Tag Archive: gaming

Top 10 Classic Point-n-Click Adventures

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Back in the good ol’ days when gaming was primitive (the 1990s) there was a large and popular genre called ‘point-n-click’ adventure games. They were simple fare, forsaking action and speed for slower… Continue reading

Video Game Review: ‘The Walking Dead: Episode 1’

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Publisher: Telltale Platforms: PSN, XBLA, Steam (only available on Steam in Australia) The Walking Dead has, in the past two years, found itself becoming a household name. Beginning as an indie comic written… Continue reading

Best of Geekery: Why Gamers Have a Public Image Problem

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Once again Australian gamers have been left without a game the rest of the world has been enjoying. This time around it was the downloadable game based on ‘The Walking Dead’ that has… Continue reading

First Impressions Review: FEZ

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By Hedge Fez by Polytron After about six hundred years of waiting, mind-bending puzzle platformer Fez has finally been released on Xbox Live Arcade. I spent a brief time with it over the weekend, enough to… Continue reading

Games From the Bargin Bin: Saints Row 2

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When ‘Saints Row 2’ was leading up to it’s release a couple of years ago it got plenty of attention and positive reviews yet it didn’t grab my attention enough to put down… Continue reading

Casting Call: Mass Effect

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With Mass Effect 3 finding it’s way into the hands of millions of fans around the globe soon I decided to bring the SciFi epic to our Casting Column.  A Mass Effect movie… Continue reading

What We Want From ‘Assassin’s Creed III’

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So a new Assassin’s Creed game has been announced. This is not, of course, news since it contains all the predictability of the sun rising. There has been a new games released into… Continue reading

Assassins Creed III – First Look (Update 2)

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The world is aflutter with the recent revelation, or confirmation if you’ve been paying particularly close attention, that the third game in the Assassins Creed series (yes, third, because brotherhood and revelations do… Continue reading

Games from the Bargain Bin: ‘Dante’s Inferno’

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Dante’s Inferno was a much hyped game released in early 2010. With an extensive and big budget marketing campaign the game launched to reviews that called it decent, but not great, sending it… Continue reading

10 Reasons ‘Arkham City’ is the Best Game of 2011

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I’ve barely touched another game since Batman: Arkham City came out. The debate about Modern Warfare 3 vs. Battlefield 3 entirely passed by this house without getting a look in. I didn’t even… Continue reading