Cam Lee Inquisition
Dragon Age: Inquisition producer Cameron Lee has become a fixture here at AusGamers. The Aussie ex-pat took tie out of his Gamescom duties to chat with us again. Check it out!
couch slayer
Diablo 3: Reaper of Souls Ultimate Evil Edition is now upon us, but it might as well be called "definitive edition". Read our review to find out why - click here!
Resident Evil Within
The Evil Within is creeping up just around the release corner, so we decided to take a look back at Shinji Mikami's incredible Resident Evil 4. Click here for more!
fella!
Wrapping up a tour in Australia and with Summerslam dominating August, we had a chance to chat with the Great White himself, Sheamus! Check it out right here!
Ryse: Son of Rome Review (Score: 6.9/10)
XBOXONE
Review by nachosjustice @ 3rd December, 2013
The almighty power of ‘what could have been’ is difficult to ignore when the Ryse formula works, but in its current form it’s difficult to recommend as a must-own Xbox One title, despite the clear potential that regularly bubbles above the surface...
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Review by GunSlingerAUS @ 3rd December, 2013
If only Killzone: Shadow Fall had banished even more of the claustrophobic corridor gameplay and had just a little more effort taken with the storytelling, it could have been a truly classic launch title
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Review by Jickle @ 29th November, 2013
It’s a shame that Explore the Dungeon, despite its adherence to maintaining the characters’ personalities and its clear admiration of the source material, misses the point of what makes Adventure Time work.
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Tearaway Review (Score: 8.6/10)
PSVITA
Review by Gameboffin @ 27th November, 2013
For just over $30, you get a good four to five hours of gameplay if you take your time, more if you want to collect 100% of each area’s hidden elements. Most of that time is spent with a smile on your face and the realisation that the Vita is severely underutilised...
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Review by Jickle @ 27th November, 2013
A Link Between Worlds is a sequel to ‘Past, but it’s not going to inspire the same fervour that game did. This is, however, by design rather than an issue of quality – it’s a much punchier game, forsaking Zelda’s usual languid pace in favour of a campaign that feels like it should be sped through...
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Review by Gameboffin @ 25th November, 2013
If you can swallow the clunky combat, the usual platformer niggles and a few bugs (the game locked up on me twice and characters regularly got stuck or wouldn’t land on ledges) then LEGO Marvel Superheroes is very much more of what you would expect...
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Review by Joaby @ 21st November, 2013
Forza Motorsport 5 is a technical marvel and a truly next-gen experience. Drivatar technology needs to be implemented into every game as soon as possible, and people looking for a fantastic looking driving game need look no further...
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NBA 2K14 Review (Score: 8.8/10)
XBOXONE
Review by Joaby @ 19th November, 2013
NBA 2K14 is a truly next-gen experience -- it looks and plays amazingly, it offers a better connection to the real world of basketball than ever before and the way they've added in relationship management elements to both the MyCareer and MyGM modes makes the game feel significantly better.
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Review by ko-zee-ii @ 15th November, 2013
Whether you’re a looking to leave your mark as a maverick speed demon with a legion of fans or skirting the thin blue line desperate to shut entitled street trash down, each campaign is a blast to work your way through, even if the plot surrounding them isn’t.
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Review by KostaAndreadis @ 15th November, 2013
Deadfall Adventures neatly follows this path but also tries to provide a story driven adventure that transcends its genre (the first-person shooter) by tying it to the title’s namesake – the traditional adventure game.
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WWE 2K14 Review (Score: 6.8/10)
XBOX360
Review by Hoops @ 14th November, 2013
Despite everything, WWE 2K14 shows signs of life. Under the ownership of 2K Games, here’s hoping it can shed some of its baggage to join the NBA 2K series in leading the way for sports games into the next generation...
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Review by Steve Farrelly @ 12th November, 2013
With that out of the way, the first thing to really regale is that Call of Duty: Ghosts is a mess of a game. That’s not to say that it’s nonfunctional or bad to play, rather, it loses sight of its core principles and eschews an amazing opportunity with the advent of our transition to next-gen, as well as being the first true IW CoD sans Zampella and West, through poorly constructed (and utilised) tech, half-assed delivery of modes and a single-player campaign that sets the series back more than a few years...
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Review by Dan @ 8th November, 2013
By itself, as just a game for someone that has no interest in learning guitar, it’s probably no more or less engaging than past rhythm games, but for those who dream of shredding, I can’t think of a better starting point.
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Review by Gameboffin @ 6th November, 2013
Dual Destinies is a comfortable sequel. Yet another episode where satisfaction comes not from some new gameplay innovation but the bordering-on-laborious logic hills that must be traversed.
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Review by nachosjustice @ 29th October, 2013
The greatest compliment I can afford Black Flag, though, is that I wanted more at the end of my time with it. With such an expansive map to explore and so many alluring distractions on offer, this is the kind of game a player could easily lose scores of hours exploring...
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