Chernobylite blends RPG progression, survival mechanics, exploration, and horror and wraps it all up in an ambitious tale set in the Exclusion Zone.
Chernobylite Review - An Impressive Sci-Fi Tale
We take Razer's Barracuda X headset for the review spin. Is this a solution for all your devices?
Wireless Goes Multi-Platform - Our Razer Barracuda X Review!
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!
Skate 2 Review (Score: 7.8/10)
PS3
Review by Steve Farrelly @ 30th January, 2009
Skate 2 continues the Flickit revolution but adds perhaps a little too much on the wrong side of what was already an awesome formula. But, as with the first game, Free Skate is where the bread and butter of fun and gameplay is here, so if you like to chill and roll around the streets tearing it up, EA might just have something for you...
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Review by Steve Farrelly @ 27th January, 2009
Lord of the Rings Conquest takes the Dynasty Warriors formula and applies it to Middle-Earth. Hordes of orcs, men and elves (among others) now face off against each other, but is it a faithful expansion of the epic battles found within Peter Jackson's trilogy? Not likely...
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Review by Steve Farrelly @ 10th December, 2008
A teaming up of characters from two once respected licenes, the DC Universe and Mortal Kombat in a fighting game might have seemed like a good idea, but the end result is a game that looks and feels out-of-date already...
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Prince of Persia Review (Score: 7.5/10)
XBOX360
Review by Steve Farrelly @ 8th December, 2008
An all-new Prince of Persia with a revamped art style utilising the Assassin's Creed engine might sound like a great idea on paper, but what Ubisoft Montreal have delivered here is a beautiful tech-demo. The game is empty and falls short of ultimately engaging the player. It's still fun, but fundamentally lacking in many, many areas...
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Left 4 Dead Review (Score: 9.3/10)
XBOX360
Review by Steve Farrelly @ 28th November, 2008
Fast running, hungry, angry zombies are the order of the day in your new favourite cooperative gameplay experience. Left 4 Dead takes the best elements from horror and zombie movies and crafts a multiplayer game more than worth the price of admission thanks to asymmetrical design, and pure fast-paced intensity...
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Midnight Club LA Review (Score: 8.9/10)
PS3
Review by Steve Farrelly @ 26th November, 2008
A stunning game that recreates LA with great success. Plenty of cars, race modes and customisation options will keep players busy for a long time to come, provided they can deal with heightened element of challenge...
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Review by Steve Farrelly @ 24th November, 2008
Combining disaster movies, action, romance and the cheesiest dialogue this side of any Michael Bay movie with various Wii interactions was actually a pretty good idea on Nintendo's part. Unfortunately Disaster: Day of Crisis is a constant reminder Nintendo needs to take the core gamer more seriously...
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Review by Dan @ 20th November, 2008
Tomb Raider Underworld is another fine addition to the restored Lara Croft franchise - a worthwhile purchase for anyone that enjoys third person action-puzzle type games and a no hesitation recommendation for anyone that's ever enjoyed a Tomb Raider game in the past.
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Review by Steve Farrelly @ 19th November, 2008
Back to WWII but definitely not back to square one. Call of Duty: World At War takes the incredibly solid foundations of last year's Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and builds upon them in various ways. It's stuff we've seen before, but a lot of it is definitely worth reliving omce again. And with a solid multiplayer and Zombie Nazis to tackle, this disc will be spinning in your platform of choice for quite a while to come...
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Mirror's Edge Review (Score: 8.3/10)
PS3
Review by Steve Farrelly @ 17th November, 2008
Mirror's Edge tries many new things and equally gets many of them right. However, there is a painful element of trial and error involved, but if you can stand to deal with contanstly replaying portions of a game over and over, there's an ironically refreshing game here. for more info check out our review...
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Review by Steve Farrelly @ 14th November, 2008
Sequel to one of the PS3's major launch titles, MotorStorm: Pacific Rift takes things from the arid dersert to the rain-drenched greens of an undisclosed island in the Pacific. Sandy beaches, rainforests and volcanic cliff-tops await the daring and brave, alongside an all-new vehicle class: Monster Trucks. Does Pacific Rift shift things enough to top its predecessor though? Check out our review to find out...
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Review by Dan @ 11th November, 2008
Rock Band is the first new product from Guitar Hero 1 and 2 creators Harmonix since they parted ways with Activision and sailed over to Electronic Arts. How does it stack up against Activision's latest Guitar Hero title? Find out in AusGamers head to head compartitive review.
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Review by Dan @ 11th November, 2008
Guitar Hero World Tour continues the evolution of the Activision's hugely successful series which has seen continued development by NeverSoft. This holiday season see's the games Australian release going head to head with a new player in the rhythm game genre - EA's Rock Band. We put both games head to head to find out which one is more deserving of your holiday dollar. Read on for all the details.
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Fallout 3 Review (Score: 9.5/10)
XBOX360
Review by Steve Farrelly @ 10th November, 2008
There are definitely a few gripes we have with Fallout 3, but they're not necessarily strong enough to dwarf what Bethesda have crafted here. Fallout 3 is one of the most thoughtful, expressive games in a long time. It lacks in some key areas it would be great to see Bethesda broaching as part of their design methods, but we just can't get angry when there're so many mutant zombie heads to explode...
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Review by Steve Farrelly @ 5th November, 2008
Another Spider-man game gone wrong through an utter mismanagement of the character, lore and history. Swinging around is certainly a lot of fun alongside the crazy combo system, but these elements alone just aren;t enough to save Your Friendly Neigbourhood Spider-man from sheer disappointment. One down, on to the next one...
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