We Go Hands-On with the Nintendo Switch!
After the reveal we got the chance to get up close and personal with the Switch, play some Zelda, and get our Joy-Con on.
Wishing you a happy holiday for 2016. Plus, we pick some games that you should be playing over the break.
Happy Holidays from AusGamers!
We take to the slopes to totally tear up some powder in our radical boards of snow to bring you this review. Snowboards. Ahem.
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We go Hands-On with Sniper Elite 4
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We go Hands-On with Sniper Elite 4
There's killing time, and then there's killing time. In my review for Sniper Elite 3 I extolled the virtues of pissing away minutes setting up the perfect testicle shot, and how for all its faults Sniper Elite 3 was a brilliant game because of it. Read More
Halo Wars 2: Blitz Beta Available Now for Xbox One and Windows 10
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Halo Wars 2: Blitz Beta Available Now for Xbox One and Windows 10
Until January 30 Microsoft are offering up a new Halo Wars 2 multiplayer beta, this time focusing on a mode called Blitz that aims to "card-based strategy with explosive combat." In real world terms that means armies are deployed around specific cards in a player's deck that eliminates the usual preparation phase one normally associates with RTS combat.

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Micro Machines World Series Announced!
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Micro Machines World Series Announced!
And we're pretty excited about this. Mainly because we have fond memories of playing both the NES and SNES versions of Micro Machines, both brilliant multiplayer games. Plus, it's just plain fun to race around in tiny cars dodging cutlery and cereal. And with the announcement of Micro Machines World Series for PS4, Xbox One, and PC, we're hoping that it remains true to the series' roots. And that's because all we've got so far is a slick CG trailer.

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Watch This - 20 Minutes of Ghost Recon: Wildlands' Single-Player
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Watch This - 20 Minutes of Ghost Recon: Wildlands' Single-Player
Ubisoft's Ghost Recon: Wildlands offers up a massive open world co-op experience where players will get to team up to take down drug cartels. But, the game can also be played solo. And in the latest look at gameplay we get a decent chunk of single-player stuff that includes a run and gun style mission, taking to the skies to show off the open-world, and finally a stealthy take-down of an installation.

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The Division's Next Expansion, 'Last Stand', Adds 8v8 Objective-Based PvP
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The Division's Next Expansion, 'Last Stand', Adds 8v8 Objective-Based PvP
Plus, an expanded Dark Zone as part of a larger 1.6 update coming to the game. The third and hopefully not final bit of The Division content, 'Last Stand', looks to expand on the game's PvP offering by adding a separate objective-based mode where players a thrown into an instanced version of the Dark Zone and tasked with retrieving important data.

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Ubisoft Looking to Try Again with The Division: The Movie
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Ubisoft Looking to Try Again with The Division: The Movie
Assassin's Creed: The Major Motion Picture was savaged by a lot of critics when it was released this past December. It currently sits at 17% over at Rotten Tomatoes, making it yet another failed video game to movie experiment. Naturally, it has its fans (like all duds) -- but you get the picture. And as the hit R&B song from the '90s goes, "If at first you don't succeed, dust yourself off and try again." Which is what Ubisoft is looking to do, as today they've tapped Hollywood heavyweight Stephen Gaghan to write and direct the upcoming 'The Divsion: The Movie.'

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Long War 2, the Total Conversion Mod for XCOM 2, is Available Now
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Long War 2, the Total Conversion Mod for XCOM 2, is Available Now
Long War 2, the total conversion mod for XCOM 2, is available now and comes from developer Pavonis Interactive with the full blessing of both Firaxis and 2K Games. Long War 2 offers considerable changes to the core experience with a number of new mission types, a new soldier class, plus several changes to enemy tactics and more. So if you're of the opinion that the already excellent XCOM 2 could use an extra dose of strategy, difficulty, and complexity, then Long War 2 is for you.

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Virtual Tabletop - Might & Magic SHOWDOWN Announced and Available Now via Steam Early Access
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Virtual Tabletop - Might & Magic SHOWDOWN Announced and Available Now via Steam Early Access
Ubisoft's Might & Magic series has been around for longer than we can remember, and has seen so many different entries that it even rivals Ultima in the roman numeral stakes. And today comes the announcement of a new entry, Might & Magic Showdown. A game that looks to takes the series in a new direction -- that of the world of tabletop figures. And the painting of said figures. And the battling of said figures. This actually looks pretty cool, especially for those out there that dabble in tabletop gaming.

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New Thimbleweed Park Trailer Gives Us a Glimpse at the World of this New LucasArts Style Graphic Adventure
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New Thimbleweed Park Trailer Gives Us a Glimpse at the World of this New LucasArts Style Graphic Adventure
A new graphic adventure game from Ron Gilbert and Gary Winnick, the creators of Maniac Mansion, is certainly something to look forward to. And with a release date of 'early 2017', we hopefully don't have long to wait until Thimbleweed Park hits our screens. The latest trailer, featuring narration from one of the playable characters in the game -- the crude clown Ransome -- definitely captures the look and feel of classic LucasArts titles.

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Yooka-Laylee Getting Multiplayer Modes Including Arcade Games and Co-op
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Yooka-Laylee Getting Multiplayer Modes Including Arcade Games and Co-op
Out April 11, Banjo Kazooie spiritual successor Yooka-Laylee is certainly one of our most anticipated game releases of 2017. You can chalk that up to a affinity for '90s 3D platformers, especially those that came from Rare. In addition to the single-player campaign, developer Playtonic Games is also bringing a number of multiplayer modes to Yooka-Laylee. And in typical Banjo fashion they'll be tied to the in-game Rextro's Arcade location.

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