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Immerse yourself for a lifetime in the game “Where the Heart Is”

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Immerse yourself in an unforgettable dreamlike journey. Directed and devised by Armature Studio co-founder Todd Keller, the lead artist for Metroid Prime, along with the incredible work of Beth Foster, the senior artist for Metroid Prime, and Scott Eaton, the art manager for God of War. On the kind of fateful stormy night that changes a man’s destiny, an enormous sinkhole opens in the middle of Whit Anderson’s farm. As thunder rumbles […]

July for Xbox Game Pass holders will be phenomenal

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The last few weeks we’ve heard nothing but PlayStation, but Xbox is coming around with a great Game Pass lineup for July. Ending this month, a new array of games is being given up for free to all Xbox Game Pass holders on the console & PC to enjoy for July. Xbox Game Pass gives gamers the opportunity to explore and try new games. What will you be trying? Night […]

Cartel Tycoon: Live the Drug Kingpin Life

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We’ve finally got it! tinyBuild in collaboration with the RTS veterans Moon Moose are bringing us the one and only, Cartel Tycoon , the drug empire business simulator, onto PC in Q4 2020. Check out the trailer above. Unlike horror games, this game gives you the opportunity to become a drug tycoon in a story-driven strategy game inspired by the ‘80s narco trade. As a succession of fictional drug lords, run all aspects of the […]

EA Goes Open-Source with Command & Conquer Remastered Collection

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Today, Command & Conquer Remastered Collection lead producer Jim Vessella posted a community update outlining the game’s commitment to the modding scene. EA will be releasing the TiberianDawn.dll and RedAlert.dll – some dynamic libraries for developers to work with – and their corresponding source code under the GPL version 3.0 license. This license allows EA to let others view and use the source, but still have ownership. This makes Command & Conquer one of […]

EA goes green with The Sims 4 Eco Lifestyle expansion

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EA and Maxis revealed a brand new feature overview trailer for the upcoming The Sims 4 Eco Lifestyle expansion pack, coming to PC, Mac, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One systems on June 5. In The Sims 4 Eco Lifestyle, Sims can embrace a more sustainable lifestyle and make a positive impact on their community and the environment. The expansion pack introduces Evergreen Harbor, a unique new world where Sims have […]

2019 In Review: Top Laptops to Purchase

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We are back again with our list of most popular laptops of this year. This list will cover some of the best machines on the market that money can buy, based on the type you are after.

Argonus and the Gods of Stone releases next month

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Back in May this year, independent developer Zojoi announced their next game called Argonus and the Gods of Stone. The developer known for Shadowgate, the cult classic adventure game, will be releasing their all-new adventure game next month. Similar to Shadowgate, there will be puzzles to solve but this is not a point-and-click game. You will be able to explore the world of Ancient Greece in first-person to complete your […]

PAXAUS Indie Showcase: Paradigm

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At PAX Australia, I had the opportunity to play Paradigm – a point and click adventure game by Jacob Janerka and Jonas Kjellberg. The game is set on the fictional planet, Krusz, where DUPA Genetics makes and sell designer children to families. You play as Paradigm, one of the designer children. However, due to a mishap during Paradigm’s birth left him horribly disfigured. DUPA Genetics then dumps Paradigm in a barren wasteland […]

PAXAUS Indie Showcase: Wildfire

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At PAX Australia, I had the opportunity to play the latest game from Sneaky Bastards, Wildfire, a 2D-platforming stealth game, where players must use the elements to elude and hide from enemies while saving your village. Players are able to start fires to scare enemies, freeze water, and even move grass to create new hiding spots. The game allows players to either play stealthy – avoiding all combat, or play aggressively […]

PAXAUS Indie Showcase: The Adventure Pals

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  The Adventure Pals is a 2D platforming game developed by Massive Monster, that was kickstarted in August of this year. The game revolves around a boy, his friend giraffe and pet rock, who are on an epic quest to save is Papa from being turned into a hotdog, by the nefarious Mr. B…..yep. Featured on the PAX Australia Indie Showcase, The Adventure Pals plays like most platformers today, introducing new mechanics and features […]

PAXAUS Indie Showcase: Objects in Space

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Flat Earth Games makes a return to PAX Australia, but this time as part of the Indie Showcase. We had the chance to catch up and play their upcoming game – Objects in Space.  Objects in Space is a space-trading game, where players have to make end’s meat by traversing Apollo – a large star system, doing odd jobs. The game is pretty much Firefly without the western-theme. Although the genre is a […]

New Maps and Features coming to Overwatch

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Along with the reveal of Sombra, Blizzard Entertainment are looking to introduce new game types, maps and features to Overwatch. Quickplay now has a single hero limit, and a new Arcade section will be introduced This section gathers multiple playlists on one page, and now rewards you for getting 3 wins in a playlist, giving you the chance to earn up to 3 more lootboxes each week. 1v1 Mystery Duel will be added, where each […]

PAXAUS Indie Showcase: The Eyes of Ara

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As part of PAX Australia’s Indie Showcase, 100 Stones Interactive were on display with their upcoming adventure-puzzle game – The Eyes of Ara. The game takes place within a castle on a small secluded island, where the player has to explore and uncover the hidden mystery within. The game itself has a strong astrology/astronomy-centred theme, where most of the puzzles featured the western zodiacs and known space nebula. We had the opportunity to […]