Month: January 2016

Pocket Mortys: Rick and Morty meets Pokémon

  Have you ever watched an episode of Ricky and Morty and thought to yourself, man, this show is similar to Pokémon? Well it turns out that not only is that an extremely weird thing to think, but you may not be alone in thinking it. A new free to play Pokémon style game entitled Pocket Mortys will be available from January 14 on iOS and Android according to a tweet from the show’s co-cr...[Read More]

Oculus Rift costs more than $1k AUD

  This day has been a long time coming: the consumer model of the Oculus Rift is available to preorder. Since day one the questions on everyone’s mind has been when will we get it and what will it cost us? The answer to the first question is “from March 28” for those who secured their headsets when orders went live at around 3am AEST last night (they’re now saying May ...[Read More]

I don’t play games: Ilana Charnelle plays Gone Home

“I don’t play games” is a feature series where we have a chat with someone who, obviously, doesn’t play games for a particular reason and then ask them to play something that might change their minds.   As an actor, singer and Australian Sign Language interpreter, Ilana Charnelle admits she has her fingers in a lot of pies and is incredibly passionate about a lot of di...[Read More]

Lightning strikes Louis Vuitton

– Nicholas Payne Everyone is losing their shit about Jaden Smith, Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith’s 17-year-old son, wearing a skirt in the latest Louis Vuitton womenswear campaign, but there’s another model in LV’s spring-summer 2016 collection who’s going relatively unnoticed. Final Fantasy XIII protagonist and go-to cosplay mainstay, Lightning aka Claire Farron, also cropped up in the #...[Read More]

Fallout 4’s ending made me feel empty inside

This article contains spoilers for Fallout 4, so turn back now unless you want the ending of Bethesda’s latest RPG nuked for you. After 70 hours of gameplay in the wastelands of Fallout 4 it seemed about time to do something truly repulsive. No, I’m not talking about massacring innocents or eating raw mutant crab meat, I’m talking about picking one of the awful factions and compl...[Read More]

Assassin’s Creed “Empire” to allegedly skip 2016, be set in Egypt

  As it has been an annualised franchise since the release of Assassin’s Creed 2 in 2009, reports that there will be a new Assassin’s game coming out are hardly surprising. According to sources speaking to Kotaku this morning, the next game in the series is codenamed “Empire” and might be set in ancient Egypt, with a possibility of sequels expanding to ancient Rome and...[Read More]

This was easily one of the strangest things I’ve ever played…

Welcome to “January Back Catalogue”, where we’re taking advantage of this quiet release month by catching up on all the games we’ve been meaning to play.   Once the credits started rolling in Dr Langeskov, The Tiger and The Terribly Cursed Emerald: A Whirlwind Heist, I wasn’t quite sure what I had experienced, only that I loved it. I guess I should have known from the title that I was in for...[Read More]

Hard West review: XCOM meets The Good, The Bad & The Ugly

Welcome to “January Back Catalogue”, where we’re taking advantage of this quiet release month by catching up on all the games we’ve been meaning to play.   Many of you may not know about Hard West, a turn-based strategy title from Creative Forge games, that released on Steam way back on November 19. That day ring a bell? It should, it was the launch day of Star Wars Battlefront and anyt...[Read More]

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