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  • By on July 17, 2013
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    Review: Storm (PC)

    Feeling stressed? A little overworked, perhaps? Then settle down with a nice cup of coffee and enjoy Storm, a puzzle/platformer and the latest offering from publishing company Neko Entertainment. The concept behind Storm is simple. Your objective is to guide a seed from a tree over a varying terrain and into a fresh patch of unplanted soil over the course of the four seasons. To accomplish more.
  • By on July 3, 2013
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    Review: Leisure Suit Larry – Reloaded (PC)

    Leisure Suit Larry returns to his roots in a remake of the 1987 classic that took the world by storm Fans have been asking for Leisure Suit Larry to return to its roots for years, and Al Lowe seems to have listened to his fans, releasing an enhanced remake of the 1987 classic as the successful result of a recently funded kickstarter, but does it manage to keep the charm of the original while dr more.
  • By on June 27, 2013
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    Review: Eador – Masters Of The Broken World (PC)

    Eador - Masters Of The Broken World is the story of you, a demi-god, pushed to compete with other demi gods over control of the world of Eador, a planet split into 'islands' in a sea of space. Your main quest is to reunite the pieces of the planet into one single entity, achieving an ending based on your actions over the course of the game. The game is a tactical rpg much like the Civilization more.
  • By on May 15, 2013
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    Review: Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon (PC)

    Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon Blood Dragon is an attempt by Ubisoft to release an expansion as a stand alone game, coming in at a low price point. The order of the day is a different mix of action to what we've come to expect from the Far Cry series, and a complete 180 from the original Far Cry 3 release. Have Ubisoft managed to fit enough content and enjoyment into the mix? Read on to find ou more.
  • By on October 17, 2012
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    Review: Black Mesa (PC)

    Black Mesa is a recently released fan mod for Valve Softwares Source Engine, a remake, or revision of Valve's forever classic Half Life, modified from almost the ground up of the source code of Half Life 2. Having spent over seven years in development, the mod has finally seen the light of day. Aussie-Gamer checks the title out and analyzes the game piece by piece, so read on to see just what more.
  • By on November 23, 2011
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    Review: Fate of the World: Tipping Point (PC)

    Fate of the World is a rather serious and difficult game that puts you in charge of a activist group that is trying to solve all of the world’s many problems. The challenges and enemies of the game are that of your own creation, including the risk of global warming, energy shortages and starvation. Tipping point is supposed to be a more updated version of the original, made to give players a more.
  • By on November 8, 2011
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    Review: Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 (X360)

    What is arguably this console generations' most successful franchise, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3, returns. Unlike last years Treyarch attempt, this year the series original developer Infinity Ward is back at the helm with help from Sledgehammer Games. Can this years' game prove to be more than a simple rehash? Read on to find out! This year, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 has more to aim fo more.
  • By on October 31, 2011
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    Review: Battlefield 3 (PC)

    With the launch of Battlefield 3, publisher EA has tried to set out to make a Call of Duty ass kicker. Has developer DICE succeeded or will Activision's Modern Warfare 3 remain king of the FPS crop? Read on to find out. The Review Battlefield 3 is very much like its previous installments, and yet it manages to be almost two games in one. The single player campaign offers nothing but linear g more.
  • By on June 16, 2011
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    Review: Duke Nukem Forever (PC)

    Duke Nukem was one of the "raddest" video game action heroes of the late 80's/early 90's. It was a simple time - Unsolved Mysteries was scary, The Simpsons were funny, and the Australian Classification Board was run by SEGA. Those were better times, but for some reason Duke never kept up with society. After almost 15 years of dramas and headaches, Gearbox has finally produced the 2011 title Duk more.
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