Darksiders 3 Review: Hell hath no Fury like a gamer scorn

I really, really wanted to like Darksiders 3. I didn't. Six long years after the release of THQ's Darksiders II, this sequel has been developed by Gunfire...

Fallout 76 Review: Nuke this. Now.

I really don't like Fallout 76 after a day of play. Things started off pretty well, actually -- waking up in the Vault 76 after a...

Just Dance 2019 Review: Another shimmy in the right direction

I've had a rather love-hate relationship with the Just Dance franchise in the last few years, but Just Dance 2019 had me smiling. The lowest point of...

11-11 Memories Retold Review: War like gamers have hardly ever seen it

The 100th anniversary of the armistice that ended World War I has come and gone, and with it, the release of 11-11 Memories Retold,...

Battlefield 5 Review: Fortifying former foundations

Battlefield 5 builds upon the fantastic foundations laid by Battlefield 1 and forges a similar path, right down to strikingly similar artwork, and corrects...

Pokemon Let’s Go Review: For better or worse

Pokemon Let's Go Pikachu and Eevee are about to release on Nintendo Switch, and Stevivor has spent eight hours with the game ahead of an embargo that...

Spyro Reignited Trilogy Review: Best left in the past

Spyro Reignited Trilogy is out today, another title looking to capitalise on nostalgia. It didn’t light a fire under me, but then again, I’m...

Hitman 2 Review: Electric déjà vu boogaloo

Hitman 2 is basically a whole bunch of Hitman DLC, and that’s perfectly fine with me. Under the watch of IO Interactive, 2016’s Hitman was...

For Honor Marching Fire Review: Breach the Arcade

For Honor’s Marching Fire expansion is the second-coming of Ubisoft’s ambitious medieval fighting game. It injects fresh content, some of the best the game...

Red Dead Redemption 2 Review: Riding into the sunset

At around 70 hours into Red Dead Redemption 2, I’m riding my horse through the Cumberland Forest as the wind begins to pick up...

BenQ EL2870U 28″ 4K HDR monitor Review: Come for the 4K

I ripped up my home office early last month to prepare for 4K gaming – a BenQ EL2870U provided the perfect excuse to upgrade...

Sinner Sacrifice for Redemption Review: No pain, no gain

Sinner: Sacrifice For Redemption is an independently-developed boss battler from Dark Star Games where players are presented with a selection of seven different bosses...

Starlink Battle for Atlas Review: Seeking balance

The long and short of Starlink Battle for Atlas is this: it's a great sci-fi game that's dulled by its toys-to-life component. It's an excitingly disappointing...

Call of Duty Black Ops 4 Review: Blacking out the competition

After last year’s Call of Duty: WWII returned to classic Call of Duty, Black Ops 4 heads in the opposite direction and dares to...

Super Mario Party Review: Can someone spike the punch?

This past long weekend may have been important for West Coast or Collingwood fans, but not so for the rest of us. While our...

Mega Man 11 Review: Tough as nails

With over fifty titles to his name across multiple narrative timelines and gracing almost every platform that’s been on the market since 1987, Mega...

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...

Forza Horizon 4 Review: Under its Influence

Forza Horizon 4 is here, the latest arcade racer from Britain’s Playground Games. The developer spoiled us Aussies last iteration, setting the Horizon Festival...

Stone Review: An Oldtown full of wucking furries

Stone’s titular character is an Aussie through and through – which means he’ll come across as a dick to some and a bloody legend...

NBA 2K19 Review: Great gameplay, exploitative microtransactions

I’m starting to develop this love-hate relationship with the NBA 2K series. Every year the basketball gameplay is fantastic, but the way the game...