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Bush Hockey League Review: Slap shot!

Bush league hockey was a glorious thing in the 70s -- players didn't need helmets, teeth, nor skill and craved a fight on the...

Xenoblade Chronicles 2 Review: Interestingly bland

The best thing about my Xenoblade Chronicles 2 preview playthrough was its length – long enough to understand the game, but not long enough...

Hidden Agenda Review: Least wanted

Hidden Agenda is a great Supermassive Games title, but a horrible PlayLink one. First, PlayLink. For those unaware, it's Sony's answer to Jackbox Games and the...

L.A. Noire Review: Dig out that notebook

What's old is new again, thanks to a re-release of Team Bondi's L.A. Noire windows PC, Xbox One, PS4 and Nintendo Switch. We've taken the...

Review: The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

Picture Fallout 3. No, not the shambles that was New Vegas -- I mean the GOOD Fallout, 3. Ditch most (well, a bunch) of its...

Ashes Cricket Review: Looking niiiice Gary

Ashes Cricket takes the foundations of the twin Don Bradman Cricket games, adds official licensing of the Australian and English players, the benefits of...

Turtle Beach Stealth 600 & 700 Reviews: Mind, literally blown

Neither the Turtle Beach Stealth 600 nor 700 headset is much to look at. To be completely blunt, either looks like a pair of...

LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2 Review: Blocky gameplay

It’s that time again! TT Games is ready to gift another LEGO title to us. This year’s outing is the (personally) much-awaited LEGO Marvel...

Star Wars Battlefront 2 Review: I’ve got a bad feeling about this

Star Wars Battlefront 2 is burdened by expectations. EA powerhouse developer and Battlefield veteran DICE was canned for a lacklustre debut; the original (well, the 2015...

Need For Speed Payback Review: Fast & Furious

Now that the two-year wait is over, the question on everyone’s mind is, "have we finally seen a true successor to Need For Speed...

Horizon Zero Dawn The Frozen Wilds Review: Chilled out

Oddly enough, Horizon: Zero Dawn was a game I initially had trouble getting invested in. At its top level it had all the ingredients...

Call of Duty WWII Review: Turning back time

Call of Duty WWII is a return to classic CoD with a modern foundation. Its impactful single-player campaign is a salute to the camaraderie...

Xbox One X Review: In the moment

The Xbox One X has made me realise I’m ill-equipped to detail just how good games look on the world's most powerful console. No, really....

Super Lucky’s Tale Review: Cuteness, gated

While Microsoft is beefing up existing titles so they're Xbox One X Enhanced at the launch of the super-powerful console, Super Lucky's Tale is...

Super Mario Odyssey Review: Here comes the Moon

After conquering the galaxy for a second time seven years ago, Mario has come back down to the ground as he embarks upon an...

Wolfenstein II The New Colossus Review: It’s a trip

Improving on The New Order while raising the stakes at the same time may seem like a daunting task, but Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus manages...

Assassin’s Creed Origins Review: Parkour like an Egyptian

It’s funny that the Assassin’s Creed series is focused on looking back in time, given the franchise’s own turbulent history. The first installment was...

Just Dance 2018 Review: Just a side step

My relationship with Just Dance has been rocky of late. I love getting off the couch and dancing, but I found Just Dance 2016 to be a hollow...

Rugby 18 Review: Spilling the ball

Sigh. I had so many great “as bad as the Wallabies” puns lined up for this review, so many scathing attacks on the quality of...

Gran Turismo Sport Review: Revved up

Update: Extensive time with Gran Turismo Sport reveals the game to be one with a fragmented identity, an always-online game that separates you from other players...
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