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Review: Need for Speed

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9 out of 10 Excellent Recommended

There are many things that could be said about the latest Need for Speed game, but what stands out most about the experience of playing is the narrative. This is not meant to detract at all from the gameplay itself, which feels great in almost all circumstances, but there is so much character brimming through the same that it’s hard for anything else to eclipse the tone it sets. Welcome to Hoon Town.

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Fallout 4: First Impressions

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This first impressions article is based on approximately 8 hours of gameplay and is spoiler free Fallout 4, the latest entry in the post-nuclear-apocalypse RPG series is easily one of the most highly anticipated titles of the last few years. Expectations were at an all-time high following Bethesda’s impressive showing at E3 this year, meaning that the final product was going to have to be extremely high class to live up to the hype. Thankfully, for the most part, it does. But it also falls painfully short in some areas.

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Hands on with Star Wars Battlefront’s Fighter Squadron

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It now seems a long, long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away, but in fact it was last week, in Melbourne. A preview event for Star Wars Battlefront was hosted by EA on the first night of PAX Australia, this one to show off the fighter squadron mode for the first time in the southern hemisphere. Transport was provided in the guise of the Battlefront bus, which took the lucky few from the entrance to PAX, to the venue in North Melbourne. After some beverages and bites, it was time to get hands-on with the game. Battlefront’s Fighter […]

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Forerunning: A Halo Retrospective

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On the eve of the launch of Halo 5: Guardians, take a trip through the franchise’s history with Joe, our resident Halo fanatic.

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Destiny: When The Taken King comes too soon

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The Taken King came for us all, but not all of us are where he expected us to be. While clanmates all over have gone into the Court of Oryx, not everyone’s made the leap yet. Nick takes a look at what Destiny is like now for those that still dancing, pointing and cheering away on pre-expansion guardians.

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Elder Scrolls Online: Imperial City now available on Console

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By Azura, it’s you! In case you missed our coverage at the start of the month, The Elder Scrolls Online has received its first dose of DLC in the form of Imperial City. It was originally released to PC and Mac versions of the game, and as we previously reported, the content would also be making its way to console editions of the game later in the month.

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Bethesda announce Fallout 4 Post-Launch Plans

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With only two months to go until we cram ourselves into the closed underground spaces of Vault 111, Bethesda Game Studios have released some information on what the many courageous vault enter-ers can expect once Fallout 4 is out, and then… beyond.

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Review – The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt

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9.5 out of 10 Excellent Recommended

Even in writing this, in putting a summation of my experience with the game down into words, I still don’t know how one would actually review The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. CD Projekt Red’s third instalment in the life of the titular witcher, Geralt of Rivia, is a game that feels larger than any of the behemoths one might encounter while playing.

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Imperial City: Elder Scrolls Online Gets Its First DLC Pack

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Over a year since its original release, and months since the console release, The Elder Scrolls Online is getting some DLC. Imperial City is the very first of the planned DLC releases for the game, and has now been released on PC. While it will be just over two weeks until console editions of the game get a dose of Cyrodilic love, players on PC can now grab Imperial City either through ESO Plus, or via the game’s Crown store.

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Review: Submerged

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8 out of 10 Great Recommended

There has always been something magical for me about a game that takes to the waves, of rocking back and forth atop the endless blue, or on occasion speeding across it as fast as you can. It doesn’t necessarily turn a game into more than it might already be, but what it does is convey a sense of tranquility. The other type of moment that goes side-by-side with gliding across an ocean is the pour-down bliss of a golden sun, shimmering light across the wet expanse. Uppercut Games have blended both of these experiences together with Submerged.

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