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Review: Sine Mora

In some ways, Sine Mora will make you feel the way you did the first time you played Guitar Hero all those years back – ducking and weaving through a...

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Review: Shoot Many Robots

They say you can’t judge a book by its cover, but in the case of Shoot Many Robots, “they” will have to make an exception. Literally, all you...

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Review: Yakuza: Dead Souls

When Sega announced they would be subjecting their popular Yakuza series to a zombie outbreak, many gamers wondered what was in their tea (or whisky, as is...

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Review: Twisted Metal

I grew up on Twisted Metal. I spent HOURS on my original PlayStation going through all different characters and their career modes. After all, once you beat...



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Review: Nexuiz

Nexuiz exists in various versions, and now various platforms. Originally on PC, gamers can now pick up a remade-version of the title for Xbox Live Arcade or...

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Review: Rayman: Origins

The PlayStation Vita’s big claim to fame is that it’s a handheld PlayStation 3. It’s a pretty big claim, and what better way to test it than with Rayman...

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Review: Journey

In the past few days since Journey’s release, I jokingly told fellow Stevivorites (Stevivorians? Stee-vivs? We need to sort this out ASAP) Trent and Steve that...

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Review: I Am Alive

I was excited about I Am Alive since the first time I heard of it. Years ago. Originally announced as a retail disc, the survival game was reclassified and...

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Review: SSX

They say absence makes the heart grow fonder. It’s been five years since the last SSX game (SSX Blur for the Nintendo Wii), and arguably, nine since the last...

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Review: Flight Control Rocket

Almost 3 years after Melbourne-based developer Firemint released their smash-hit Flight Control on the iPhone, they have come out with a title which definitely...

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Review: Mass Effect 3

BioWare’s back for the third installment of the Mass Effect franchise. Players who’ve been there from the start have grown attached to their own particular...

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Review: Mass Effect: Infiltrator

Mass Effect: Infiltrator is the latest game from Melbourne based developer IronMonkey Studios, known for developing Dead Space for iOS…which I might add...

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Review: Binary Domain

I almost feel the need to apologize to Binary Domain. About five minutes into the game, after having no luck with voice recognition and dismissing the game as...

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Review: UFC Undisputed 3

In the last few months, I have discovered my love for UFC. The sheer technical brutality of the fights. The thrill of watching one man pummel another into...

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Review: Warp

I’ll admit, I have been looking forward to Warp for a while. On my phone I have a list of Arcade and indie titles that I check up on every month or so...

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Review: Final Fantasy XIII-2

So here we are, almost three years since the release of Final Fantasy XIII and Square Enix has once again released another direct sequel to its long running...

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Review: The Darkness II

I love comic books. When I was growing up, The Darkness and Witchblade were new to the scene and piqued my attention straight away. Jackie Estacado was one of...

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Review: Tales of the Abyss

Tales of the Abyss is one of the growing number of 3DS titles that have been ported and tweaked from other systems. Whilst Ocarina of Time 3D is definitely the...