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In-depth: Why Disney Infinity 2.0: Marvel Super Heroes is more than just DLC

I'm sure I went a bit white when John Day, Producer of Disney Infinity 2.0: Marvel Super Heroes, asked me, "You know what a...

Friendly Fire Show 064.5: Producer John Day on Disney Infinity 2.0: Marvel Super Heroes

While the boys take a bit of a break, Steve thought he'd share his interview with John Day, Producer of Disney Infinity 2.0: Marvel Super...

Interview: Director Tai Yasue on Kingdom Hearts HD 2.5 Remix

Stevivor was fortunate enough to sit down and talk with Tai Yasue, the Co-director of Kingdom Hearts HD 2.5 Remix and the upcoming Kingdom...

Get Hulu Plus, Netflix, ESPN and more on your Australian Xbox One and PS4

You'd pay for things rather than pirate them, right? Australia has the biggest piracy numbers in all the world, but that's most likely due...

In-Depth at E3: Pillars of Eternity

Obsidian Entertainment is delving into an expanding niche market I was unaware of until recently with Pillars of Eternity. It’s old school and that’s the point,...

WIN: Destiny beta codes on Xbox One

Just like on PS4, we've got a number of extra Xbox One Destiny beta codes that we're happy to give away to our readers. To win, just...

In-Depth at E3: Tom Clancy’s The Division

The post-apocalyptic setting has been an overused staple in video games for a long time, but somehow I still find The Divsion's premise interesting....

Diversity in video games: Nope, you’re complaining wrong too

My original opinion piece yesterday has made for an interesting 24 hours. My intent, as a grown adult -- and, as it's been pointed...

WIN: Destiny beta codes on PS4

After a Destiny beta code for PS4? We've a couple around the office to give away. Entering is easy -- comment on THIS post (not...

Diversity in video games: Nope, you’re complaining wrong

I've been involved in some discussions about diversity in video games as of late, and it's really gotten me thinking. First off, let me say...

Coming Out Simulator 2014: Things can be dark before they get better

After playing Coming Out Simulator 2014, I once again realise how awesome my parents were when I came out. Not everyone is as lucky. It's been...

In-Depth at E3: Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain

The Metal Gear Solid franchise has well and truly solidified its place among the pantheon of gaming greats. The series remains in the upper echelon of...

In-depth at E3: Tales of Xillia 2

If you have read my Tales of Xillia review, you’ll know I absolutely loved it and scored it a 9.5. That’s still the highest...

In-depth at E3: Nero

Indie studio Storm In a Teacup is working on a new way to play a story puzzler, calling their game Nero a “next-gen visual novel”. I...

In-depth at E3: Dead Island 2

Dead Island 2 is the first game to motion capture a cat. True story. As awesome sounding as that is, does that fact – or,...

In-depth at E3: Dragon Age: Inquisition

You wouldn’t know Dragon Age: Inquisition is a cross-gen title by looking at it, and that's because it looks spectacular. Okay, maybe some of...

In-depth at E3: Civilisation: Beyond Earth

Civilization: Beyond Earth is the same game you know and love, just without all of that boring history stuff. My favourite bits of Civilization involve...

In-depth at E3: Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number

I headed over the road at E3 to check out Devolver Digital’s trailer park. In the park, each game on display had a dedicated...

In-depth at E3: Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare

You can tell Activision was a tad more cautious concerning Call of Duty at this year’s E3. In the media-only section, it was Destiny,...

In-depth at E3: Homefront: The Revolution

“The revolution is not an apple that falls when it is ripe. You have to make it fall,” Che Guevara once said. If our hands-off...