to the moon, athena
AusGamers caught up with 2K Australia and Randy Pitchford to discuss the recently revealed Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel and why Australia is making an impact on the moon. Click for more!
inquisitive minds
AusGamers managed to catch-up with BioWare's Cameron Lee, an Aussie expat who serves as a producer on Dragon Age: Inquisition. Check out our full interview!
oracle of ages
Batman: Arkham Knight is set to be Rocksteady's final in the Arkham series, so it's fitting that it's just so damn big. And Batmobiles. Nuff said. Click for more!
Trial By Dirt Bike
We take a look at the fourth title in the Trials series, and the first to hit next-gen platforms. Does it live up to the name? Find out in our review!
Post by Dan @ 11:20am 11/02/14 | 0 Comments
A few months on from its PC launch, indie survival horror game Outlast has now arrived on console with the PlayStation 4 offering now available for purchase. AusGamers resident horror game aficionado Dylan Burns packs a change of pants as he ventures into our latest review:
Outlast’s central pillar is its passive approach to play. You can’t fight back. In tense situations, your only options are to run and/or hide. All the while, you’re expected to do this with your trusty hand-held camera up to your eyes, to record every moment. The camera provides a conduit between the player and Outlast’s grimy, horrific world. Whenever it’s held up, the world becomes slightly grainy and surreal, even more so when you must enter pitch dark and turn on the camera’s night vision mode.
Find out whether those spare trousers were needed or not in this in-depth review.





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