Adrian Cajili

Senior Editor

Adrian Cajili is in charge of Pwnage for TechGeek and is based in Melbourne. A massive Halo fan and known for his drawings, he's the reason why the site is massively into Halo and anything 343/Bungie.

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Games With Gold May 2014 – Dust: An Elysian Tale & Saints Row: Third

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With the start of May, comes two free titles for Xbox Live Gold members. Dust: An Elysian Tale, a visually stunning action platformer, and Saints Row: The Third, the insanely fun open world game. From May 1st to May 15th, Dust: An Elysian Tale will be free to all Xbox Live Gold members. Then from May 16th through to May 30th, Gold members can get Saint Row: The Third for free. The “Games With Gold” […]

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Reveal Trailer

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The next Call of Duty by Sledgehammer Games will be titled Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare and is set to release on November 4th. Here is the reveal trailer which includes futuristic soldiers and guns, fancy technology, spiderman, hover bikes and Kevin Spacey….wait what? Clearly set in the future, the trailer mainly showcases new gadgets and gameplay, including powersuits (think Elysium) that enhance the strength and speed of a soldier, giving them […]

EA adds microtransactions to PvZ: Garden Warfare

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Starting next week, Electronic Arts has announced that Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare will have microtransactions. In the form of coin packs, you will be able to buy these coins to purchase more sticker packs, and access new items and character content much more quickly – the same content that can be earned through regular gameplay. Brian Lindley from EA writes: Now you have the choice to play your way; you can […]

Minecraft saves will transfer from Xbox 360 to Xbox One

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It has been confirmed that your save data on the Xbox 360 version of Minecraft will transfer over to the Xbox One version of the game. With over 12 million copies sold on the Xbox 360, this is definitely huge news for those who have spent countless hours playing on their 360 worlds, also great news for the guys at Achievement Hunter. Phil Spencer from Xbox says “After months of teaming […]

Xbox One Titanfall Bundle Announced

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Titanfall is one of the most anticipated games of the year, and to celebrate, Microsoft have revealed a Special Edition Xbox One Titanfall Bundle. Which includes a Standard Xbox One and Kinect, Standard Xbox One wireless controller, Standard Xbox One chat headset, a download code for a digital copy of Titanfall, along with a month of Xbox Live Gold. “To celebrate the launch of Titanfall, we wanted to do something special,” said Xbox exec […]

Evolve: Happy Hunting Trailer

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2K Games and Turtle Rock studios, the developers of the first Left 4 Dead, give us a first look at their upcoming multiplayer FPS, Evolve. Evolve combines competitive and co-operative multiplayer, putting four players against one player-controlled monster, that continuously ‘evolves’ during the game. Each of the four players have their own abilities and weapon specialties, as the monster is able to gain more abilities, by attacking wildlife during the game.The […]

Free Xbox Live Gold for 360 users this Australia Day weekend

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What better way to celebrate Australia day, with an Xbox controller in hand and gaming away all weekend, Xbox are once again giving 360 users FREE Xbox LIVE Gold in celebration of Australia’s national day, so don’t miss your chance to check out all the benefits of Xbox LIVE Gold. You can also check out Foxtel Play on the Xbox360, with a FREE trial for 14 days. Click Here for more […]

GIFT GUIDE: Video Games of 2013 – Nintendo

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With all the attention focused the latest next generation consoles from Sony and Microsoft; we must not forget its other competitor Nintendo, who have brought a huge amount of great games this year on the WiiU and 3DS. So Part 2 of this gift guide will focus heavily on the best Nintendo games of this year to consider for during this holiday season. Pokemon XY (Gamefreak) With the new generation of […]

GIFT GUIDE: Video Games of 2013 – Sony and Microsoft

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This year was a big year for video games – not just because of two new console launches, but because of the number of really good titles out there. So if you’re trying to find a game to give for Christmas, or looking for something to bundle with that new Xbox One or PlayStation 4, we’re here to help. Here are our choices for games you should buy for Christmas. For […]

Review: Pokemon X and Y

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A new generation of Pokemon has begun and Gamefreak have outdone themselves with the new Pokemon X and Y games, using the Nintendo 3DS hardware to produce stunning 3D visuals and crisp sounds, Pokemon X and Y is their most ambitious game yet. This is a dual-review between Adrian Cajili and Gabriel Huynh. The final score is an average of the two. Also, warning – this review does contain some spoilers. […]

Xbox One UI demo showcases Dashboard personalization, Skype, DVR and more

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Xbox have released a video on their Youtube that showcases the many features of the Xbox One. from switching and snapping, Live TV, Skype, game DVR, OneGuide and much more. Yusuf Mehdi and Marc Whitten walk through what it’s like to use the Xbox One dashboard, being customized and tailored to how YOU play games and watch TV. Although the Kinect is no longer mandatory for the Xbox One, you will […]

Xbox One launch titles download/install sizes

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Moonlightswami, as he goes by on Twitter, already has his hands on the Xbox One after a Target shipping error, and has revealed the download/ install file sizes of Xbox One launch titles. According to Moonlightswami, all Xbox One games will need to be installed on the HD before playing, with file sizes ranging from a couple of MB to around 45GB. Unknown whether these numbers are the same for […]

Killer Instinct: Orchid revealed, Spinal teased

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IGN and Double Helix Studios set up a 2-hour stream, showcasing the fan favourite Orchid, and a handful of new features coming to the game this November. Orchid is a rushdown character that uses a mixture of classic and new special moves, resulting in really intense in-your-face combat. Source: IGN Orchid’s moveset is more offense than defense, having her classic Flik Flak cartwheel and a new slide, as well as […]

Free Xbox Live Gold this weekend

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Aimed at Silver members, Microsoft is offering free Xbox Live Gold this weekend, from October 4 to 6. Player will be able to access apps and features exclusive to Gold members, and most importantly, be able to play multiplayer/online. Also with GTA Online now available (but not fully functional), players will be able to bust a cap in random strangers, or you can play the Battlefield 4 open beta which […]

Mega Charizard X announced

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Nintendo Just revealed a new Mega Evolution for Charizard exclusive to Pokemon X, hence its name Mega Charizard X. Depending on the Mega Stone, it can evolve into either Mega Charizard X (Black and Blue) or Mega Charizard Y (Orange). It becomes a Fire/Dragon-type and gains the ability Tough Claws. With another evolution for Charizard, would that mean Blastoise and Venusaur will be getting alternate evolutions too? Here’s some information […]