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Matt Gosper

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aka Ponk – a Melburnian gay gamer who works with snail mail. Enthusiastically keeping a finger in every pie of the games industry. I'll beat you at Mario Kart, and lose to you in any shooter you can name.

Review: Headmaster

Another of the launch titles for PlayStation VR, Headmaster simplifies your virtual reality experience to a single mechanic. Forgoing the use of any controllers,...

Preview: Watch Dogs 2

With scant few weeks before Watch Dogs 2 hits store shelves, Stevivor was invited to San Francisco to preview Ubisoft's latest. With Aiden Pearce's story...

Review: Job Simulator

Job Simulator was a game I was really hoping to see make it to PlayStation VR. Being one of those games that sat on...

Review: Clustertruck

Sometimes, you get a game that you’ll play for hours and hours because it has a rich and engrossing narrative. Other times, you’ll play...

Review: Virginia

Virginia is one of those games that can, without sarcasm, be referred to as a ‘narrative experience’. Following a newly-recruited FBI agent, it's based...

Review: LucidSound LS30 Headphones

As a privileged guy with my own gaming space, it’s not often I have any concerns about being too noisy when gaming. Coupled with...

Review: God Eater 2: Rage Burst

God Eater 2 is the latest in a trend of Japanese games being released for a western audience in an updated or remastered form....

Review: ReCore

With its announcement at last year's E3, ReCore instantly excited me over two key points: an interesting mechanic and a protagonist who isn’t a straight, white,...

Preview: Clockwork

Currently in the works at Gamesoft, Clockwork is an indie title that pushes a number of my gamer buttons: steampunk, non-human characters, platforming and...

Review: Bound

Santa Monica Studio has brought a varied range of titles to PlayStation platforms over the years. Flower, Journey and Sound Shapes sit in its roster...

Review: Battleship

I think for this particular review, I can skip the preamble where I introduce what the game is. If you’ve ever spent time with...

Review: ABZÛ

ABZÛ is the latest experimental game to arrive on the PlayStation platform, and the first title released by Giant Squid Studios. The studio was...

Review: The Technomancer

The Technomancer is the latest title from French developer Spiders, and marks a return to the world of its 2013 title, Mars: War Logs. Mars...

Review: Fire Emblem Fates: Revelation

At its core, Fire Emblem Fates is a game about duality. As your avatar, Corrin is a character stuck in the midst of a...

Review: Fire Emblem Fates: Conquest

Welcome to part two of our Fire Emblem Fates coverage! Last week’s review covered the Birthright version and the overall premise of the games --...

Review: Fire Emblem Fates: Birthright

Prior to Fire Emblem Awakening, I was totally disconnected from the Fire Emblem franchise. After playing, I realised it opened a whole new branch of...

Review: Quantum Break

In all honesty, I wasn’t sure about Quantum Break when it was first announced. Developed by Remedy, the minds behind Alan Wake and Max Payne? Great....

Review: Bravely Second: End Layer

Three years ago, English-speaking markets saw a minor miracle when Square Enix decided to release Bravely Default, an RPG drawing from the Final Fantasy...

Review: Gravity Rush Remastered

Gravity Rush is a game that quite a few Vita gamers are likely to be familiar with, given its extended tenure as one of...

Stevivor’s GOTY 2015: Matt’s picks

That’s right, boys and girls! It’s the end of the year so it’s time for my annual and totally not brand new review of...