Fallout 76 – Review In-Progress (The First 30 Hours)
As we adventure through the post-apocalyptic West Virginia of Fallout 76, we bring you our thoughts so far...
At BlizzCon 2018 we sat down with the team behind the upcoming mobile game Diablo Immortal to talk about bringing the franchise to an even smaller screen.
Talking Diablo Immortal with Blizzard
Plus, of course, plenty of B.O.B. - Ashe’s trusty Omnic sidekick.
Talking Overwatch and the 29th Hero Ashe with Jeff Kaplan
Our in-depth conversation with with Microsoft’s Chris Charla, the head of its indie platform – ID@Xbox.
In Conversation - Talking Indies and More with Chris Charla
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Fallout 76 – Review In-Progress (The First 30 Hours)
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Fallout 76 – Review In-Progress (The First 30 Hours)
A decent length of time to spend with any game no doubt, but as the sort of Fallout player that takes their time to explore the world and its locations - there's still a lot to discover and experience before we're ready to whack on a score and provide some final thoughts. Even though the game itself will surely change over time. In the meantime though, we got thoughts. Plenty.

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Diablo III's Next Patch and Season 16 Aims to Be 'Game-Changing'
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Diablo III's Next Patch and Season 16 Aims to Be 'Game-Changing'
Veteran Diablo III players are in for a treat next Season with Blizzard and the team looking to make it a game changer when it comes to high level end-game play. It's all incredibly interesting stuff for veteran players and newcomers alike (thanks the the recent Nintendo Switch release) as it focuses on making just about every legendary set viable for high-level Greater Rifts. And then there's the Seasonal 'game changer'.

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Steam's Switch to Australian Pricing Hasn't Been Without Issues
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Steam's Switch to Australian Pricing Hasn't Been Without Issues
In that developers and publishers who failed or forgot to set prices for their games in Australian dollars has resulted in their games no longer being able to be purchased locally. Affected titles seem to cover a broad range of popular games too, including Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice, Ori and the Blind Forest, Pathfinder: Kingmaker, several Microsoft titles and basically every Konami game.

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Total War Definitive Editions Have Arrived on Steam
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Total War Definitive Editions Have Arrived on Steam
In what are compilations of all released DLC and post-launch updates for Empire: Total War, Napoleon: Total War and Medieval II: Total War. The good news is that for everyone who owns any of the above your current version will be automatically updated to the Definitive Edition - which, again, grants access to all DLC and post-launch updates.

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Sid Meier’s Civilization VI: Gathering Storm Expansion to Tackle Climate Change
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Sid Meier’s Civilization VI: Gathering Storm Expansion to Tackle Climate Change
From the optimistic point of view that the latest entry in the series is known for. Well, to a point - as Sean Bean's character naturally dies within the first 30 seconds of the cinematic announcement trailer. Sid Meier’s Civilization VI: Gathering Storm introduces "an active planet where geology and climatology present unique new challenges". With everything from volcanoes, massive storms, droughts, and more.

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Development Has Recommenced on The Final Season of Telltale’s The Walking Dead
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Development Has Recommenced on The Final Season of Telltale’s The Walking Dead
With the surprise closure of Telltale Games earlier this year, in addition to wide range of talented developers no longer being employed, many of the studio's in-development projects were cancelled. Among them, at least initially, was the final season of Telltale's The Walking Dead.

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Aussies FNATIC Make History Breaking into the Rainbow Six Pro League Season 8 Top 4
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Aussies FNATIC Make History Breaking into the Rainbow Six Pro League Season 8 Top 4
With their captain hospitalised just hours before boarding the plane to Rio de Janeiro where the Season 8 Invitational would be taking place at Jeunesse Arena in the Olympic Park, Aussie Rainbow Six Siege team FNATIC caused a massive upset, defeating North America's Evil Geniuses, breaking into the top four of an international competition for the first time.

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Black Mesa Celebrates 20 Years of Half-Life with its Impressive Reimagined Xen
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Black Mesa Celebrates 20 Years of Half-Life with its Impressive Reimagined Xen
With the original Half-Life celebrating its 20th anniversary the team behind Black Mesa, the incredibly detailed fan remake of the game, has revealed its re-imagined and fleshed out version of Xen. The mysterious world between worlds that served as a brief stop for Gordon Freeman in his travels. And, it looks incredible.

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Watch This: Just Cause 4 "Deep Dive" Trailer Showcases a Truly Dynamic Open-World
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Watch This: Just Cause 4
Just Cause 4 is just around the corner, releasing on December 4 for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4. This is also the most ambitious entry in the series in terms of both game-world dynamism and freedom for the player, which is just what today's "Deep Dive" trailer showcases.

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Frostpunk's Endless Mode Poses the Question, 'How Long Can You Survive?'
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Frostpunk's Endless Mode Poses the Question, 'How Long Can You Survive?'
Released earlier this year Frostpunk from 11 bit provided an intoxicating blend of survival, city building, and strategy. In our review we noted that "the sheer emotional weight behind each decision is what separates Frostpunk from other city builders". One of the main issues we had though was that you could only experience the game through finite scenarios with a beginning, middle, and end.

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Fallout 76 Just Got a Huge Patch... In Terms of File Size
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Fallout 76 Just Got a Huge Patch... In Terms of File Size
Weighing in at a sizable 48GB on Xbox One X and 47GB on PlayStation 4. PC players can enjoy a smaller 15GB download, but even that is fairly huge considering the Day One patch was similarly massive. As for the Patch Notes, a lot of it is fixing bugs and glitches alongside performance improvement.

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Darksiders 3 Intro Cinematic Sets the Tone for the Long Awaited Sequel
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Darksiders 3 Intro Cinematic Sets the Tone for the Long Awaited Sequel
Launching November 27, for fans of the series Darksiders III has been a long time coming. With players taking control of a different member of the Four Hosremen, a horse-woman by the name of Fury, the following introduction sets the tone for the adventure that follows.

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Blizzard's Jeff Kaplan Teases "Very Big Dreams in Front of Us" Around Overwatch's Future
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Blizzard's Jeff Kaplan Teases
In an interview over at Red Bull Games by our very own Kosta Andreadis (yes, Red Bull Games is real and has very good content, thanks largely to a lot of AusGamers alumni), Blizzard's Jeff Kaplan teases at some very, very big things happening in Overwatch world, in the near future.

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Free "Zedhunter" State of Decay 2 Update Adds New Weapons and Gameplay Changes
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Free
And it's all in celebration of the 4 million-plus who've been slaying zombies since the game's initial release. The update is for Xbox Game Pass subscribers and owners of the game and brings with it a number of enhances in gameplay changes, weapons and items.

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Star Citizen Rockets Past $200 Million USD in Funding
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Star Citizen Rockets Past $200 Million USD in Funding
That that of course being crowdfunding, which began as a modest Kickstarter project years ago (where it originally had a planned 2014 release window), to the overly ambitious ever expanding universe that was born from the massive response from fans and backers. Where now, in-game purchases of ships has been generating a steady stream of income for quite some time.

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GameCube Era Cult Classic Killer 7 is Out Now on PC
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GameCube Era Cult Classic Killer 7 is Out Now on PC
Available now via Steam, where the decade-old cult hit from SUDA51 (Goichi Suda) and legendary Capcom producers Hiroyuki Kobayashi and Shinji Mikami can be played in HD or up to 4K resolution at blistering 60 fps speeds. In fact, due to the heavily stylised nature of the original GameCube release, killer7 looks and plays great on PC. Even if it' as weird and vague and crazy as ever.

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Rumour Watch 2018: Microsoft Working on a Disc-Free Digital Xbox One Console for 2019
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Rumour Watch 2018: Microsoft Working on a Disc-Free Digital Xbox One Console for 2019
A new Xbox One revision is rumoured to be in the works for next year. One that will carry a smaller price-tag than the current Xbox One S, in a disc-free digital-only build. Designed no doubt to be paired alongside an Xbox Game Pass and Xbox Live subscription.

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Valve Under Fire for Artifact's Pay for Everything Microtransaction Model
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Valve Under Fire for Artifact's Pay for Everything Microtransaction Model
Valve's new card game Artifact is due later this month, but with the open beta starting sooner people are growing concerned over the seemingly predatory nature of the game's payment model. Not only do players ave to pay $20 USD for the base Artifact game, but booster card packs cost $2 each and earning cards is only possible via competitive game modes that cost paid-for-tickets to enter - at $1 a pop.

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Steam Pricing in Australian Dollarydoos Arrives Wednesday
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Steam Pricing in Australian Dollarydoos Arrives Wednesday
Well, it's taken a while but pricing on Steam has finally been updated for local digital shoppers - with everything now in fancy AUD. Well, coming on Wednesday as it seems Valve jumped the gun by announcing the currency update too soon. The change won't affect anyone's current library, merely pricing of everything in the store.

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Sony and PlayStation to Skip E3 2019
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Sony and PlayStation to Skip E3 2019
For the first time in many years, well ever really - Sony is planning to skip E3 2019. In a statement made to Game Informer, Sony notes "As the industry evolves, Sony Interactive Entertainment continues to look for inventive opportunities to engage the community." Pushed for additional info Sony also said that it would not hold its own press conference around E3 - like EA has done in recent years with EA Play.

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