Worst Games of 2014

As a new year of gaming starts, we now look back over a wonderful 12 months of entertaining titles, memorable moments, and controversies in the industry.  It will either fill you with satisfaction or make you question how you spent another year indoors.  Read More...

Escape Dead Island

The Dead Island franchise has had quite a thrashing in the last 12 months with the sequel being announced, the beta for Epidemic opening, and Escape Dead Islands announcement and subsequent release.  Read More...

Digimon: All-Star Rumble

I am not going to lie, this game is awful.  It is awful to the point that I’m not even sure why it was made.  I don’t understand the relevance for and, the poor quality of the title makes me ask,  was there such a big demand for... Read More

Sunset Overdrive

It’s hard to find a development team that is more hilarious and zany then Insomniac, they always try to inject a humour that is both unique and aware.  The open world of Sunset Overdrive has given them a chance to put in all manner of jokes... Read More...

Resident Evil HD Remaster

The story has not been changed since the original release.  For first time players, it is a great mystery to unravel with little hints sprinkled around the mansion and found in interactions with other characters.  That being said, people returning to... Read More...

Rugby 15

There are so many sport games that follow an annual release schedule with barely any changes year in, year out that eat up the attention of sport fans for the year.   There is very little room for other...  Read More...

Little Big Planet 3

The creative Omniverse of Little Big Planet has returned for a third time on home console, and making its debut on next-gen.  This time around SackBoy is accompanied by the three heroes...                                    Read More...

Advanced Warfare Campaign

It’s pretty easy to dismiss the Call of Duty franchise every year as a rehash of a remake of a successful title.  I am more than willing to admit that I have loathed the yearly COD games with a passion as it always felt like a waste of time. Read More...

2 Hit Studio: Starslinger Kings
2 Hit Studio is a brother development team made up by Adam and Matt Carr, who have been making games since their teens...

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Interview: Whale Hammer Games
Whale Hammer Games is an Australian Independent Developer based in the ACT.  Founded in mid-2013, Peter Castle (Writer)...

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Interview: Cardboard Keep
Cardboard Keep is a talented group of game designers from the Australian Capital Territory, we met with co-founders Calum Spring and Timothy Bermanseder to discuss...

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