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Spider-Man Review: Does everything a Spider-Man can

Reviewed on: PS4. Copy supplied by publisher. With so many super hero video games released to the masses, and comic book characters’ unparalleled suitability for the transition to gaming, it’s unfortunate that so many of these releases end up ranging from poor to average. Only Rocksteady’s Arkham series has managed to truly do the subject matter justice in recent times. Spider-Ma...[Read More]

Sony confirms Playstation 4.5 is real

At least some of the rumours are true, Sony is indeed developing a Playstation 4.5 as originally reported back in March. Playstation chief Andrew House confirmed the news to the Financial Times, saying the console will support 4K resolutions but stopped short of revealing whether or not it will sport the kind of hardware changes leaked by GiantBomb earlier this year. “[The PS4.5] is intended...[Read More]

Push Me Pull You is about to blow your mind

Ever since the gross alpha gameplay trailer for Push Me Pull You weired people out I have been wetting myself with anticipation waiting to play the game. And good news! Push Me Pull You finally has a release date. The strange wrestling/crime against humanity will be out for PlayStation 4 on May 3rd. Not familiar with the game? You can check out the release date trailer right here: Did you watch th...[Read More]

Custom faceplates coming to PS4

If you are getting tired of your black or white PS4 you can now change things up by getting a custom look for your console with PlayStation’s new range of faceplates. There are four colours available, including neon orange, aqua blue, red and glacier white. Silver and gold will be available for European gamers, but will unfortunately not be for sale in Australia. The plates can be fitted by ...[Read More]

PlayStation 4 drops price in Australia

Today Sony Computer Entertainment Europe (SCEE) announced that the PlayStation 4 500GB console will drop from $549.95AUD to a recommended retail price of $479.95 including GST in Australia. Unsurprisingly the move is coming just in time for Christmas and ahead of the launch of some huge titles, including Call of Duty: Black Ops III, Fallout 4 and Star Wars Battlefront. This move will bring the Ps4...[Read More]

How to survive Until Dawn

– Karly Taylor  I don’t have the words in my limited English vocabulary to fully express how much I loved Until Dawn. I followed its progress from the time it was initially a first person PlayStation 3 game, to the gorgeous cinematic delight it’s become. The dramatic change became obvious in its E3 reveal last year, showcasing the intense SAW-like sequence between two of the eigh...[Read More]

In Memoriam: The Last of Us

– Luke Chandler Welcome to another edition of In Memoriam, The series where we pay our respects to the video game characters that are sadly no longer with us. Today we will be taking a look at the 2013 hit PlayStation 3 game, The Last of Us. This article contains story spoilers. If you are yet to play the game (which I highly recommend you do) stop reading now. Scroll down past this public d...[Read More]

Excited for backwards compatibility? Why not old-school-style new games instead.

– Gordon Starr With the recent release of the Xbox One and Playstation 4 there has been a lot of chatter about the issue of backwards compatibility. Microsoft, to the great applause of its fans, announced that the Xbox One would enable backwards compatibility for Xbox 360 games. Obviously this was a stab at Sony during E3, a stunt designed to generate excitement about their product and incre...[Read More]

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