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Top five SFF video game cut scenes

I grew up playing LAN games of Age of Empires and Diablo 1, and designing trench warfare levels on Quake 2 at a mate’s place on the Central Coast of New South Wales, Australia. Through those...

REVIEW: Diablo 4 full release

In Diablo 4, the latest major release from Blizzard, a band of adventurers break into an ancient tomb, and their quest for gold accidentally unleashes Lilith, The Daughter of Hatred, The Mother of Sanctuary....

Cyberpunk 2077 Two Years Later

Cyberpunk 2077 remains one of the great controversial games of 2020. Also, 2021, and only started to lose that reputation around 2022. It was, to quote Obi-Wan Kenobi, supposed to be the Chosen One...

REVIEW: Horizon Forbidden West

Horizon Forbidden West is a sequel to the fantastic 2017 game, Horizon Zero Dawn. Just like its predecessor, it is a wonderful blend of genres that I can best describe as post-apocalyptic tribal fantasy/science...

REVIEW: Necromunda: Hired Gun

In Necromunda: Hired Gun you play a bounty hunter in a colossal hive city on the planet of Necromunda in the Warhammer 40,000 universe. With its gorgeous gritty city landscape showcasing the Doom-style mass...

REVIEW: Resident Evil: Village-Winters’ Expansion

Resident Evil: Village was one of my favorite games in recent memory, continuing the story of Ethan Winters after the excellent soft continuity reboot of Resident Evil VII. That story brought the horror back...

REVIEW: Beyond a Steel Sky

Beyond a Steel Sky is the follow-up to the classic cyberpunk point and click adventure game Beneath a Steel Sky. I really enjoyed that game and it’s rusted Australian vision of the future as...

REVIEW: Mechwarrior 5: Mercenaries

Sometimes, games don’t have to be mind-blowing to be enjoyable. Video games can have severe flaws holding them back, yet I’ve played plenty of games over the last few years that I enjoyed more...

REVIEW: Mech Armada

I’ve always appreciated the Early Access program for gaming, even if it has some problems attached to it. Sure, people may not like the idea of paying for an incomplete, in-development product, but I...

REVIEW: The Evil Within 2

The Evil Within 2 (2017) is the sequel to, unsurprisingly, The Evil Within (2014) and a game I picked up immediately after finishing the first game. I probably should have played the DLC for...