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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: Harvest Moon: The Tale of Two Towns

The Harvest Moon series has been around for some time, first debuting on the Super Nintendo in 1996 and making appearances on most consoles...

Review: Tiny and Big: Grandpa’s Leftovers

Yet another title on my never-ending wishlist of indie titles has arrived, in the form of Tiny and Big: Grandpa's Leftovers. Luckily, I found...

Review: The Ratchet & Clank Trilogy

When I first got my PS2 (admittedly late in the game for the console), the original Ratchet & Clank trilogy of games were some...

Review: Quantum Conundrum

Recently I had the distinct pleasure of sitting down to play Quantum Conundrum, the new first-person puzzler developed by co-mastermind of Portal, Kim Swift....

Review: Batman: Arkham City “Harley Quinn’s Revenge” DLC

After many long months, lovers of Batman: Arkham City have a reason to return to their singeplayer game in the form of new DLC,...

CD Projekt Red teasing next project

As we enter the home stretch towards E3, it's time for all our favourite gaming companies to start dropping breadcrumbs leading to their Next...

Review: Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock

Okay, let's just get it out of the way - Doctor Who has not had a great history when it comes to video game...

Review: Fable Heroes

As common as arcade/DLC tie-in games are, I was honestly surprised when word of Fable Heroes arrived, only for the game itself to arrive...

Prototype 2 Review: New and improved?

The original Prototype took a lot of flak back in 2009 due to its (almost simultaneous) release alongside Sony's inFAMOUS for PS3. Both games...

Review: Journey

In the past few days since Journey’s release, I jokingly told fellow Stevivorites (Stevivorians? Stee-vivs? We need to sort this out ASAP) Trent and...

Review: Warp

I'll admit, I have been looking forward to Warp for a while. On my phone I have a list of Arcade and indie titles...

Review: Tales of the Abyss

Tales of the Abyss is one of the growing number of 3DS titles that have been ported and tweaked from other systems. Whilst Ocarina...

Review: Puddle

A recent arrival the Xbox Live Arcade and Playstation Network, Puddle is a physics-based puzzle game which revolves around a small quantity of liquid...

Review: Medieval Moves: Deadmund’s Quest

The PlayStation Move has not had a huge number of standout titles so far. There have been a few impressive titles, like Sports Champions...

Review: PUMA After Hours Athletes

PUMA: After Hours Athletes is a Playstation Move-centric outing for the PS3, providing three motion-controlled nighttime ‘sports’ for the casual player.  In a market...

Review: Rayman Origins

I remember playing Rayman 2 on not one, not two, but THREE completely separate gaming systems. I enjoyed it every time for its quirky...

Review: Ratchet & Clank: All 4 One

After a two-year absence, heroic duo Ratchet and Clank are back in All 4 One – and this time, they’ve made some friends. This...

Review: inFAMOUS 2 “Festival of Blood” DLC

Festival of Blood is an interesting piece of DLC that sets itself apart from the game it shares a common title with. Not requiring...

Review: Deus Ex: Human Revolution

I was a latecomer to the Deus Ex series. I grew up on consoles and, with very minimal PC gaming, it was only in...

Review: Dragon Age II “Mark of the Assassin” DLC

Dragon Age II's second major DLC outing is here and it goes by the name of "Mark of the Assassin". This instalment features Felicia...