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Game Review: Divinity: Original Sin Enhanced Edition

Role-playing games, just like the horror films, are divided into tens of different sub-genres in order to cater to different, tastes, needs, and expectations. Some, just like the latest Dragon Age Inquisition, are more like cheap slashers which are designed to take you from point A to B, without any unnecessary bother by guiding you with


REVIEW: Assassins Creed Syndicate

This is probably the Assassin’s Creed we’ve all been waiting for, but one that has probably arrived a couple of years too late. If it had been revealed that once we’d finished the adventures of Ezio Auditore, the protagonist from Assassin’s Creed 2 and its direct sequels, that the series would next be taking us


Warhammer: End Times Vermintide PC Review

Warhammer is by no means a new name to not only tabletop gamers, but digital gamers as well. Spanning over 30-years, the franchise has made its way in all forms of fantasy entertainment, usually being held in high regard. The video game iterations of the Warhammer universe have been met with much praise and consist of


Dragon Quest Heroes: The World Trees Woe and the Blight Below Review

Dragon Quest Heroes: The World Tree’s Woe and the Blight Below Developer: Omega Force Publisher: Square Enix Platforms: Playstation 4 (Reviewed) Release Date: October 13, 2014 Price: $59.99 USD – Available Here $99.95 AUD – Available Here Overview I love Dragon Quest more than any other RPG franchise. I have no reason to hide it.


Transformers Devastation Review

Activision roll out the Transformers license to Platinum Games, hoping that their stellar track record with character action games restores the faith that’s been lost through some less than stellar titles in recent history. How well do the minds behind Bayonetta and Metal Gear Rising pick up this classic franchise? Game: Transformers Devastation Developer: Platinum


Tales of Zestiria Review

Platform(s) available: PS3, PS4, PC Platform reviewed: PS4 It’s been a little while but here comes yet another Tales game. Making the franchise’s first appearance on the PS4 Tales of Zestiria has set its sights high introducing open world exploration along with seamlessly integrated battles in the landscape. For anyone out there wondering why this


Prison Architect: Have your guilt-cake and enjoy it too!

Looking at the 2014 Annual Letter to Shareholders for the Corrections Corporation of America – the largest player in the privatized prison industry – shows that business is booming. Profits, demand, and stock dividends are all up over 2013 and only expected to rise higher as new contracts to build more facilities come in. Life