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About the Author: Founder & Editor-in-Chief

Tash is a self-diagnosed gaming fanatic with a doctorate in Psychology. She's also a self-confessed Mass Effect fangirl and will likely talk your ears off if you ever get her started on the subject. A lover of all things RPG and adventure, she has more gamer related action figures and memorabilia than any 30 something year old professional has a right to own, and has spent more time than she’d like to admit to daydreaming about exactly what she would do should the Zombie Apocalypse actually happen.

PAX Aus Indie Showcase winners announced

It’s not long to go until PAX Australia once again bursts into our gamer-loving lives with a vengeance, and to make the wait until late October that little bit more bearable, the Indie Showcase winners have been announced.

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The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt – World Setting video

I love the Witcher games. Mostly because I love Geralt, but I also love the world, the characters and pretty much everything else that CD Projekt Red have included in the titles. So whenever a new trailer for the upcoming Witcher 3: Wild Hunt releases, I’m positively giddy with happiness. The latest trailer to be released is called ‘World Setting’, and to summarise my reaction after watching it: holy crap I need this game NOW.

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DLC Review – Dark Souls 2: Crown of the Sunken King

8 out of 10 Great

Sometimes, I wonder why I do this. It’s 2am. I’m reeling from yet another death, handed ignomiously to me by another almost impossible to kill Dark Souls 2 denizen. My patience is on a razor edge, I’m so close to throwing the controller down and walking away. And yet I press forward, telling myself I’ll continue for just a little longer, that I’ll try just one more time. Because the challenge of progressing to the next bonfire to save your game, whilst oh so maddening, also leads to the sweetest reward when achieved. This is what Dark Souls 2 does […]

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Review – Razer BlackWidow Ultimate Keyboard

A keyboard is a keyboard right? Not when it’s a Razer BlackWidow Ultimate Keyboard. With mechanical switches, individual backlit keys, and boasting durability to withstand 60 million keystrokes, the BlackWidow Ultimate keyboard from Razer is the Ferrari of keyboards. After trialing this keyboard over several days, I can happily say that Razer have designed a keyboard that is as practical as it is flashy.

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Epiphany Games introduces Majestic Nights: Season One

Calling all conspiracy theory lovers – Epiphany Games have announced the first season of their new RPG series, Majestic Nights – an episodic role-playing thriller set in an alternate 1980s where every single conspiracy theory, past and present, is true.

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Review – Razer Adaro Stereo Analog Headphones

Gamers are spoiled for choice when it comes to selecting headphones to complement their gaming sessions. With companies vying for a piece of the market share that gamers make up, it’s no surprise that with each new headphones release, the claims from manufacturers become more and more expansive. But how many of these claims are delivered, and how many are flowery words with no substance? I trialled the Adaro Stereo Analog headphones from Razer and after several hours across console gaming and PC media streaming, I am happy to report that Razer delivers on every promise made.

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Some lucky Xbox owners being offered $75 credit to upgrade to an Xbox One

Some lucky Xbox owners across the US, UK and Canada are being offered $75 credit to upgrade to an Xbox One.

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PES2015 details announced

Konami have announced details for PES 2015, with the focus on on-field realism and improvements from the previous game.

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Watch Dogs additional content detailed

In an announcement that surprises absolutely no-one, Ubisoft have announced that single player content for their newest release Watch Dogs will be available this week across all platforms. The new content release includes three single player missions, in addition to unlockable weapons, perks and bonuses.

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Child of Light now available on PS Vita

Ubisoft have announced that their stunningly gorgeous turn-based RPG Child of Light is now available to purchase for the PS Vita. The standard edition of the game is available to purchase digitally in standard edition for $19.75, with a Complete Edition containing all DLC also available to purchase in stores for $39.95.

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