers?


By Christine Whitman On 11 Oct, 2014 At 01:07 PM | Categorized As Featured, Gaming News, PC, Reviews | With 0 Comments
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Ready for something truly unique? Well here it is? Lichdom: Battlemage. Developed by Xaviant, is a first person caster/role­playing game and is nothing like I have ever experienced before. First of all, I’ve never even played a First Person Caster. Yeah, there are games like Skyrim, where you can fight as a mage, but I […]


By John "jaQ" Andrews On 10 Oct, 2014 At 09:36 AM | Categorized As Everything Else, Gaming News, PC | With 1 Comment
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I’ll admit right away that I’m not a huge gamer. If I were, it might have taken me less than a year and a half to notice that my Steam account had been hijacked.


By Dan On 8 Oct, 2014 At 11:14 AM | Categorized As Featured, Gaming News, PC, Playstation 4, Reviews | With 0 Comments
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One of the very first things you’ll see upon starting The Vanishing of Ethan Carter from developer The Astronauts is “This game is a narrative experience that does not hold your hand.” There have never been a truer quote than this because right from the get go, you’re left alone completely to figure out what to […]


By Nate On 6 Oct, 2014 At 01:01 AM | Categorized As Gaming News, PC, Reviews | With 0 Comments
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Monomino is a block based puzzle game developed by a group of final year students at Nanyang Polytechnic, School of Interactive & Digital Media in Singapore. It was a project that was deemed so good that it needed to be published and in 2012 the students became the first PlayStation First Academic Partners in Asia. […]


By Dan Courtney On 2 Oct, 2014 At 07:02 PM | Categorized As Featured, Gaming News, PC, Reviews | With 0 Comments
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As I slowly hobble my way up the snowy mountain path, I feel the bite of the cold against my face. The wind whips through the lonely valley and cuts through my meager collection of foraged clothing as if it weren’t even there. Each step sends shooting pain up my leg as I try my […]


By Dan On 2 Oct, 2014 At 05:18 PM | Categorized As Featured, Gaming News, PC, Reviews | With 0 Comments
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If you’re in the know, you would have heard that Logitech is one of the premier manufacturers of gaming peripherals and have been for quite some time now. Now if you aren’t familiar with Logitech you might be asking why you should trust them, and the answer is simple, they’ve been making mice for computers […]


By Brett On 30 Sep, 2014 At 08:44 PM | Categorized As Featured, Reviews | With 0 Comments
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Longtime series developers Frogware are back with their latest gritty take on the Sherlock Holmes adventures. Half point-and-click and half adventure, it’s clear that Frogware very much cares for a series that they have come to master.


By Brett On 25 Sep, 2014 At 10:46 PM | Categorized As Gaming News, PC, Playstation 4, Videos, Xbox One | With 0 Comments
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Ubisoft has finally delved into the details for the season pass of Assassin’s Creed Unity.


By Christine Whitman On 31 Aug, 2014 At 01:24 PM | Categorized As Featured, Gaming News, PC, Reviews | With 0 Comments
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First person shooters are practically everywhere we look, and let’s be honest, they’re practically all the same. Lovely Planet, however, is something new and different that has me hooked. Developed by QuickTequila Computer Video Games, this FPS is wacky and colorful in all the right ways. When I opened the game I was not prepared […]