Christine, Author at Save Game

About the Author: (@Steenium) Writer and Web & Graphic Designer


Christine began gaming in the days of the NES and has been a fan ever since. She plays almost any genre of games but is partial to RPG, action-adventure and shooters. Mass Effect, Dragon Age, and Borderlands are some of her favourite series. She also has a love-hate relationship with Assassin's Creed, and a very shameful addiction to all things Final Fantasy. When she's not playing games, or writing about them, or working on the Save Game website, she's probably rearranging her display of gaming collectables.

Borderlands: The Handsome Review

10 out of 10 Superb Recommended

Following the trend of every other major successful AAA title released in the past couple of years, 2K and Gearbox have also upgraded two of their Borderlands games for new generation consoles in The Handsome Collection. Who knew you needed to see the unique yet simplistic cel-shaded art style of Borderlands in even higher definition?

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Review: Sunset Overdrive

8.5 out of 10 Great

When one thinks of a zombie apocalypse, a vibrant metropolis crawling energy drink–infused mutations usually would not be among the first visuals to come to mind, but that’s exactly what Sunset Overdrive is. The latest title by developer Insomniac Games takes the tired trope and supercharges it in a third-person shooter with colourful characters, fast-paced platforming and the most unlikely of projectile launchers that pass as weapons.

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Review: Never Alone (Kisima Inŋitchuŋa)

7 out of 10 Good

Never Alone explores a first-of-its-kind collaboration between game developer, Upper One Games, Cook Inlet Tribal Council, and the Alaska Native community to reinvigorate Iñupiaq folklores that were once previously only passed through generations by traditional verbal storytelling. Combined with its story, the game’s art style, music and narration compounds into a memorable experience that will give players an appreciation for the insight into a fascinating culture.

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PAX Aus Indie Highlight: Never Alone

One of the indie games that stole the show at PAX Australia this year was a little game called Never Alone (Kisima Inŋitchuŋa). At a glance, it may seem like a standard puzzle platformer but it’s conception is what makes this game so incredibly unique. Developed by Upper One Games in consultation with Alaska Native elders, Never Alone is a way of preserving historical and cultural stories that were once simply passed through generations by storytelling.

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PAX Aus Indie Highlight: Light in the Dark by Dreamgate Studios

There is never a shortage of local indie games on display at PAX and one of the titles was Light in the Dark by Canberra-based Dreamgate Studios, a mobile puzzler that utilises lights and colour theory.

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The Shotgun in Borderlands that Talks like a Bogan

Since Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel was developed by 2k Australia, they paid homage to all things Australiana in the game. One of their brilliant inclusions was a “talking” shotgun named Shokker Boganella.

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Appreciating Destiny as an FPS (It’s All About Loot)

Destiny has been likened to a lot of things, with the most common opinion dubbing the game as an MMO. Personally, I’ve thought of it as a blend between Halo, Borderlands and Diablo III. Halo, well, because Bungie. Borderlands because this game was one of the first to blend the first person shooter genre with role-playing mechanics, complete with class systems, levelling and—of course—bountiful loot. And finally, Diablo III because of the cooperative style story missions of the game. Sure, players can brave the hordes of enemies alone, but the appeal of both Destiny and Diablo III that keeps drawing […]

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Sunset Overdrive – Hands On at E3 2014

The zombie survival horror shooty what’s-its have been done to death but Insomniac‘s pitch of Sunset Overdrive was just different enough to pique my interest and entice me to wander over to the demo at Microsoft’s booth at this year’s E3.

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E3 2014 Coverage

E3 2014 is just around the corner and with a shiny, brand new generation of consoles, you know this E3 will be the event where bountiful new game titles for the PS4 and Xbox One are announced and showcased. And Save Game will be there to cover it.

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Will The Last of Us be receiving the Definitive treatment?

PlayStation’s Turkey VP, Sercan Sulan, has said that The Last of Us will be coming to the PS4 this year.

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