We check out the fast-paced third-person Xbox One exclusive Sunset Overdrive to see just what it has in store.
Sunset Overdrive Reviewed
We take a look at Firaxis' sci-fi take on the Civ universe
Civilization: Beyond Earth Reviewed
We sit down with Blizzard's Ion Hazzikostas to talk all things World of Warcraft, including upcoming expansion Warlords of Draenor.
Talking Draenor with Ion Hazzikostas
Here it is, AusGamers looks at The Evil Within, and just what you can expect from grandaddy horror creator Shinji Mikami
The Evil Within Review
Review by Gameboffin @ 3rd May, 2013
Riptide brings absolutely nothing new to the experience of the first game. If anything, it just piles on new frustrations.
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Review by Steve Farrelly @ 1st May, 2013
If you’re a child of the 80s and want to play a game that pokes fun at the modern gaming landscape while throwing back to a simpler time, you can’t go wrong with Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon...
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Review by Jickle @ 25th April, 2013
Fire Emblem: Awakening’s gravitational pull is unbelievable, but you’ll come away from it each time feeling just a bit sharper than before. Handheld gaming doesn’t get much better than this...
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Review by Jickle @ 19th April, 2013
These missions don’t quite reach the same heights as the main campaign’s best moments, and we miss Corvo’s abilities more than we appreciate Daud’s (the constant companionship of that creepy heart Corvo carried around meant more to us than we realised), but there’s more effort, imagination and fun across these levels than plenty of big releases manage across their entire lengths.
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Review by Steve Farrelly @ 17th April, 2013
Despite the fact we’re finally getting Mortal Kombat here in Australia next month, you couldn’t go much better than Injustice: Gods Among Us for your fighting game fix. It feels like a classic NetherRealm game with all the mechanics and balance they’re known for when they bring their A-Game, and it has Batman duking it out with Superman. Honestly, what’s not to love here?
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Review by James Cottee @ 12th April, 2013
But aside from these niggling flaws, the game is bloody amazing, and easily the best instalment in the Monster Hunter series to date.
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Review by Gameboffin @ 11th April, 2013
Its humour may be slightly weak and unlocks spread far and wide, but LEGO City Undercover is a thoroughly enjoyable and refreshingly innocent open-world game.
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ShootMania Storm Review (Score: 8.9/10)
PC
Review by nachosjustice @ 11th April, 2013
ShootMania loads quickly, alt-tabs like a champ and is a fantastic example of a game that can take five minutes to learn, but countless hours to master in its addictive gameplay formula.
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Review by ko-zee-ii @ 8th April, 2013
Army of TWO: The Devil’s Cartel marks a low point for the franchise. The best way I can put it is that the soul of the series has left the building. It has action aplenty but it feels more like a slog. There are no blockbuster moments to leave your jaw hanging and you’ll forget the plot and characters almost immediately. All you’ll want is it to end, quickly...
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Review by Gameboffin @ 2nd April, 2013
The Walking Dead: Survival Instinct will bury itself dutifully to the bottom of bargain bins very shortly. Avoid even then.
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Review by nachosjustice @ 27th March, 2013
Whether playing by yourself or against others, Trials Evolution is an addictive blast that should not be missed.
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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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