WolfEye Studios on its Debut Title, Weird West!
Taking you through an incredibly ambitious action-RPG with dark, eldritch themes and five unique character journeys in a dynamic world you shape with every action. This is Weird West...
Microsoft Flight Simulator still stands as one of the most impressive technical and artistic achievements we’ve seen to date. No matter if you’re playing on PC, Xbox Series X, or Xbox Series S.
Microsoft Flight Simulator Xbox Series X|S Review
Death's Door is a surprise hit from a small team who've poured their heart and souls into this Zelda-like. And it's glorious!
One of the Year's Best? Our Full Death's Door Review!
We sit down with Ripple Effect to talk about Battlefield Portal, the mode that brings classic maps, modes, and factions from 1942, Bad Company 2, and Battlefield 3
Battlefield 2042 Interview - Inside Battlefield Portal
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You Had Us at "Enjoy the Freedom of Fishing", Bandai Namco - New Tales of Arise Trailer Shows off its World Activities
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You Had Us at
To any regular reader of this site, you're probably pretty aware that I have a very, very passionate place for the Tales of series, and its anime-heavy delivery of JRPG silliness filled and trope-laden characters. Tales of Symphonia for the GameCube to this day, remains my all-time favourite JRPG. Which says a lot, really, when you consider how many there are out in the wild.

So it should come as no shock then that I'm eagerly awaiting Tales of Arise. And that eagerness has only hastened after watching today's new The Spirit of Adventure trailer.

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WolfEye Studios on Being an Indie Studio and Making Weird West a Bigger Game than Prey or Dishonored
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WolfEye Studios on Being an Indie Studio and Making Weird West a Bigger Game than Prey or Dishonored
WolfEye Studios' Raphael Colantonio recently spoke to us in-depth about the studio's inaugural title, Weird West which is now incredibly high on our 2021 "Most Wanted" list.

Among lengthy topics covered, was the studio's sense of freedom after having lived the AAA development life for more than a decade.

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PlayStation 5 Introduces M.2 SSD Storage Support... And It's a Bit of a Mess
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PlayStation 5 Introduces M.2 SSD Storage Support... And It's a Bit of a Mess
In that there are a number of restrictions and recommendations as to what drives can be used, meaning there might only be one or two you can get off the shelf in the entirety of Australia. Plus, it'll require a heatsink. Yeah, Sony has entered hardcore PC-builder territory here.

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Watch This - Black Book Launch Trailer
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Watch This - Black Book Launch Trailer
If this has missed your radar, we're here to let you know that Black Book, a "dark Slavic lore RPG", is closing in on release. After having its prologue out in the wild as a free experience for the game and its mechanics and presentation, which the team behind is happy to spruik a 94% positive reviews user average, they're about ready to unleash the full game on the world which features more than 20 hours of gameplay.

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New Back 4 Blood Open Beta Trailer is 37 Seconds of Undead Co-Op Chaos
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New Back 4 Blood Open Beta Trailer is 37 Seconds of Undead Co-Op Chaos
And it's glorious.

Going back to what it knows best, Turtle Rock's spiritual successor to the Left 4 Dead series, Back 4 Blood, is absolutely everything you could want from the undead brief at hand: Zombies. New types of zombies. Interesting player-characters (including undead). Weapons. And tight, mob-focused swarm-slash-horde combat. And it's not far off either, with an open-beta taking place in August, something the studio is celebrating today with a new trailer and a few open beta tidbits of information you can watch and learn after the jump.

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The Forgotten City is Out Now, The Skyrim Mod Turned Standalone Release
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The Forgotten City is Out Now, The Skyrim Mod Turned Standalone Release
Created by the small and passionate group Modern Storyteller, based right here in Australia. Available now on PC and Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S, The Forgotten City sees one of the most impressive Skyrim mods become an Unreal Engine powered standalone release. A story-driven tale set in an ancient Roman city that has you repeating a time loop to try and change the course of history.

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Xbox Games with Gold for August 2021 Reminds Us That It's Still Going Strong
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Xbox Games with Gold for August 2021 Reminds Us That It's Still Going Strong
When it comes to the world of Xbox it's hard not to talk about the sheer value of Xbox Game Pass. It is the "Netflix of Games" and offers up an entire library of titles both new and old. That said Microsoft's Games with Gold monthly freebie deals for Xbox Live subscribers is still a thing -- and for August 2021 there are a few gems included.

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PlayStation 5 Tops 10 Million Console Sales, Beating PS4's Pace Even With Shortages
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PlayStation 5 Tops 10 Million Console Sales, Beating PS4's Pace Even With Shortages
The PlayStation 5 had its global launch last November, but you might not know that if you walk into a JB hoping to find one. The global chip shortage that emerged last year has meant that PS5 consoles are still selling out as soon as they appear. But that hasn't stopped Sony reaching an important milestone earlier this month.

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PlayStation Plus Games for August 2021 Revealed
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PlayStation Plus Games for August 2021 Revealed
With a new trio of games coming August 3 for PlayStation Plus subscribers. Including the debut of Hunter’s Arena: Legends on both PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4 -- a new fantasy themed battle royale. Also coming... some plants, a few zombies, and a spot of tennis.

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Chernobylite Review - An Ambitious and Impressive Sci-Fi
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Chernobylite Review - An Ambitious and Impressive Sci-Fi
Set in and around modern-day Chernobyl, Chenrobylite presents a rather ambitious and impressive sci-fi tale full of twists, turns, and ambitious scope. Part survival, part horror, part choose-you-own-adventure, it's worth the trip into the Exclusion Zone.

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JBL Quantum 200 Wired Gaming Headset Review - Affordable and Comfortable
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JBL Quantum 200 Wired Gaming Headset Review - Affordable and Comfortable
JBL's foray into gaming has seen the audio giant make a decent splash, and with products that appeal to a variety of gamer types, with budgets to match. Especially in its Quantum range, which brings us to today's review of the affordable entry point gaming headset -- the JBL Quantum 200.

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A Total War Saga: TROY is Adding Mythical Beasts in a New Expansion
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A Total War Saga: TROY is Adding Mythical Beasts in a New Expansion
Called MYTHOS it's set to bring mythical beasts like the Cerberus, Griffin, Hydra, and ol-one eye himself the Cyclops to A Total War Saga: TROY -- adding a dose of fantasy and ancient Greek myth to historical entry in the Total War series.

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Mass Effect Legendary Edition Player Choices Revealed in New Infographic
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Mass Effect Legendary Edition Player Choices Revealed in New Infographic
And if you were expecting a bunch of Mass Effect Legendary Edition surprises, well, it turns out that the Commander Shepard's out there have continued the trend of being galactic goodies. And for some reason the majority (40%) chose being a Soldier over any sort of Biotic power.

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One of the Year's Best - Death's Door Review
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One of the Year's Best - Death's Door Review
So much so, we've spent maybe too long trying to 100% the damn thing, but that should only be seen as a good thing. Death's Door from Acid Nerve and Devolver Digital is exactly the kind of game many of us across the globe need right now, it's a wonderfully measured experience designed to brighten up your day, even if it is a little dark.

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Microsoft Flight Simulator Xbox Series X|S Review
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Microsoft Flight Simulator Xbox Series X|S Review
Microsoft Flight Simulator still stands as one of the most impressive technical and artistic achievements we’ve seen to date. And that’s no matter if you’re playing on PC, Xbox Series X, or Xbox Series S. And with its console debut here, it's more accessible than ever.

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MSI Clutch GM41 Lightweight Wireless Gaming Mouse Review
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MSI Clutch GM41 Lightweight Wireless Gaming Mouse Review
The modern gaming mouse is designed for exactly that, gaming. Easier said than done this means it needs to live up to needs of both a fast-paced competitive shooter in addition to being comfortable to hold. The new MSI Clutch GM41 Lightweight Wireless is certainly up the task, as we found out in our review.

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Gears 5 Developer The Coalition Has Put Together an Impressive Unreal Engine 5 Tech Demo
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Gears 5 Developer The Coalition Has Put Together an Impressive Unreal Engine 5 Tech Demo
With the upcoming Gears 6 set to make full use of Unreal Engine 5, as part of GDC 2021 developers The Coalition has put together a tech demo running on Xbox Series X hardware. Called "Alpha Point" it's not a game but a look at some of the detail, effects, lighting, and other goodies we can probably expect to see this generation.

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Xbox ANZ is Giving Away an Amazing Gaming Suitcase to Celebrate Microsoft Flight Simulator on Xbox
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Xbox ANZ is Giving Away an Amazing Gaming Suitcase to Celebrate Microsoft Flight Simulator on Xbox
And by amazing we mean it, with the custom powered July suitcase (that also looks like a console) featuring an Xbox Series S inside, an incredible portable USB-C display from ASUS, two controllers, and the cables you need to have a high-end portable Microsoft Flight Simulator experience.

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Fan-Requested Level Scaling is Coming to Assassin's Creed Valhalla this Week
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Fan-Requested Level Scaling is Coming to Assassin's Creed Valhalla this Week
Sometime Wednesday (AU) Assassin's Creed Valhalla will update with a much-requested feature in tow -- level scaling. This update will introduce five settings to choose from that will tailor the difficulty level of your experience moving forward, and is something of a precursor to bigger things coming soon.

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Aliens: Fireteam Elite - Hands-On Preview
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Aliens: Fireteam Elite - Hands-On Preview
Aliens: Fireteam Elite brings Left 4 Dead style co-op action to the classic 1986 film, and it certainly nails the look. But, is there more? We go hands-on with a preview build to bring you our report.

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