AusGamers took Far Cry 4 for a hands-on spin last week. Read on for our full thoughts...
Far Cry 4 Hands-On Preview
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
Joaby Gilroy takes The Sims 4 for a spin on PC and finds out just what the life simulator has to offer.
The Sims 4 Reviewed
BioShock Infinite Review (Score: 10.0/10)
PC
Review by Steve Farrelly @ 25th March, 2013
BioShock Infinite is the sort of game we dream of reviewing. It’s the Ocarina of Time of this generation (only infinitely better), and will be talked about and analysed for years to come. But only if you take Booker to his end; only if you see his task through; only if you help him erase the debt. A debt that, come the credits, you’ll never forget.
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Review by KostaAndreadis @ 22nd March, 2013
Heart of the Swarm is another exceptional expansion from Blizzard, one that no doubt fans would need no persuading at all to buy. But its accessibility over previous entries may be its biggest strength for those who’ve always been curious about StarCraft multiplayer but may have felt too intimidated to give it a try...
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Review by Naren @ 21st March, 2013
The first installment of this three part DLC did leave me with two main questions; why weren’t the supernatural powers introduced, or at least touched on, in the mainline story and why separate the overall DLC into three, two hour episodes? The way this episode plays out offers a few answers to these...
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Review by nachosjustice @ 21st March, 2013
Gears of War: Judgment is far from perfect and falls disappointingly short on the single-player front. But almost everything else about the game is well worth a look and goes a long way to showing that the Gears of War franchise still has the kind of allure that’s worthy of its reputation...
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Review by ko-zee-ii @ 12th March, 2013
I feel quite torn. It isn’t a bad game, not by a long shot, but you’ll feel the main plot is sorely lacking something, which is something I never thought I’d say about God of War.
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SimCity Review (Score: 9.4/10)
PC
Review by Steve Farrelly @ 5th March, 2013
What SimCity becomes at the hands of its legions of users is going to be an incredibly rewarding and rich experience, that much is sure, I just hope it doesn’t break up any homes of families in its addictive wake.
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Crysis 3 Review (Score: 8.5/10)
PC
Review by GunSlingerAUS @ 26th February, 2013
Crysis 3 comes so close to greatness that it’s a tragedy that it didn’t make it. If the next game focuses a little more on mood-setting moments where the player – gasp – has no way to kill anything at all, then it’ll be the perfect sci-fi shooter...
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Tomb Raider Review (Score: 9.0/10)
XBOX360
Review by Jickle @ 26th February, 2013
This is an extremely impressive reboot, one that provides me with one of the most enjoyable and exciting adventures I’ve undertaken in quite some time...
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Review by butters @ 21st February, 2013
With all the flaws in Colonial Marines it's easy to discard it as a failure, but for all its glitches, poor visuals and less-than-pristine controls, there is still fun to be had in this shoot-by-the-numbers sci-fi title...
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Review by Naren @ 20th February, 2013
This episode is the beginning of this all-fictional spin on the main antagonist’s actions, and if it keeps up the pace is sure to offer a lot of diverse, exciting gameplay never before seen in the series...
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Review by ko-zee-ii @ 19th February, 2013
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Dead Space 3 Review (Score: 9.0/10)
XBOX360
Review by Naren @ 4th February, 2013
An incredibly deep and expanding story and much of the Dead Space feel returning, albeit turned down a little, as well as all the new systems and elements will definitely divide fans, but may be more accessible to newcomers, which is always welcomed with such a rich franchise. Even with the familiarity this delivers a monstrous amount of satisfaction...
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Review by Jickle @ 1st February, 2013
On a technical level, Ni No Kuni may not be the most advanced game, but it’s one that is much easier to recommend because of its incredibly strong art. The involvement of Studio Ghibli, the animation studio behind some of the most beautiful anime films ever created, has helped developers, Level 5, craft a world flush with beauty. At any given moment in a major area, you can arch the camera, sit back and stare at the screen, and feel like you’re staring at an incredible illustration...
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DmC Review (Score: 9.2/10)
PS3
Review by ko-zee-ii @ 21st January, 2013
DmC is one hell of a game. It hits you on almost every level. The story is intriguing with some interesting ideas on media corrupting the masses and while completely predictable still manages to throw some curve balls at you. It looks spectacular, is wonderfully acted and has some of the most imaginative level designs and memorable boss battles I’ve come across in quite some time, and then there’s the combat...
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Anarchy Reigns Review (Score: 6.9/10)
XBOX360
Review by Jickle @ 15th January, 2013
This is a roundabout way of establishing Anarchy Reigns’ dual role as both a pleasant surprise and a disappointment. It’s Platinum Games’ worst game, its least interesting and least ambitious creation, but it’s far from actually being bad...
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