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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.

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...

Watch Dogs 2’s Human Conditions DLC Review: DEDSEC is back

While it was only a few months ago, the release of Watch Dogs 2 feels like a golden memory from far longer ago. Much...

I Am Setsuna Review: Sacrifice and chill

I Am Setsuna is a JRPG from Square Enix, developed by Tokyo RPG Factory. Despite the mass-production imagery this name might bring to mind,...

Dragon Quest VIII: Journey of the Cursed King: Review

These days, it’s a good time to be a Dragon Quest fan. Last year brought us an excellent complete ground-up remake of Dragon Quest...

Review: Yakuza 0

Unsurprisingly given its title, Yakuza 0 is a deeply Japanese game. The latest in the long-running series from Sega, it is also the earliest Yakuza...

E3 2019