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Magic 2015 – Duels of the Planeswalkers Review

Magic: The Gathering returns for another year with the release of Magic 2015: Duels of the Planeswalkers. The previous iterations have built upon the past title, improving and adding new...

Magic: The Gathering returns for another year with the release of Magic 2015: Duels of the Planeswalkers. The previous iterations have built upon the past title, improving and adding new features to justify the annual release schedule, much like the trading card game with its constantly evolving meta game and diverse card line-up.

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Dynasty Warriors: Gundam Reborn Review

The Dynasty Warriors: Gundam franchise returns with Dynasty Warriors: Gundam Reborn, the first title in the Dynasty Warriors: Gundam series to not adopt a numerical numbering system. It’s a case...

The Dynasty Warriors: Gundam franchise returns with Dynasty Warriors: Gundam Reborn, the first title in the Dynasty Warriors: Gundam series to not adopt a numerical numbering system. It’s a case of familiar gameplay, catchy tunes and deceptively same old storylines, but scratch the surface a little and you’ll find the most comprehensive Dynasty Warriors: Gundam experience to date.

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Squids Odyssey (Wii U) Review

The Game Bakers’ Squids series has already carved success on the mobile platform with the original Squids and Squids: Wild West. It seems only natural progression for a title with...

The Game Bakers’ Squids series has already carved success on the mobile platform with the original Squids and Squids: Wild West. It seems only natural progression for a title with lush visuals and kooky character design receives a port on to the Nintendo Wii U platform. Tweaked for gaming consoles, Squids Odyssey retains its charm, with a gentle helping of features for first time calamari adventurers.

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Atelier Rorona Plus Review

Atelier Rorona receives a shiny remake with Atelier Rorona Plus, re-designed to fix the flaws fans have complained about since the original was released back in 2010. Rorona was; and...

Atelier Rorona receives a shiny remake with Atelier Rorona Plus, re-designed to fix the flaws fans have complained about since the original was released back in 2010. Rorona was; and still remains an exceptional title in the Atelier series, but it had it fair share of issues. Four years on, Rorona Plus scrubs up nicely thanks to some love and care by developer Gust, who has also ported the J-RPG to the PS Vita for the first time.

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Watch Dogs Review

Watch Dogs is the most anticipated game of the year, breaking pre-order sales records following a string of delays which left fans with an insatiable appetite for the open world...

Watch Dogs is the most anticipated game of the year, breaking pre-order sales records following a string of delays which left fans with an insatiable appetite for the open world hacking adventure. With so much potential to build upon the genre, Watch Dogs does a commendable job but falls painfully short of being a genre-defining title.

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Etrian Odyssey Untold: The Millennium Girl Review

Etrian Odyssey is an old soul at heart. First hitting the Nintendo DS back in 2007, Atlus introduced first person dungeon exploration and blank canvas characters to the handheld device...

Etrian Odyssey is an old soul at heart. First hitting the Nintendo DS back in 2007, Atlus introduced first person dungeon exploration and blank canvas characters to the handheld device with much success. Etrian Odyssey II: Heroes of Lagaard (2008) and Etrian Odyssey III: The Drowned City (2010) followed, but was never made available in Australia.

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Demon Gaze Review

PlayStation Vita owners have been spoilt lately with the amount of J-RPGs hitting the handheld device. Demon Gaze is the newest offering by NIS America and adopts a first person...

PlayStation Vita owners have been spoilt lately with the amount of J-RPGs hitting the handheld device. Demon Gaze is the newest offering by NIS America and adopts a first person view in place of the more widely used third-person perspective. I’ve never been a huge fan of this style of game, largely being unable to see your main character, but I’ll admit Demon Gaze does have its finer moments.

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Child of Light Review

Child of Light is a testament to what can be accomplished when all the elements in one title work together harmoniously to become something even greater and beyond. It may...

Child of Light is a testament to what can be accomplished when all the elements in one title work together harmoniously to become something even greater and beyond. It may not have a blockbuster budget, yet Child of Light‘s modest adventure will leave a long-lasting, lingering impression on those who are open-minded and bold enough to venture into a strange mysterious world.

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JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: All-Star Battle Review

JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: All-Star Battle brings the popular Japanese manga series to a new generation, thanks to the efforts of anime/manga video game conversion specialists CyberConnect2. Responsible for the .hack...

JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: All-Star Battle brings the popular Japanese manga series to a new generation, thanks to the efforts of anime/manga video game conversion specialists CyberConnect2. Responsible for the .hack and successful Naruto titles, All-Star Battle has the same gorgeous visuals you’d expect from CyberConnect2 but is lacking is other areas.

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Trials Fusion Review

The intense, dirt biking antics of the Trials series takes a futuristic turn with Trials Fusion. Renowned for its death-defying leaps, trial-and-error gameplay as well as its downright addictive nature,...

The intense, dirt biking antics of the Trials series takes a futuristic turn with Trials Fusion. Renowned for its death-defying leaps, trial-and-error gameplay as well as its downright addictive nature, it’s a series that’s thoroughly earned its fan base – and more to the point, one willing to keep returning ‘one more time’ to finish its most unforgiving courses.

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