Destiny, you can’t avoid it. Especially if you’ve been anywhere near the internet over the last few weeks, months, years.
Direct from Bungie, the people that crafted the Halo universe and gave birth to the iconic Master Chief comes a new IP, a new brand, a new experience. It was unveiled as a massively connected sci-fi shooter in the vein of Borderlands and to some extent Far Cry. The last two years have been bare in terms of concrete information, but the Alpha, Beta and the touted $500 million dollar marketing spend made it a hot topic all the way up to release.
Of course with great power comes great responsibility and even though Destiny has had an incredibly successful launch the voices that are being heard the loudest are those that aren’t happy. Reviewers and players alike have been denouncing Destiny as repetitive and short lived, but I don’t think they’re the target audience or at base level perhaps really get it. Continue reading
It was a bittersweet experience getting an invite to the Sony press conference at this year’s Tokyo Game Show, but then I remembered fellow Kiwi Ben (living in Japan) was actually going to attend, so we managed to get him queue-jumping instead. Here is his takeaway from the weird and wonderful world of gaming in Tokyo…
Wow. I am still reeling from the mind boggling amount of awesomeness I bore witness to at this years Tokyo Game Show. The new generation of consoles may have been slow off the mark in terms of games, but the drought is nearly over! I don’t have enough space to go into every game I saw, so I will run through my top picks of the show. Continue reading
Take a winning formula in one genre, swish it up a bit and turn it into something entirely different. So, I guess the question we need to answer is this.
Does Plants vs Zombies Garden Warfare blossom like a winner at the Chelsea flower show or fall to pieces like an extra on the Walking Dead? Continue reading
Another month passes and that means we are a month closer to getting stuck into The Witcher 3 : Wild Hunt.
A 35 minute gameplay demo has been thrown out into the wild, so, grab a drink, some popcorn, a comfy chair and enjoy.
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is scheduled to launch across Australia & New Zealand on February 24th, 2015 and will be available on PC, PlayStation®4 and Xbox One.
A rollercoaster of emotions that a game should not be able to bring up.
I’ve been itching to replay The Last of Us since reviewing the PS3 version last year and that itch was something I had to ignore ever since I heard about the remastered version heading towards the PS4.
Arguably the best game of the last generation given the HD treatment and bundled with its DLC – what could go wrong? Absolutely nothing, there it is, the best just got better, period. Continue reading
Our own homegrown mini-E3 is hoving quickly into view and having missed out on last year’s trip to Sydney, I’m actually getting quite excited…
EB Games are thrilled to announce a huge line up of unreleased games will be making their Australian debut at this year’s EB Games Expo. The EB Expo 2014 will be held at Sydney Showground, Sydney Olympic Park, October 3 to 5. For tickets go to www.ebexpo.com.au
Full press release after the break… Continue reading