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Review: Nintendo 3DS

There's no denying that Nintendo's new portable console, the 3DS, is a remarkable piece of hardware. Once again Nintendo is attempting to take that...

Review: Macbook Air

Until late last year, the MacBook Air was the black sheep of the MacBook family. It was ultra-portable, but it kicked up a lot...

Review: Tron Evolution

Mention Tron Legacy and you'll have a look of pure bliss or utter disdain returned by the masses. At least we can all agree...

Review: Pokémon Black and White

The Pokémon franchise has been, arguably, one of the biggest draw cards for Nintendo's handheld systems for the past 13 years (plus a couple...

Review: Torchlight

Now that my fingers have recovered from the repetitive strain injury that was caused by this button masher of a game I can finally...

Review: Kirby’s Epic Yarn

It’s been ten years since soft and cuddly Kirby made his last major appearance on a home Nintendo system, in the form of 3D...

Review: HTC HD7

As you may or may not be aware, I was lucky enough to review the HTC Mozart upon its arrival to Australia. I enjoyed...

Review: You Don’t Know JACK!

Nostalgia can go a long way, but it usually doesn't commit someone to buy a canine and name him Cookie Masterson. What am I...

Review: Dead Space 2

Survival horror. Strategic dismemberment. Whatever you want to call the genre it's slotted into, Dead Space 2 is here, it's loud, in your face...

Review: Kinect Joy Ride

Let's face it – most of us bought our Kinect units to have different game play experiences. Dance Central and even Kinect Adventures are...

Review: Kinect Sports

First impressions can be a bad thing – and the funny thing is in this case, I bet you're guilty of the same thoughts...

Review: Kinectimals

Have you always wanted to own a pet tiger, but didn't want it clawing up your couch? Now you can with the aptly named...

Review: HTC Mozart, WP7, and the Telstra network

I've spent the last week wracking my brain trying to think of an HTC Mozart recap; after all, two weeks isn't a huge period...

Review: Assassin’s Creed

Windows Phone 7 Xbox Live games are miniature-sized, so they get miniature-sized reviews. Say goodbye to ‘meh’ – features are either cool or shite....

Review: Flowerz

Windows Phone 7 Xbox Live games are miniature-sized, so they get miniature-sized reviews. Say goodbye to 'meh' – features are either cool or shite....

Review: Guitar Hero 5

Windows Phone 7 Xbox Live games are miniature-sized, so they get miniature-sized reviews. Say goodbye to ‘meh’ – features are either cool or shite....

Review: WP7 Xbox Live and Xbox Extras

As my 100,000+ gamerscore can attest, I’m a fairly hardcore Xbox Live gamer. Imagine my delight when I was told I got to test...

Review: Dance Central

I moved the coffee table out of the way, made everyone else in the house leave, and drew the curtains for good measure –...

Review: Fable III

Hitch up your pantaloons and grab your needlessly ornate sword: we’re going back to Albion for Lionhead Studios’s “Fable III”: the game series that...

Review: Xbox Kinect and Kinect Adventures

The Nintendo has its Wii. Sony, Move. Now, it’s Microsoft’s turn to rollout motion-controlled gaming to its fanbase with Kinect. Unlike Wii or Move,...