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Matt Gosper

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aka Ponk – An Adelaide-based gay gamer who works for The Internet. Budding 'artist' and games-as-art believer, Writer of Things, and all-around geek. I'll beat you at Mario Kart, and lose to you in any shooter you can name.

Borderlands 3’s Calypso Twins are influencers gone bad

Borderlands 3's villains, The Calypso Twins, are heavily inspired by the social media and livestreaming influencers of today, Gearbox has told Stevivor. "When setting out...

Borderlands 3 battle royale will “never happen” says Gearbox

A Borderlands 3 battle royale mode isn't on the cards -- and never will be -- Gearbox recently confirmed with Stevivor. "To my knowledge, that will never...

Borderlands 3 Preview: Same-same, but different

Borderlands 3 expands the story of the Pandoran Vault Hunters and the Crimson Raiders and sees Lillith, Ellie, Claptrap and the rest of the...

Fire Emblem Three Houses Review: Horny for combat

It may have been 11 years since Radiant Dawn on the Wii, but the Fire Emblem series has finally found its way on to...

Team Sonic Racing Review: Chaos poorly controlled

It’s been a while since I last indulged in a kart racing game, so the arrival of Team Sonic Racing was a nice surprise....

Catch has absolutely no idea what a PS4 Pro costs

Update: A Catch representative has spoken to Stevivor regarding the situation. "These are sold by a third party marketplace seller," a representative confirmed with Stevivor....

Metro Exodus Review: Well, the weather outside is frightful

Metro Exodus is a game I’ve both looked forward to and completely forgotten. It’s no secret I love a post-apocalyptic world; if it’s an...

Assassin’s Creed Odyssey: Tips & tricks before you play

Assassin's Creed Odyssey is almost here, and we've a number of tips and tricks before you play. Don't worry -- we've kept spoilers to a...

Assassin’s Creed Odyssey Review: Greece lightning

Over the years, Assassin’s Creed has been a series beset by highs and lows, an ever-evolving set of mechanics and a metastory that rivals...

Yakuza Kiwami 2 Review: Have bike, will smash

The Yakuza series seems to be enjoying a Western-release renaissance over the last few years, with titles being both more visible and more popular....

Assassin’s Creed Rogue Remastered Review: Pirates once more

While gamers on Xbox One and PS4 were treated to a new, multiplayer experience in the form of Assassin's Creed: Unity back in 2014, Ubisoft Sofia...

Yakuza 6 Review: Crime Dad, now with added dad

The Yakuza series is one I have only become familiar with – and a fan of – through reviewing its recent releases. At its...

Razer Seiren Elite Review: Flashy features, demure package

Arriving at my doorstep recently was a package from Razer, a new gizmo for me to test out in my infinite wisdom as a...

Razer Blade Pro Review: Silence the bells and whistles

Over the last few weeks, there was been a monolith occupying my home in suburban Melbourne. It towers over all other devices, dwarfing them in...

LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2 Review: Blocky gameplay

It’s that time again! TT Games is ready to gift another LEGO title to us. This year’s outing is the (personally) much-awaited LEGO Marvel...

Horizon Zero Dawn The Frozen Wilds Review: Chilled out

Oddly enough, Horizon: Zero Dawn was a game I initially had trouble getting invested in. At its top level it had all the ingredients...

Monster Hunter Stories Review: Plot where there was not

Just over two years ago, I made my first foray into the Monster Hunter series with Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate – and quickly assumed...

Pyre Review: Victory through incineration

It’s been little while since we were last graced with a Supergiant game. Transistor was released in 2014, an excellent second outing after 2011’s...

RiME Review: Destroying crockery, one yell at a time

If there’s one thing I love, it’s a puzzler. If there’s one thing I hate, it’s a puzzler where I can’t follow the creator’s...

Persona 5 review: Anime high school never looked so good

I’ve been enamoured with the Persona series as a result of Persona 4 Golden. The deft mixing of psychology, daily teenage life and darker...