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Sea of thieves

Yo-ho, yo-ho a pirate’s life for me! Enlist a crew, raise the anchor and set sail in this expansive open world title from renowned game studio – Rare. I remember seeing the trailer for this game when visitig EBExpo last year and have been intrigued ever since. Labelled a Pirate MMO, Sea of Thieves boasts, “Everything you need to live ... Read More »

Black Panther Movie Review

Opening with a huge box office superhero movie and a epic debut that welcomes him to the Marvel Cinemagtic Universe, Black Panther kicking down doors in multiplexes all around the world and wowing audiences that range from wide eyed kids being taken to their first blockbuster, seasoned fans to entire families wondering what all the fuss is about. This sure exceeded ... Read More »

Star Wars: The Last Jedi

For the fans, December is no longer remembered for the fat man in a red suit. December is now remembered for the night that everyone decides that watching a movie is more important than sleep and work the next day. December this year – specifically the 14th – an annual pilgrimage to the theatre to watch and amaze, that is, ... Read More »

Justice League Review

Justice League The Review   This long anticipated movie ten years in the making has finally hit the cinemas across Australia and the question on everyones lips, ‘Did he finally do it? Did Zack Snyder get his ducks in a row and actually produce a film that would by and large please everyone?’ The short answer seems to be, no. ... Read More »

A special Thor’s day

2011 saw the Marvel Cinematic Universe have a thundering entrance into cinemas with the first introduction of Thor. With Chris Hemsworth leading a star studded cast, there was little that could match the films mighty power in the box office. The film opened a portal that allowed a look into an intricate storyline that was presented well with amazing visuals ... Read More »

PAX Au Indie Spotlight – Projection – Shadowplay Studios

A shadow puppet adventure about light manipulation, curiosity and lost art. Projection is a game in which you control a light to cast shadows that can be used as physical platforms. To solve puzzles, explore new and wonderful worlds rooted in the historic tradition and the forgotten art of shadow puppetry with both Indonesian and Chinese roots from the team. ... Read More »

PAX Au Indie Spotlight – The Gardens Between – The Voxel Agents

The Gardens between is a beautiful, smooth, curious, story driven, indie puzzler crafted from nostalgia by The Voxel Agents (Train conductor world, Puzzle retreat) Available for Steam on PC or Mac in Q3, 2018. The Gardens Between is definitely on my watch list. Gifted with the chance to play about a 30min demo of the game, I was introduced to ... Read More »

Destiny 2

Take arms Guardians! The tower has fallen and it’s time we fight back! Ok, setting my exotic pulse rifle aside and taking my helmet off, time for the lowdown of Destiny 2. The long awaited sequel to Destiny was met with great anticipation. Especially for those who first played it, including me. Fighting off the likes of Crota and Oryx, ... Read More »

EB Expo 2017

EB Expo has come and gone this year and for a bit of a scene change, was held at the Gold Coast convention and exhibition centre. Lucky enough to get a media pass for my first time ever at the expo, I headed in early Saturday morning to see the setup before the doors opened. Like a shopping centre before ... Read More »

Retro Movie Review: Blade Runner

Blade Runner is a cult sci-fi classic released in 1982 directed by the acclaimed Ridley Scott. The movie follows protagonist Rick Decker (Harrison Ford) as he peruses six replicants which are described as bio-robotic androids. These replicants look identical to adult humans and are used as slaves or for menial duties but have superior strength, speed and agility among other ... Read More »