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Stuart Gollan

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From Amiga to Xbox One, Doom to Destiny, Megazone to Stevivor, I've been gaming through it all and have the (mental) scars to prove it. I love local multiplayer, collecting ridiculous Dreamcast peripherals, and Rocket League. Find me on Twitter @gollennium

Preview: Worms W.M.D.

Worms may enjoy the occasional round of golf or pinball but there is only one area they really shine: turn based warfare. Worms W.M.D....

Review: Prison Architect

From theme parks to suburban neighbourhoods, budding virtual architects of the last two decades have rarely had to deal with decisions heavier than where...

Analysing E3 2016: Sony – Keep the music playing

E3 2016 Analysis: Electronic Arts | Bethesda | Microsoft | Ubisoft | Sony Sony has been on a generational victory lap since June 2013 but this...

Analysing E3 2016: Ubisoft – The Smorgasboard

E3 2016 Analysis: Electronic Arts | Bethesda | Microsoft | Ubisoft | Sony Ubisoft cops a lot of flak for the “Ubisoft Game”, an open world...

Analysing E3 2016: Microsoft – If you can’t win, change the rules

E3 2016 Analysis: Electronic Arts | Bethesda | Microsoft | Ubisoft | Sony Microsoft has been attempting to shift the focus of this generation’s console war...

Analysing E3 2016: Bethesda – On a winner

E3 2016 Analysis: Electronic Arts | Bethesda | Microsoft | Ubisoft | Sony Last year Bethesda used their showcase to debut Fallout 4, devoting half of...

Analysing E3 2016: EA – The Circle of Life

E3 2016 Analysis: Electronic Arts | Bethesda | Microsoft | Ubisoft | Sony EA has had its dalliances with mobile gaming and free-to-play but at E3...

Overnight @ E3: News for Australians to wake up to

It's day two of E3 press conferences, and Microsoft, the PC Gaming Show and Ubisoft all took place overnight. Here's what Aussies slept through: Microsoft Xbox One...

E3 2016 predictions: Sure shots, long shots and cheap shots

It's almost time, boys and girls -- E3 press conferences kick off early Monday morning, Australian time. Ahead of the big reveals, Stevivor Editors...

Review: Total War: Warhammer

I sit on the Total War side of the church for this marriage made in heaven. I know little of the groom; I can’t...

Review: Ori and the Blind Forest Definitive Edition

Ori and the Blind Forest was one of those exclusive Xbox One titles used to really sell the system – and it worked, at...

Review: Rugby Challenge 3

It is sadly myth that William Webb Ellis invented the sport of rugby by picking up a football and running with it. Facts should...

One game at a time: Video games of the rugby codes (Part VI)

One Game at a Time is a long-standing mantra for sportsmen everywhere. It is sage advice on how to handle the stress of a...

Review: EA Sports UFC 2

The UFC has changed a lot in two years. EA Sports UFC arrived at a time where fighters could still wear shorts plastered with...

Review: Superhot

Superhot is taking bullet time to its logical conclusion: time only moves when you move. The game is one big close shave; bullets whiz...

One game at a time: Video games of the rugby codes (Part V)

One Game at a Time is a long-standing mantra for sportsmen everywhere. It is sage advice on how to handle the stress of a...

XCOM 2: When to attack the first alien base

XCOM 2 is a race against time. The aliens are constantly working towards a secret project and the best way to combat their progress...

XCOM 2: Tips you should know before playing

The early missions of XCOM 2's campaign are a tough slog. Your troops are weak, they panic at the slightest mishap and are extremely vulnerable...

One game at a time: Video games of the rugby codes (Part IV)

One Game at a Time is a long standing mantra for sportsmen everywhere. It is sage advice on how to handle the stress of...

The cost of a dream: Being priced out of virtual reality

After three days of positivity today was the day Oculus dropped the hammer, attaching a $600 USD price point to the future of video...

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