Rare Air: Our 10 Best Games of E3 2018 (Part One)
Our annual list of the best games we saw at E3. And with the stellar line-up of titles making the show this year it was hard to even get the list down to this size.
Ahead of E3 Bethesda gave AusGamers the chance to check out RAGE 2, the unexpected but very welcome sequel to id Software’s iconic original
Over-the-Top, Fun, and Insane: Hands-On with Rage 2
From its prequel setting, massive open world, online dedicated servers, to setting up camp anywhere you please.
Fallout 76 – Everything You Need to Know
And to think that we thought they couldn't top the Australia setting of Forza Horizon 3.
Forza Horizon 4 Looks Incredible Thanks to Dynamic Seasons
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Jurassic World Evolution Review - Welcome to...
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Jurassic World Evolution Review - Welcome to...
As one of the great cinematic thrill rides of the 20th century, and a franchise that is enjoying a resurgence thanks to the success of Jurassic World, we've wanted a proper or detailed sim where you could build your own dinosaur theme park ever since the release of Jurassic Park in 1993.

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Los Angeles Valiant Become Overwatch League Stage 4 Champions
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Los Angeles Valiant Become Overwatch League Stage 4 Champions
With the regular season of Overwatch League concluding this past weekend, came the hard-earned victory for Los Angeles Valiant (27-13) as they defeated the New York Excelsior (34-6) at Blizzard Arena Los Angeles. This one definitely feels good for Australian fans as the Los Angeles Valiant is home to two Aussies – Support Player, Scott ‘Custa’ Kennedy and Assistant Coach, Jordan ‘Gunba’ Graham.

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World of Tanks Celebrates the World Cup with Tank Football
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World of Tanks Celebrates the World Cup with Tank Football
Which on paper is such a ridiculous concept that it can't help but be a winner. A returning mode, Tank Football's new 3v3 matches come equipped with several improvements including new specialist roles for tanks and Italian goalkeeping legend Gianluigi "Gigi" Buffon as commentator. Plus, we also get a pretty amazing live-action trailer.

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Beyond Good & Evil 2 Aims for Playable Beta in 2019
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Beyond Good & Evil 2 Aims for Playable Beta in 2019
As mentioned by creator Michel Ancel on Instagram, the team is planning to have a playable beta of Beyond Good & Evil 2 at the end of 2019. Which, for such an ambitious title - one with impressive tech that seamlessly blends vast open worlds with entire planets and even star systems - we're hoping that the team is able to pull it off in time.

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F1 2018 Headline Edition will Include Classic F1 Cars
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F1 2018 Headline Edition will Include Classic F1 Cars
Including the championship 2009 Brawn BGP-001 driven by that year’s F1 World Champion Jenson Button and Rubens Barrichello, and the 2003 Williams FW25. Two additions that will no doubt come as a welcome surprise to F1 fans. Both come as part of the Headline Edition which is currently available for pre-order.

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New Xbox Avatar System Goes Live Tomorrow for Insiders
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New Xbox Avatar System Goes Live Tomorrow for Insiders
The long awaited refresh of the Xbox Live Avatar system, which dates back the Xbox 360 days, is set to make its reappearance later tonight for Xbox Insiders. The system update will introduce the beta Xbox Avatar Editor app for players to create their new digital personas, where Microsoft is touting several "inclusive customisation options".

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CD Projekt RED Confident Cyberpunk 2077 Will Launch in Australia
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CD Projekt RED Confident Cyberpunk 2077 Will Launch in Australia
Say what now? Yeah, during the behind close doors hands-on preview of Cyberpunk 2077 a few Australians got concerned about the future of the game thanks to its depiction of drug use. And how it can offer power-ups or improved abilities. Full frontal nudity aside, the Australian ratings board has a real problem with drugs, which most likely led to the recent ban/classification refusal of We Happy Few.

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Rare Air - AusGamers’ Official Top 10 Best Games of E3 List - Part 2
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Rare Air - AusGamers’ Official Top 10 Best Games of E3 List - Part 2
Where we continue our look at the best that E3 2018 had to offer - which is no small feat considering just how much goodness was there. Games we were given a chance to experience, play and just be exposed to. Counting down 5 - 3 today, no doubt you might guess what number one might be - but until then be sure to mark these games on your calendar.

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The Post-Punk Wasteland of Rage 2 - Our Chat with Avalanche Studios
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The Post-Punk Wasteland of Rage 2 - Our Chat with Avalanche Studios
It made our best-of E3 list for a reason. First, because we're huge fans of the original Rage and second because we think that bringing in the open world expertise of Swedish studio Avalanche Studios was a masterful touch. And so as part of our continued coverage we bring you this interview with Avalanche to discuss the bright new world of RAGE 2.

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Rare Air - AusGamers’ Official Top 10 Best Games of E3 List - Part 1
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Rare Air - AusGamers’ Official Top 10 Best Games of E3 List - Part 1
E3 this year was a beast of a show. We have stacks of content to drop to you over the next little while, but this year we wanted to jump out of the gates with something a bit new -- a TOP 10.

Yeah, yeah, yeah... but it's sort of not that kind of top 10. This year's show was full of some of the most promising multi-directional games and, well, we wanted to create a definitive list of the rarest of the rare -- a list of games in "rare air". With each other.

So here's Part 1 of our three-part series, counting down from 10 to 1 with an absolute order of best to, well, 10th best.

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ONRUSH Review - The Return of Arcade Vehicular Combat
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ONRUSH Review - The Return of Arcade Vehicular Combat
Initial impressions or expectation can be a tricky thing, but usually not so much when it comes to a racing game. Where that age old Ricky Bobby mantra of "if you're not first, you're last" mostly rings true. ONRUSH from Codemasters does things a little different, with combat and a very different approach to racing.

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E3 2018: Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown Story Trailer
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E3 2018: Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown Story Trailer
It's hard not be a fan of Bandai Namco's Ace Combat series, where the story often features ridiculous fictional names and countries - but the tone is serious enough that you can feel the dramatic weight of it all. We've been waiting quite a while for Ace Combat 7, and although we still don't have a release date, the E3 trailer definitely showcases the impressive new visuals and dramatic story.

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Blizzard Sheds New Light on WoW Classic
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Blizzard Sheds New Light on WoW Classic
In that we now know that World of Warcraft Patch 1.12: Drums of War will serve as the foundation of what is being dubbed WoW Classic. In a new post over at the official site, Blizzard opens up about it's own testing and development in bringing back the authentic launch-window version of the popular MMO.

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Warframe's Cinematic Quest The Sacrifice Available Now on PC
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Warframe's Cinematic Quest The Sacrifice Available Now on PC
In what promises to be a story where players can "learn the plight of The Lotus, Ballas, and the creation of the Warframes" comes the next chapter in the cinematic side of Warframe that reached a dramatic point thanks to excellent Chains of Harrow story. Naturally this is endgame stuff, and something Warframe fans have been waiting a long time for.

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Original Donkey Kong Comes to Nintendo Switch as Part of Arcade Archives
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Original Donkey Kong Comes to Nintendo Switch as Part of Arcade Archives
The original arcade version of Donkey Kong is something that up to now hasn't been officially released for home consoles - which makes this debut, of Mario-creator Shigeru Miyamoto's very first game as a designer something of a milestone. It comes as part of a new Arcade Archives series which looks to bring accurate arcade ports of classic titles.

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Rumour Watch 2018: NVIDIA GTX 1180 to Support 4K@144Hz and Launch July 30
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Rumour Watch 2018: NVIDIA GTX 1180 to Support 4K@144Hz and Launch July 30
Which would be the first-party Founders Edition of what many are calling the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1180 aka the successor to the 1080. With 4K HDR 120 - 144Hz GSYNC displays coming this year, it's being reported that the GTX 1180 will support the new HDMI 2.1 standard - as current 4K output tops out at 60Hz over a single cable.

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Devolver Digital's Big Fancy Press Conference 2018 Once Again Spoofs E3
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Devolver Digital's Big Fancy Press Conference 2018 Once Again Spoofs E3
In an over-the-top and hilarious way thanks to the announcement of Lootbox Coin that "has no actual value and by no means is to be considered cryptocurrency or a currency of any kind." Games were also previewed in between the cyrpto and mini-console madness, including the rather impressive duo of My Friend Pedro and SCUM.

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id Software's Tim Willits Notes That Rage 2 Will Not Feature Any Direct References to Mad Max
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id Software's Tim Willits Notes That Rage 2 Will Not Feature Any Direct References to Mad Max
2015's Mad Max was an open world action title developed by Avalanche Studios, who is currently hard at work developing RAGE 2 with id Software. With both titles sharing somewhat similar premises - in that each is based on a post-apocalyptic vision of the world. At a recent hands-on event in Sweden we posed the question to id Software's Tim Willits to find out if there was any cross-over or overlap in design.

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Dreams Astonishes as a Wild User-Friendly Complete Game Creation Tool
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Dreams Astonishes as a Wild User-Friendly Complete Game Creation Tool
Sony and Media Molecule's Dreams is an ambitious concept that we've see in the past but only recently have gotten to get a picture of. As part of a demonstration at PlayStation Live at E3, Media Molecule was on hand to showcase various players created dreams that range from 2D side-scrolling platformers, to space shooters, text adventures, and more.

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Steam Ending Windows XP and Vista Support on January 1, 2019
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Steam Ending Windows XP and Vista Support on January 1, 2019
And so sheds a tear for that one person who both loves and still uses Windows Vista whilst also staying up to date with the latest games on Steam. As for Windows XP, well it still has its rabid supporters - even though Windows 7 and 10 are better operating systems. But yeah, come January 1, 2019 - Steam will no longer support wither platform.

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