Life is Strange: Before the Storm looks to deliver a more intimate character-driven story about the power of teenage girls without the need of nuclear supernatural powers. The three-part prequel to the first season of Dontnod Entertainment’s narrative adventure strips

Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor is one of my favourite games of the past few years. It organically blended the free running and assassination mechanics from Ubisoft’s open world games, a counter-based combat system akin to Rocksteady’s Arkham series and its own

Super Lucky’s Tale is a Microsoft-exclusive 3D platformer and celebration of past beloved platforming traditions. The developers at Playful grew up loving Super Mario 64, Banjo-Kazooie and Crash Bandicoot, and found their experienced has helped them in designing a game

I have spent a disgusting amount of time playing Destiny. This is a fact that I’m proud of in some circles… and also, something I won’t mention in certain company. There’s a stigma that follows the first game, and rightly

The Indoorsman is your podcast guide to the great indoors. Every week (probably), Stevivor Senior Editor Matt Gosper is joined by co-host Cliff to talk about various nerd nonsense (maybe) to entertain you (hopefully). Podcast: Download Subscribe: iTunes |

On this episode of The GAP Luke Lawrie(Stevivor) and Joab Gilroy(Red Bull Games) have had some late nights and early mornings with all the things going on around E3 week. But first they talk about the games they’ve been playing

E3 2018 has been confirmed for 12-14 June 2018 at the Los Angeles Convention Centre. As the ESA is wont to do, a sign was placed at E3 2017’s exits advising of next year’s offering. PlayStation Australia shared one such

Blearly-eyed and hopeful, we finished up the last of the E3 2017 press conferences with Nintendo, and the publisher certainly delivered. The Switch-focused show brought new glimpses at already-announced games alongside a heavy helping of new titles. Here’s what you

Nintendo is the final first-party publisher to host, fittingly, the final E3 2017 press conference of the year. Are you hoping to see a lot of Switch games, or a lot of 3DS ones instead? Maybe a 50/50 split of

Sony’s E3 2017 press conference has concluded, and we’ve all the first- and third-party news bundled in one convenient place for you, dear reader. Here’s what you may have missed: First-party Days Gone: New gameplay shown at E3 Detroit: Become

Sony is the second first-party publisher to host its E3 2017 press conference. Expect a bunch of games to detract from Microsoft’s Project Scorpio. You can watch Sony’s press conference live, below. Time and date WA: 9.00 am (13 June) SA,

Ubisoft’s 2016 press conference felt like the last remnant of a bygone era; two long hours of celebrity guests and interviews, extended developer monologues, awkward dancing and one or two of the cringe moments E3 showcases had become famous for.

Ubisoft is the next third-party publisher to host its E3 2017 press conference. Don’t you think it’s about time that the publisher confirm Assassin’s Creed: Origins and Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle? You can watch Ubisoft’s press conference live, below. Time and

Neither publisher- nor developer-driven, the PC Gaming Show aims to spotlight a specific platform over E3 2017 instead: the good ol’ PC. You can watch the PC Gaming Show live, below. Time and date WA: 1.00 am (13 June) SA,

In its first two E3 showcases Bethesda has relied on an extended demo of its upcoming tentpole release to anchor the show. In 2015 that was Fallout 4, last year it was Dishonored 2. In 2017 that honour fell upon

Microsoft has made its opening arguments for Scorpio, now designated the Xbox One X. It was a solid sales pitch but one that did not immediately justify the $649 AUD price tag placed on the hardware. Microsoft is planning much