We take a look at inXile's cRPG successor Wasteland 2
Wasteland 2 Reviewed
AusGamers takes a deep and hard look at just what Bungie has to offer in their newest sci-fi world, and just where our Destiny may lay.
Destiny Reviewed
AusGamers had the chance to sit down and chat with lead programmer and local Australian Ian Hern on all things Kraden’s Crypt.
Interview with Ian Hern on Kraden's Crypt
We take a look at all the local talent Australia has to offer for the gaming scene
Indie Friday: A Look at Australian Gaming
Forza Horizon 2 Review (Score: 9.4/10)
XBOXONE
Review by Steve Farrelly @ 30th September, 2014
No matter your history with driving cars in games, Forza Horizon 2 constantly and consistently rewards you for the basics -- acceleration, breaking and steering. The open-world is an added bonus to this because you’re unbound to any rules...
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Wasteland 2 Review (Score: 8.7/10)
PC
Review by Joaby @ 29th September, 2014
It's a wonderfully old-school RPG, something fans of a bygone era can use to scratch that nostalgic itch and new gamers can use to acquaint themselves with how things once were...
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Destiny Review (Score: 8.8/10)
XBOXONE
Review by Steve Farrelly @ 16th September, 2014
That alongside this we not only get excellent co-op options, PvP by way of the Crucible and the promise of more content to be delivered over the course of the game’s (expected long) life actually feels like a bonus. There is room to improve and build upon this base, but it’s a fantastic base regardless. It should only get better from here on out...
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The Sims 4 Review (Score: 6.7/10)
PC
Review by Joaby @ 9th September, 2014
Like every The Sims game before it, The Sims 4's success will hinge on the DLC that accompanies it -- what you have here is simply a solid foundation...
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Review by Steve Farrelly @ 2nd September, 2014
After having a taste of solo play against entertaining bosses I feel like it would be in the interest of players like myself for Blizzard to explore adding to the solo tab more regularly, while also building out bigger expansion-style campaign events every few months or so...
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Review by Jickle @ 27th August, 2014
There are enough plot points left dangling to indicate that the third season will follow up on the first two, but if the folks at Telltale are smart they’ll shift the focus to a new protagonist and really think about what made the first season work...
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Review by Joaby @ 19th August, 2014
This is what Diablo III should have been at launch, a beautifully constructed, tightly honed experience designed to capture players and not let them go until it's 2am and they have work in the morning...
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Review by Jickle @ 23rd July, 2014
Amid The Ruins is another quality Telltale episode, but it’s not the most memorable that they’ve ever done. It ends on a huge cliffhanger, as they all seem to now, but it’s not necessarily one that sets up an exciting final conflict...
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Review by Jickle @ 10th July, 2014
It doesn’t have The Walking Dead’s gut-punch moments, and the absence of traditional point ‘n click puzzles is perhaps a step too far for a game about solving a mystery, but right at the end the season came together as an effective study of these characters, and how their choices and beliefs have affected their community...
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Sniper Elite 3 Review (Score: 6.2/10)
PC
Review by Joaby @ 5th July, 2014
If it wasn't for that one brilliant thing it does -- Slow-Mo X-Ray Bullet-Cam -- it'd be the sort of game only your dad might pick up in a bargain bin sale, years after it released.
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Tropico 5 Review (Score: 7.0/10)
PC
Review by KostaAndreadis @ 1st July, 2014
To borrow from a cliché ridden sitcom staple, the Tropico series has always felt like the wacky neighbour to the Sim City straight man. At its core it’s very much a city builder, where economic concerns, politics, trade routes, production, power, roads, revenue and all that other good city stuff is the name of the game...
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Review by Jickle @ 1st July, 2014
There has been a large contingency of people asking for a war game in which you don’t pick up and fire a gun, so it’s great that, when it actually happened, we were given a game with this much charm and emotion packed into it...
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Review by nachosjustice @ 24th June, 2014
Regardless of whether it’s perfectly balanced at launch, Relic has shown its dedication to listening to the community with subsequent updates, and The Western Front Armies is a worthy addition to any multiplayer-loving Company of Heroes 2 player’s war chest...
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EA Sports UFC Review (Score: 4.7/10)
PS4
Review by Joaby @ 20th June, 2014
To put it simply, EA Sports UFC is the Kimbo Slice of MMA games. With little knowledge of the intricacies of the systems, when the game is just an all-out brawler for you and your mates to revel in, EA Sports UFC seems unstoppable. But as soon as you test it you start to see significant underlying problems. And just like Kimbo Slice, those problems hinge on fundamentally poor ground defence and poor stamina management.
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Review by Steve Farrelly @ 3rd June, 2014
The concept and setting here were ripe for out-of-left-field explosiveness, but due to a lack of direction and capitalisation, and likely a small budget, all we’re left with is a lifeless game that fails to live up to its potential...
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