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why the PC gaming show at E3 was a good idea

Why the PC Gaming Show at E3 was a Great Idea

June 22, 2015 | by Vince Shuley

This year’s E3 really was a good’un. So many great games were revealed with plenty of release dates before the end of the year, a welcome change from 2014’s long list of teasers that we had to wait until the following year to play…

D-Day

Top 4 D-Day Depictions in Video Games

June 6, 2015 | by Vince Shuley

Around 10 years ago, I was backpacking through Europe, wide-eyed ready to explore the world outside of Australia’s continental island. During my first ever visit to France, the tourist attractions of Paris kept me entertained for a few days, but what I was really interested in was visiting the beaches of Normandy…

The best Kung Fury Steam reviews

The Best Kung Fury Steam Reviews

June 4, 2015 | by Vince Shuley

A couple times a year there comes a viral pop culture video that – love it or hate it – takes us completely by surprise. Try as you might, once you click you can’t look away. In 2012 it was PSY’s Gangnam Style, in 2013 it was Ylvis’ What does the Fox say. In 2015, it’s Kung Fury…

magicka 2 review

Magicka 2 Review – Wizard Woes

May 28, 2015 | by Vince Shuley

There are those of the RPG persuasion who will only ever select the wizard, mage or otherwise termed spell caster as their hero. Spells are just so cool. The wizard is also an excellent damage dealer in a party, hurling bolts of lightning or fireballs…

Dungeons 2 review

Dungeons 2 Review – Flattering Fun

April 30, 2015 | by Vince Shuley

I generally try to avoid carbon copy games. Thankfully, this practice is less rampant in the PC and console space than it is on mobile, but occasionally we get one coming through the pipeline that manages to offer the most sincerest form of flattery in honour of its tribute…

Atari: Game Over

Atari: Game Over Sets its Version of the Record Straight

April 21, 2015 | by Vince Shuley

E.T. has long suffered the notoriety of not only being labelled as the worst video game of all time, but also as being the catalyst that lead to Atari falling on its sword in the early ’80s. Further salt in the wound was the urban legend of millions of E.T. cartridges being dumped in a landfill outside of Alamogordo, New Mexico…