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Review: Magic: Duels of the Planeswalkers 2012

The only movie I’ve ever seen by myself was the Yu-Gi-Oh movie – and that's because I was a rabid fan…but a lone one....

Review: Fruit Ninja Kinect

I'm sure you've had one of those moments where you do something, and at the exact same time know you shouldn't be, right? My...

Review: Trouble Witches NEO!

I won't lie to you, I picked this Xbox LIVE Arcade game to review because it had the word "witches" in it and I...

Review: Half-Minute Hero: Super Mega Neo Climax

A quirky take on traditional, lengthy 8-bit JRPGs, Half-Minute Hero was a relative success when it launched on PSP last year. Its premise was...

Review: Sega Rally Online Arcade

Anyone who has ever set foot in a real life arcade would undoubtedly be familiar with this kamikaze style of a corner smashing car...

Review: Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet

Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet, a new title from FuelCell Games, was the Xbox LIVE Arcade's "Winter of Arcade" entry that I was most looking...

Review: Ms. ‘Splosion Man

When Pac-Man proved to be an arcade success, North American company Midway went and did what any money-hungry corporation would do: made an unauthorised...

Review: Fallout: New Vegas

One of the first games I ever played on my Xbox 360 was Fallout 3. I'd never heard of the franchise before, but immediately,...

Review: Tiny Tower

WARNING: Do not play this game if you have an addictive personality or obsessive-compulsive tendencies. If only someone had warned me before I got in...

Review: Yoostar 2: In the Movies

Just like Scene It before it, the cinephile in me made the idea of Yoostar 2 just too good to resist. Sadly, just like...

Review: Ghostbusters: Sanctum of Slime

“What? A Ghostbusters arcade-style game I can play online with friends? This is amazing! I can’t wait!” If this is how you felt upon first...

Review: Rivet

As a Mac-user in a household of only Apple products, owning an Xbox can sometimes be challenging. After seeing the amazing file-sharing capabilities of...

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...