The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild on Wii U was a memorable highlight at E3 2015. I vaguely recall throwing around “mind-blowing” and something about Nintendo needing to pry the GamePad away from my jittery hands. In the daze

Switch previews: Is it a day one purchase? | Is it worth upgrading from Wii U? After three bustling hours hands-on, Nintendo has sold me on the Switch hardware – it’s a groundbreaking handheld system – but failed to impress with

After a small tease last year, Nintendo is finally ready to completely unveil Switch this week. Much of what is likely to be announced has already been leaked, and heavily speculated upon, but there’s still so much we don’t know.

And now, the exciting conclusion to our Game of the Year podcast! Ben, Shane, Steve and Tano duke it out over games released in the latter half of 2016. Missed the first half? It’s right here. Remember to post comments

The PlayStation Store’s 12 Days of Christmas Sale is about to come to an end, but Sony has kept the ball rolling by launching the massive January Sale a little early. In total, 716 games, add-ons and movies are discounted

Ben’s back in Melbourne, so that means it’s time for another action-packed episode of The Friendly Fire Show! This week, in part one of our Game of the Year special, Ben, Shane, Steve and Tano break down the year’s biggest

Don Bradman Cricket 17 builds upon its impressive debut last-generation with a greater emphasis on a deeper career mode, and a wider sandbox to customise all things cricket. Despite being one of the world’s most popular sports, game duties have

UPDATE: Don Bradman Cricket 17 has had its release date moved forward a week, and will now launch on December 16 for Xbox One and PlayStation 4 (December 15 in some international markets). It will be available both physically and digitally from the

GameCube games are finally coming to Virtual Console on Switch, if a reliable rumour is to be believed. We’re excited to be getting some early-2000s classics for the first time as digital downloads on Switch (others, like Super Mario Bros., we

There has been a lot of commotion about retail game sales being down in 2016. Excuses, valid reasons and far-fetched musings have run rampant, but there could be a few simple explanations to explain the current downturn. With the rise

Review: Dishonored 2

Arkane Studios bucked the trend of sequels and bankable imitations to deliver something truly unique with Dishonored in 2012. The steampunk shooter gave as much scope to play as a ruthless killer as an opportunist wizard of the supernatural or

Dishonored 2 is broken up into distinctive missions, each set in a unique location away from the hub of Karnaca. If you want a rough idea of how far you’ve progressed into the narrative, here’s a spoiler free count. In

I don’t quite know what to make of Infinite Warfare. By committing to sci-fi and embracing the larger-than-life lunacy that’s slowly been creeping in, it features the series’ finest campaign this generation; but with uninspired and frankly inferior mechanics, it

Powered by an intuitive control scheme, Steep is going to be a hard game to master, and it doesn’t shy away from its intrinsic challenge. There’s no easy mode or handholding, but there are plenty of second chances. You’re going

PAX AUS has brought Stevivor and FenixBazaar together again for another episode of the Friendly Fire Show! Steve, Tano and Ben are joined by Luke Lawrie of Stevivor and The G.A. Podcast. The three talk PAX, the Nintendo Switch, Bethesda’s

Xbox’s Larry ‘Major Nelson’ Hryb joined Stevivor’s Ben Salter and Steve Wright over PAX AUS this weekend to discuss our fair country, Xbox, Achievements and even the upcoming American election. No, really. Have a listen! This special edition of the