Category Archives: Review
As the rawDLC ranks continue to grow, local Sydney writer Alex Raso steps forward to take a look at the next annual Magic the Gathering card game on PC, will it manage to beat last years excellent experience? Read on to find out!
Excited to get my hacky-slashy on again, I jumped into the first few hours of Yaiba: Ninja Gaiden Z when a familiar feeling arose. Rage. Intense, cheap gameplay, unbalanced enemy fuelled rage. I’d experienced it before and hoped it would subside. It didn’t. Screw you, Yaiba.
Now that Hearthstone has made its way out of beta and into the real world, it’s time to see what’s on the cards. Josh shuffles the deck and delves deep into both the PC and iPad versions and plays the hand he’s dealt from this no money down release. Does free really mean free?
Thief is a tough title to review. It’s a strange experience with not as much freedom as you’d expect. We throw in our two-cent’s worth before Garrett picks them out of our pockets. Josh shakes off his fanboy-ism to see if this reboot is a steal to treasure always or not.
Our sincerest apologies to the faithful but we regretfully have postpone this week’s Batman: Arkham Origins podcast due to Dave’s reoccurring back issues. We’ll be back, full strength, 8pm next Wednesday AEDST with the rawDLC live feed.