By Brad Long on May 1, 2013
PlayStationReviewQuite possibly the biggest game that had Australia crying out for an R18+ rating, Mortal Kombat has finally hit Australian shores a full two years after the rest of the world. The title was deemed illegal to go on sale in this country thanks to outdated (and thankfully since overturned) legislation that banned all violent video games in Australia. While the original game never made it over more.
By Brad Long on April 17, 2013
PlayStationReviewInjustice: Gods Among Us has been anticipated since its reveal back in May last year. This time, Warner Bros. have gotten Ed Boon and NeverRealm Studios to ditch Mortal Kombat for now and helm a completely DC based fighting game, but does it knock out the competition, or simply fall to its knees? The Review The first thing I will admit is that I am more of a fan of Marvel Comics, and Bat more.
By Jayden Williams on April 3, 2013
PlayStationReviewFeeling the world needed yet another video game based on the ever-popular anime/manga series Naruto, Namco Bandai Games have unleashed Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 3. Unlike One Piece, I feel the Naruto series has a far larger appeal to general Western audiences, and as a result the pressure for the development team (CyberConnect2) to make a highly enjoyable and accessible game based more.
By Tynan Muddle on April 3, 2013
PlayStationReviewGod of War: Ascension marks the seventh title in as many years in what is usually a pretty safe gaming franchise. The series is known and well loved for its outstanding button-mash, combo-stacking action and the “hardcore” inspiring Kratos character. God of War: Ascension is unique in that it deals with the backstory of the Kratos character, serving as a prequel to the entire series. But more.
By Tynan Muddle on February 27, 2013
PlayStationReviewThe Crysis series is known for its beautiful graphics and Crysis 3 is no different. But are games really all about the pretty pictures? Or can they also deliver a rewarding, engrossing experience at the same time? We explore Crysis 3, published by EA Games, to find out if modern first-person shooters can rise above the "point and shoot" mentality of recent games in the genre. The Review more.
By Tynan Muddle on February 13, 2013
PlayStationReviewThe Dead Space series is EA's answer to titles like Silent Hill and Resident Evil and Dead Space 3 hopes to finally give its fans some closure. Horror movie fans will tell you that as a franchise is milked for more money, it loses its edge. And to some extent, we've seen this formula emulated in video games, too. So how does Dead Space 3 fare? Is the series still compelling after its four ye more.
By Jayden Williams on January 30, 2013
PlayStationReviewCo-produced by Japanese development studio Level 5 and renown anime company Studio Ghibli, Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch finally makes its way out of Japan, after having been released back in 2011. Full of charm, magic and arrestingly beautiful Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch transports its player to another world full of wondrous characters, all while challenging the conception of more.
By Jayden Williams on January 16, 2013
PlayStationReviewConceived by acclaimed Swedish games developer Nifflas, Knytt Underground is the latest indie title to appear on the PlayStation Network. Part platformer, part puzzle game, Knytt Underground transports the player to a weird and wonderful world of discovery and danger. With Nifflas' credibility as a game designer within the indie scene, is Knytt Underground worth the purchase when there's so more.
By Jayden Williams on January 9, 2013
PlayStationReviewStarting its life on PC, Big Sky Infinity is an evolution of developer Boss Baddie's twin-stick shooter Really Big Sky for PlayStation 3. "Never the same game twice" is the tagline for the game, and forces players to constantly stay alert as waves of brightly lit neon enemies and huge bosses lunge at you from off-screen. With an already huge amount of downloadable games available over PlayS more.
By Jayden Williams on November 28, 2012
PlayStationReviewSet on a tropical island, Far Cry 3 is the latest entry in the widely popular Far Cry series. Previous entries have explored the idea of a first person shooter title with a dynamic and rich open-world to explore. For better or worse, this franchise has built up a strong following for exactly that. Far Cry 3 takes all the elements fans may have enjoyed in previous titles, redefining them and more.