For two months, eight of the best League of Legends teams in Oceania battled it out in the very first Oceanic Pro League which was introduced by Riot Games early this year. The Chiefs eSports Club came out of the

Review: La-Mulana Ex

Originally released 10 years ago for the computer, La-Mulana was a 2D side scrolling platformer out of Japan that payed homage to those classic video games that were brutally hard. Now known as La-Mulana Ex, the game has been remade

With the closed beta for Heroes of the Storm kicking off a few weeks back, Stevivor sat down with Kaeo Milker, Lead Game Producer over at Blizzard Entertainment, to talk about how things are shaping up. Luke Lawrie, Stevivor: Heroes

I remember a few years back at E3 when everyone was talking about this game called Destiny that was being presented behind closed doors. We had seen it in action but still didn’t really know what it was – I

Review: NBA 2K15

The NBA 2K series is one I look forward to playing every year; in my opinion, it is the best sports series currently being developed. Its gameplay and presentation are always fantastic, but when you’re at the top it can be

Review: Driveclub

Racing titles always end up being showcased on new consoles to demonstrate the power of their hardware. Driveclub is one of the games that Sony is using to show what the PlayStation 4 is capable of, and its visuals are absolutely

With one of the biggest presences at the EB Games Expo this year in Sydney, Xbox Australia is showing off 21 games over in their very green booth. Last night, Stevivor staffers had a chance to check out some of the

As someone who does most of my gaming over on the PC, I can be quite particular about my setup. I recently picked up a new mouse that I used for a few hours, and then neatly packed it back

After getting acquainted with Sad Keanu, Stevivor got to sit down for a chat with The Sims 4 Producer Grahan Nardone. In this interview, Nardone talks of new features, almighty emotions, role-playing, construction and more. Luke Lawrie, Stevivor: Going into production

The clock has just ticked past 6 in the morning as Keanu slowly walks down the last set of stairs of his three story home. A motherlode of money has been put into this place. It’s been completely furnished from

Recently, Stevivor had a chance to play the Destiny first-look alpha (compared to Steve’s 20 minutes at E3) and experience a (bigger) small glimpse of what Bungie has lined up for gamers later this year.

Review: Watch Dogs

In the late 90s, one of America’s most infamous hackers was arrested and locked away in solitary confinement. At the time it was believed he could launch a nuclear missile by just whistling into a phone. While back then this notion may have seemed quite far-fetched, computer technology has become an integral part of everyday life, and with more devices becoming interconnected there are growing fears about what some people may be able to do if these systems were to fall into the wrong hands. Ubisoft’s latest title, Watch Dogs, takes this idea and puts players in control of a future where digital warfare is a scary place to be caught in the middle of.

When Diablo III was released in 2012, it quickly went from one of my most anticipated games that I wanted to play to my biggest disappointment for that year. The core characteristics that made Diablo fun were mostly gone; the loot system became a sideshow and the auction house took centre stage. Why adventure through dungeons looking for amazing gear when you could press the escape button and search the online auction house for equipment that is far more superior to anything you’ll be able to find along your travels. It broke the game and stopped it from being enjoyable. Blizzard listened to the complaints from the community and a number of big changes have been implemented to coincide with the release of the first expansion for Diablo III, Reaper of Souls.

Upon looking back on the Wolfenstein series we can see it has been a major influence on the way video games have been shaped over the years. Wolfenstein 3D is widely regarded as the title that popularised the first-person shooter genre, and then a decade later Return to Castle Wolfenstein and Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory continued to make a huge impact in the online multiplayer space.

With the return of Sam Fisher in Splinter Cell: Blacklist comes yet another explosive Tom Clancy story you would expect to see attached to his name. A terrorist group known as The Engineers begin a countdown which will see them

As one of Australia’s most successful eSports players Andrew “mOOnGLaDe” Pender has represented the country a number of times in StarCraft 2. His most recent trips to the United States saw him compete in the 2013 World Championship Series America