The lead up to holiday 2016 is not disappointing. No matter your platform of choice, November is certain to offer you up a game or two. Here’s what to expect over November 2016 here in Australia*: Call of Duty: Infinite

The Coalition today confirmed that two Gears of War 3 maps will be made available inside Gears of War 4 next month. From tomorrow, 1 November, both “Drydock” and “Checkout” will be available to those with the game’s “Season Pass”. The maps

When Neil Armstrong first set foot on the Moon and uttered those famous words heard all around the world, he was wearing Plantronics hardware. Needless to say, these guys know a thing or two about audio and communication. The RIG400HX

This is an amended version of our original Skyrim review, first posted on 28 November 2011. Picture Fallout 3. No, not the shambles that was New Vegas — I mean the GOOD Fallout, 3. Ditch most (well, a bunch) of its weird bugs,

Gamers in Myanmar have had access to EA’s Origin service blocked since September. Originally instituted by EA after US laws banned offering services to select countries, that decision hasn’t been effect since 7 October. EA says it’s not “working to

Batman: Arkham Origins‘ online services will be retired in early December, it was announced over the weekend. “As of December 4, 2016, the online services portion of Batman: Arkham Origins will be retired,” the game’s Steam page reads. “We thank

Final Fantasy XV will receive an online, c0-op multiplayer mode… for a fee. Announced late last week, the new online mode will be available paid add-on called “Comrades”. The content will be sold as a separate DLC pack or as

505 Games has confirmed that ABZÛ will head to Windows PC and Xbox One in January 2017. ABZÛ will be priced at $19.99 on both platforms. Already available on PS4, we reviewed ABZÛ here.

Journalist Emily Rogers cites sources who allege that the Nintendo Switch will sport 4GB of RAM. It was already known that Switch dev kits had 4GB RAM, but Rogers says that retail consoles will have the same. Alright. I have

Speaking with Japanese site AV Watch, Sony’s Mark Cerny says PS4 Pro support will take 1% more effort from developers. That figure is Sony’s goal, Cerny, the company’s System Architect, affirmed. The PS4 Pro hits store shelves on 10 November.

Hello Games’ Twitter account posted that “No Man’s Sky was a mistake”, with the developer then explaining the social media post in a number of contradicting ways. The initial tweet was posted at 5:48 am PST on 28 October: When

Review: Pixel Gear

Before cameras and wands buried the genre of novelty controls, single purpose peripherals had some great moments. Fishing rods, bongo sets, maracas, 40 button mech cockpits and king of them all, light guns. Oasis Games wants in on the necromancy Oculus,

I’m a long-time fan of the Civilization franchise, so please don’t take this as an insult: I’ve lovingly followed a franchise that’s mostly stayed the same over the last 25 years. With some tweaks under (and over) the hood, I

Since I was a little tyke, I’ve been a fan of horror. The first film I ever saw in the genre was a late night rerun of A Nightmare On Elm Street as a 10-year-old. The gruesome escapades of Freddy Krueger

Superhypercube is my favourite game of the PlayStation VR launch. It is the game I continue to come back to, the game that leaves me weary from ducking and weaving around neon shapes for hours at a time. I want

Star Trek: Online‘s celebrated one month on PS4 and Xbox One by unleashing a barrage of stats upon players. Perfect World and Cryptic say that 1.1 million users have taken up the game on consoles, with 59% playing as Command