Judgment Review - Yakuza and Cases Involving Missing Underwear
From SEGA's Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio, and the talented team behind the Yakuza series comes a new nightlife adventure where you take on the role of private detective Takayuki Yagami.
We dig deep to discover the appeal of the stylish guns, bullets, and bananas action game.
My Friend Pedro Review - An Appealing Action Game
As part of E3 2019 we had the chance to go hands on with DOOM Eternal and witness the evolution of the id Software's re-imagining of the iconic series.
DOOM Eternal - The id Software Shooter Perfected
We sit down with Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Breakpoint producer Nouredine Abboud to talk about the latest Ghost adventure.
Ghost Recon Breakpoint Interview
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E3 2019 Indie Game Showcase - 11 Games To Put on Your Radar
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E3 2019 Indie Game Showcase - 11 Games To Put on Your Radar
E3 has always traditionally been a show where the AAA game reigns supreme. After all it's the place where Sony, Microsoft, Nintendo, and publishers like Bethesda and Ubisoft showcase the biggest games currently in development. Where in most cases they'll work for months fine-tuning specific E3 builds to show off the latest post-apocalyptic survival thing. Or as was the case this year, a pre-rendered cinematic. But behind the bright lights and pretend explosions lie several fascinating indie titles on display.

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Blizzard - We're Working on a New, Unannounced Diablo Project
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Blizzard - We're Working on a New, Unannounced Diablo Project
And so goes the first line in a new set of job postings over at Blizzard, one looking for a Lead Character Artist and the other a Lead Concept Artist. Neither of the listings mention anything specifically about the game other than it will involve working as part of the Diablo team in Irvine. It's probably safe to assume that both positions are for the still-to-be-announced Diablo 4.

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HITMAN 2 Gets its First Expansion Location with a New York Mission
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HITMAN 2 Gets its First Expansion Location with a New York Mission
Set in the sort of bank that reminds of the awesome opening scene from The Dark Knight. Except darker, because Agent 47 will be doing his assassinating at night. With the new The Bank (Golden Handshake) campaign mission, HITMAN 2 Expansion Pass and Expansion Pack 1 owners can dive into the new sandbox location today.

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Blazing Chrome is a Retro Contra Inspired Action Game Out Next Month
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Blazing Chrome is a Retro Contra Inspired Action Game Out Next Month
Fans of the classic side-scroller Contra, or as it was called in Australia Probotector, will definitely want to keep an eye on Blazing Chrome. Developed by The Arcade Crew it's a throwback to 16-bit post-apocalyptic action that looks incredible in motion.

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Xbox Elite Wireless Controller Series 2 Arrives November 4
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Xbox Elite Wireless Controller Series 2 Arrives November 4
With a local RRP of $249.95 AUD, matching the premium build and features of the high end Xbox controller compatible with Xbox One consoles and Windows 10 PCs. The Xbox Elite Wireless Controller Series 2 not only comes with interchangeable thumb-sticks but also advanced features that let you adjust the tension. Plus, a reported 40 hours of battery life.

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Judgment Review - Of Yakuza and Cases Involving Missing Undergarments
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Judgment Review - Of Yakuza and Cases Involving Missing Undergarments
From SEGA's Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio, and the talented team behind the Yakuza series comes a new nightlife adventure where you take on the role of private detective Takayuki Yagami. To uncover the mystery behind a string of recent grisly murders. And eat delicious food, beat-up thugs, play some Virtua Fighter 5 at an arcade, and to catch a dastardly Panty Thief.

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Play a New Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Arcade Mashup for Free, Because Why Wouldn't You?
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Play a New Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Arcade Mashup for Free, Because Why Wouldn't You?
There was a time during my formative years in the early 90s where the sheer mention of "mutant", "turtle", "sewer", "pizza" and words I'd never heard of before like "cowabunga", "Leonardo", "Donatello", "Michelangelo" and "Raphael" got me all giddy inside. (I did actually know of the artists before a few mutated turtles and a rat popularised them to heights they'd never thought they'd ever be known for, but that's another story altogether.)

Ahem. Anyway, a few fans of the TMNT arcade and console classics of old have put together a free-to-play mashup with 60 playable characters.

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Microsoft's Next-Gen Project Scarlett Xbox Will be One High-End Console
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Microsoft's Next-Gen Project Scarlett Xbox Will be One High-End Console
And sure that headline might seem a little redundant in a "of course a console is a console" sort of way but throughout last year several credible sources were reporting that Microsoft was planning on releasing two next-gen Xbox consoles - a high-end model and one aimed at streaming.

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Tim Schafer Opens Up About Microsoft Acquiring Double Fine
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Tim Schafer Opens Up About Microsoft Acquiring Double Fine
In a new interview over at Gamasutra, Double Fine boss Tim Schafer opened up about the studio's recent acquisition by Microsoft which was announced at E3. Describing Microsoft's efforts in expanding Xbox Game Studios as "a new way of acquiring companies", "where they're not merged into the larger corporate entity".

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198X - A Coming of Age Arcade Story is Out Now
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198X - A Coming of Age Arcade Story is Out Now
About a year ago we were made aware of the crowdfunded project 1980X from indie team Hi-Bit Studios and were immediately on board. The game, aims to tells a coming of age story via a number of arcade games. From beat-em-ups to racers and even R-Type style shooters. Part 1 of what's being dubbed an "arcade epic" is out now and it looks fantastic.

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Watch This - Classic DOOM Eternal Recreates the E3 2019 Trailer
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Watch This - Classic DOOM Eternal Recreates the E3 2019 Trailer
Via a suit of mods and maps and the popular GZDoom that takes advantage of modern hardware. Still, this is very much classic DOOM from the 1990s cut together in an impressive recreation of the E3 2019 trailer for DOOM Eternal. A definite must watch.

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Gears of War 5 Won't Have a Season Pass or Loot Box Style 'Gear Packs'
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Gears of War 5 Won't Have a Season Pass or Loot Box Style 'Gear Packs'
In a new update on the upcoming September release of Gears 5, developer The Coalition has outlined the post-launch plans for the game. Confirming that the Season Pass is gone, alongside the random Gear Packs that were akin to loot boxes. In their place all DLC maps will be free with in-game purchases being direct.

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Gran Turismo Sport Finally Gets Wet - First Look at Rain at the Red Bull Ring
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Gran Turismo Sport Finally Gets Wet - First Look at Rain at the Red Bull Ring
Dynamic weather is something that has been on the cards for Gran Turismo Sport for quite sometime, with the racer's PlayStation 4 debut back in late 2017 being pretty light when it came to variable racing conditions. In a new video showcasing Coque Lopez taking a Peugeot RCZ Gr.B Rally Car for a spin we get to see the first footage of rain in the game.

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The Tech Driving Watch Dogs Legion is Fully Systemic and Dynamic, with Nothing Procedural at all
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The Tech Driving Watch Dogs Legion is Fully Systemic and Dynamic, with Nothing Procedural at all
That's one nugget we learnt from our in-depth interview we did with Ubisoft's Shelley Johnson, which we've already teased once, and trust us when we say she unloads on the goods awaiting us in this ambitious new angle for both the franchise, and open-world games in general.

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Razer Nari Ultimate Review - Feel the Vibration
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Razer Nari Ultimate Review - Feel the Vibration
In the immortal words of Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch, "It's a good vibration, it's such a sweet sensation." And so with that, you probably don't need to read our review of the Razer Nari Ultimate wireless gaming headset. Except you probably should, as it introduces a first in the gaming headset space. Haptic feedback for a head shaking good time.

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Esports Life Tycoon Exists and It's Available Now via Steam Early Access
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Esports Life Tycoon Exists and It's Available Now via Steam Early Access
A new sim where you get to create and manage your very own esports team right down to the logo, each player, their training, chemistry, and swanky gaming house. Plus, hire psychologists, coaches, and marketing managers. Developed by U-Play Online, Esports Life Tycoon is available now in Early Access.

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EA CEO Andrew Wilson Says the Company is Committed to Anthem
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EA CEO Andrew Wilson Says the Company is Committed to Anthem
By stating in a new interview over at GameDaily.biz, that Anthem "may not have had the start that many of us wanted, including our players. I feel like that team is really going to get there with something special and something great, because they've demonstrated that they can." Citing the pedigree of BioWare and the strength of the world created.

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My Friend Pedro Review - Going Bananas
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My Friend Pedro Review - Going Bananas
My Friend Pedro, at its core is a stylish new action game where blending classic John Woo gunplay with a dedicated 'slow-time' button. Also, there's a talking banana that guides you on your quest to kill everyone.

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Total War: Three Kingdoms 'Reign of Blood' DLC Brings The Red Stuff
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Total War: Three Kingdoms 'Reign of Blood' DLC Brings The Red Stuff
Like clockwork the post-launch window of a major Total War release gets a blood and gore bit of DLC, with Total War: Three Kingdoms - Reign of Blood arriving next week. As per the description it introduces "new gory and mature-rated effects, animations and kill-moves" to the game that will be able to be toggled via the settings.

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SMACH Z is the Handheld PC You Never Knew You Needed
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SMACH Z is the Handheld PC You Never Knew You Needed
Taken quite by surprise, across our [digital] desk this morning, we were briefed on an upcoming handheld 'console' PC. Sound confusing? It sort of is, but based on a number of videos shared with us from the SMACH Z handheld's presence at E3, we're pretty bummed we (or at least I) didn't know about the platform beforehand to get our (my) own mits on it.

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