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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.

Mass Effect 3 – Omega DLC Review

As a huge fan of the Mass Effect series, it’s always a joy to hear new DLC has been released for the blockbuster title. This is doubly true for the latest DLC for Mass Effect 3 – Omega – given this DLC focuses on one of the more…theatrical characters of the ME Verse – Aria T’Loak.

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Jason Graves to pen original Tomb Raider score


Square Enix and Crystal Dynamics have announced that Jason Graves, the award winning composer who has worked on scores for the likes of Dead Space, Alpha Protocol and Fear 3, will be penning the original score for Tomb Raider.

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Slingshot content pack now available for XCOM: Enemy Unknown

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XCOM fans – take note. The Slingshot content pack, the first add-on content for XCOM: Enemy Unknown, is now available for PS3, Xbox360 and PC.

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Deus Ex DLC heading to Hitman Absolution


If you were as much a fan of Deus Ex: Human Revolution and Adam Jensen as I was, today is about to get a whole lot better for you. IO Interactive have announced two new Deus Ex themed pieces of DLC for Hitman: Absolution.

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Review – Need for Speed: Most Wanted

There are games that hold a special place in your heart – ones that you look back on with fond memories because your experience when playing them was magical. The original Need for Speed: Most Wanted was this kind of game for me. I am pleased to say that the current re-imagining of Need for Speed: Most Wanted by Criterion and EA Games retains all the magic I remember, and adds more.

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Brisbane Supanova 2012 – Cosplay, Cinema, Collectibles and more


The 2012 Brisbane Supanova has visited the RNA Showgrounds for another year, and once again there were mass crowds attending the event. Going by the sheer number of people who passed through the doors, most of Brisbane arrived to soak up the pop culture goodness on offer.

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Review: Medal of Honor – Warfighter


The modern militaristic shooter is a crowded genre, already featuring heavy hitters like the Call of Duty franchise. For a game to stand out amidst the shooter crowd, it needs to be a powerhouse in its own right – well executed and planned gameplay must combine with excellently realised set pieces, responsive control mechanics, logical AI and strong visuals and storytelling. Unfortunately for Medal of Honor Warfighter, it fails in every single one of these elements.

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Spotlight on – Gunner Runner by Ghostbox

It’s been a busy month for the video game industry, with triple A launch after triple A launch following one after another these past weeks. As exciting as these releases have been, we here at Save Game believe it’s just as important to shine the spotlight on other, less voraciously marketed, yet no less polished or enjoyable releases – and we’ve found one such release in Gunner Runner.

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Aussie Wii U midnight launch stores listed

The Wii U may have already released in other parts of the world, but for us Aussies we are still only just about to celebrate the launch of Nintendo‘s latest console. Launching Friday, November 30, some retailers are opening their stores to the public on Thursday, November 29, for midnight launches. In Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane there will be launch events at the three locations listed below and these eents will feature a live DJ, live caricatures (lucky they aren’t dead, right?) balloon art, themed donuts, slurpees and much more. Just let that sink in for a moment – themed […]

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Sniper: Ghost Warrior 2 gameplay footage released

If you haven’t heard about Sniper: Ghost Warrior 2 – here’s the perfect way to educate yourself – with City Interactive unveiling exclusive gameplay footage. Releasing on PS3, Xbox360 and PC, Sniper: Ghost Warrior 2 is powered by the CryENGINE 3 engine, and sees players don the ghilliesuit of a special ops sniper to take down the enemy. The game itself is an FPS which features stealth, hand-to-hand assassinatins and sniping, with the hook of the game being its realistic bullet physics: players must take into account distance, wind and bullet rop when sniping enemies. In addition to the singleplayer […]

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