Posts From Matt Gosper

Continuing our discussion with Deus Ex’s Executive Narrative Director, Mary DeMarle, Stevivor dived into the topic of current protagonist Adam Jensen, and the landscape before him in his new title. Two years after the events of Human Revolution, Mankind Divided

While speaking with Deus Ex’ Executive Narrative Director, Mary DeMarle, and Brand Manager, Rodney Lelu, at PAX AUS recently, the pair all but confirmed that a developer commentary will be included with Deus Ex: Mankind Divided. We asked the pair about the

Review: Anno 2205

The year is 2205. A hundred years ago humanity set out for lunar colonisation, but this expansion was soon cut short in the face of our greedy exploitation of its resources. Now, mankind has truly done a number on the

During the constant sensory tornado that is PAX Australia, Stevivor had the chance to step into a quiet room for a chat with Mary DeMarle, Executive Narrative Director of the Deus Ex franchise. Having joined the team under this role for

Speaking with Mary DeMarle, Executive Narrative Director for the Deus Ex franchise, at PAX Australia, we had the chance to see if the choice you made at the end of Human Revolution actually matters in the upcoming Mankind Divided. Adam Jensen’s previous outing in

Wasteland 2 is the latest game to be given the re-release treatment. This time around, developer inXile has beefed up their game for current-gen by adding rebuild character and level textures, revamped voice-over work and a new perk and revised combat

If there’s one thing Ubisoft has taught us over the years, it’s that history is full of people who need a good stabbing. The latest Assassin’s Creed, Syndicate, sends us to Victorian-era London to take on the Templars as twin Assassins

It’s not a secret that I’m a fan of the Tales series of RPGs. While Final Fantasy was and always will be my first JRPG love, it has moved further and further from its original roots. Meanwhile, Tales has clung much

Dragon Quest Heroes, burdened with the ridiculous subtitle of The World Tree’s Woe and the Blight Below, is the latest Samurai Warriors-styled game from Omega Force (inspired by yet another property, but I digress…). It’s a new strategy for the

Having been away from Geralt’s world for a while now, it was surprisingly easy to slip back into his shoes for The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt’s first true expansion, “Hearts of Stone”. After 16 free DLC instalments of varying flavours,

Animal Crossing: New Leaf was a terrible plague that consumed my life and that of my friends, and I loved every minute of it. Slowly collecting scattered pieces of furniture and curating my town to keep the villagers I liked (and

When it comes to Japanese RPGs, I’ve been on a slippery slope the last few years. My love of RPGs in general worked in concert with Tumblr’s love of the Persona series to lead me to Persona 4 Golden. My

Last week, Bioware officially brought the Inquisition’s story to a close with Dragon Age: Inquisition’s final story DLC, titled “Trespasser”. Set two years after the conclusion of the main story, “Trespasser” sees the Inquisitor and their independent army finally overstaying their welcome in

Super Mario Maker represents another case of Nintendo trying something a little bit new. At this point, Mario and his games are an almost universal brand. Everyone knows how the games work, how their levels are laid out and how

Tearaway Unfolded is a different kind of remake or remastering. Actually a better word would be remix. Yes, it’s been remade for PS4. Yes it displays in 1080p and runs at 60fps. Yes there is new content. But in reality this