I was really, really, really looking forward to J-Stars Victory VS+… an anime brawler that was expected to include some of my favorite characters from some of my favorite anime shows, as well as a deep gameplay experience that takes the special abilities of these characters and uses them in exciting and fun ways. Continue reading
Torren is weird. You begin the game as an infant who suddenly becomes a young girl that runs about, dodging dragons, chasing swords and solving puzzles within a giant tower… odd, huh? Continue reading
In just a few short weeks, Dutch developer Tangrin will release their first fully-fledged game, Kyn, a team-based ARPG for the PC, Mac and Linux. Continue reading
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is a far better game than its predecessor. This is the first game in the series that I’ve genuinely enjoyed. I’ve always felt the series was destined for great things… but it just needed a little work… a little more focus on certain areas. Continue reading
As you’ve probably already noticed, we’ve made some significant changes to our existing layout. We’ve gone back to the drawing board, in an attempt to steady our focus and bring our dear readers the best damn video content Australia has to offer. Continue reading
One of the first things I do before playing a new game is to understand how the controls work… we need to learn how to crawl before we can walk, after all. While I won’t waffle on too much in this particular impressions piece, I just wanted to make note of the control scheme for The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt… Continue reading
Over the past few days, I’ve been trawling forums and comments online and one thing that keeps cropping up is that The Witcher series is slowly being ‘dumbed-down’ to cater to the console gaming crowd. It isn’t ‘hard core’ anymore, they cry. And sure, I can understand where they are coming from… to a point. Things have changed and things have been made more accessible. Continue reading
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt shares a lot of similarities between The Witcher 2, but ups the ante in just about every way. To begin, The Witcher 3 feels less cluttered and more accessible than the previous instalment. Menus and various HUD indicators have been adjusted or completely overhauled to make things much nicer to look at and less frustrating to use and manage. Continue reading
After patiently waiting for what seems like forever and salivating over images and trailers, after reading a number of early impressions and final reviews, after watching people play the game on YouTube and Twitch… what are my final thoughts on The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, now that I’ve had the chance to experience it for myself? I’m not totally sure yet, if I’m being honest. Continue reading
Rather than run a single news post every five minutes, I’ve decided to group them together. Less fluff and more interesting stuff! Consider this your chance to chill out for a few minutes and catch up on some local gaming news.
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Is Out Now… -Finally! I’m really looking forward to playing through CD Projekt Red’s latest beast, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. The game is out now across Australia and New Zealand for the Xbox One, PC, and PlayStation 4.
We’ll have out full review up shortly. But until then, here is a launch trailer for your enjoyment:
… And So Is Life Is Strange: Episode 3– Whaaaa… another game besides The Witcher 3 is out today? Yep – Life Is Strange: Episode 3 is out now for your downloading pleasure for the Xbox One, PC, and PlayStation 4 across Australia and New Zealand.