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Note: This impression is based on the Open Beta of DOOM which is multiplayer only. If there was a playable Demo of a portion of the Single Player, this would be a much more accurate reflection of the end product. But alas, the multiplayer sucks. Today, Bethesda and iD Software released the Open Beta of their latest reboot in the DOOM franchise, DOOM. This latest DOOM is supposed to be the next coming in video games, and judging by the visuals, you’d be hard-pressed to argue that a decent amount of effort wasn’t put into the game. Thanks to how heavily marketed this game is (we seriously have advertisements in train stations near where I live for this game), it’s … Continue reading
Gust deserve some credit when it comes to Nights of Azure. This is the first time they have attempted an action RPG and the game is quite a solid effort. Released in 2015 in Japan for the PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita and PlayStation 3, Koei Tecmo has brought the game to the West as a PlayStation 4 exclusive. What we get from Nights of Azure is a solid hac and slash action RPG with some interesting elements to add to the classic combo gameplay. With that said, it’s quite easy to power through the game and the story needed some more work. It does have a great soundtrack but the art style is a little bland. The story centres around … Continue reading
Very recently, the video game development studio, Digital Homicide, has engaged in a lawsuit against the big-man former-Destructoid journalist, Jim Sterling (real name: James Nicholas Stanton). The lawsuit is in regards to what the developers believe is Jim Sterling publishing false allegations towards them and inciting a mob to attack, harass and possibly endanger the developers and their family. Below is an excerpt from their page detailing why they are going ahead with their lawsuit. I have been falsely accused of: Stealing artwork Stealing assets Flipping projects with no work put in Doxing Had products misrepresented with intention to do damage Of illegally using another companies name Conducting illegal business activities Impersonating someone Being incompetent and unable to perform my job … Continue reading
The PlayStation 4 is continuing its dominance in the Australian gaming market by being the best selling console in 2015. Check out all the details below. — PLAYSTATION®4 TRIUMPHS IN 2015 WITH RECORD BREAKING YEAR IN AUSTRALIA Strongest Festive Season in Australian PlayStation History, Steady Growth and Record Breaking Software Sales Reported in 2015 PS4 the No. 1 selling home console for 2015 PS4 accounts for 59% of the current generation market value Sydney, Australia, 2nd March 2016: As Sony Computer Entertainment Australia (SCE Aust.) looks towards 2016 with the promise of ground breaking innovation, great games and all round home entertainment services, the company releases 2015 [CY] results demonstrating record breaking momentum. In accordance with NPD Group Australia data, … Continue reading
No Man’s Sky has a release date and a special edition. See all the info below. — Players will officially be able to start exploring the virtually infinite universe of No Man’s Sky when it releases in Australia on the 22nd June, 2016! Pre-orders are available on physical editions (Blu-ray) from major electronic retailers from today for RRP$99.95. In No Man’s Sky, players journey from the farthest depths of space to answer the call of an irresistible mystery at the centre of the galaxy. Plot your course through a living, breathing universe on an unprecedented scale and discover new worlds from a possible 18,446,744,073,709,551,616 unique planets. Uncover new species, gather precious resources and forever mark your celestial realms on the galactic map for … Continue reading
Rainbow Moon is a well thought out love letter by SideQuest Studios to all things great about the old school RPG. In a world where the role playing genre of video games push the boundaries of gameplay and visuals, Rainbow Moon sticks with the simplistic, yet enduring gaming elements of years past. First released in 2012 for the PlayStation 3 and seeing a second release in in 2013 on the PlayStation Vita, this third release on the PlayStation 4 combines an easy to learn, yet tricky to master strategic combat system, quirky and bright visuals and a strong soundtrack makes Rainbow Moon a game worth checking out. Unfortunately, don’t expect the plot or characters to be spellbinding, an element that … Continue reading
Broforce has won the vote to be included in the March Playstation Plus lineup. See below for more details. — February saw the epic return of PlayStation® Plus Vote to Play, giving power to the players to choose the games of their choice to join the March games roster. The players’ voices have now been heard and Broforce beat the competition to the pip for the chance to make a splash in the gaming world and win the second ever round of Vote to Play. The manic-action 2D shooter Broforce went up against stiff competition with Assault Android Cactus by Brisbane indie-start-up Witch Beam and Action Henk! by Rage Squid. Broforce ultimately won voters over with its part-irreverent spoof and … Continue reading