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EB Expo: The Bomb Squad’s Most Anticipated!

With EB Expo 2015 just a little over a month away, the Bomb Squad share what they’re most looking forward to getting their nimble hands on while doing the rounds on the convention floor. Tegan (@MissJonesandI) Fallout 4: Anyone who knows me is already well aware of how unhealthily excited I am for this game. Playable or not, I…

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Diablo III Patch 2.3.0: Sescheron, Kanai’s Cube & more!

The brand new patch for Diablo III has finally landed in Australia and New Zealand on PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4! Here’s the lowdown on some of the new features that Blizzard have introduced to the game. New zone: The Ruins of Sescheron The frozen wasteland that is the Ruins of Sescheron are now open for exploration! Filled…

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WIN: A Double Pass to the Indie Gems Film Festival

The Indie Gems Film Festival is back for the sixth year in a row and this time the focus is on the latest incredible independent Australian releases. The festival runs from the 11-13 of September at the Riverside Theatre in Parramatta and features a host of local talent including a glimpse at some up and coming young filmmakers in the student…

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Video Games Live Sydney

After flitting around for the past several years, Video Games Live has finally reached Australian shores for a couple of shows along the East Coast. We were fortunate enough to catch the Sydney show that played last week. Video game symphonic productions aren’t anything new, but what sets VGL apart from typical orchestral renditions of game music is that…

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REVIEW: SteamWorld Dig: A Fistful of Dirt

SteamWorld Dig: A Fistful of Dirt is a steam-punk indie title from independent Swedish developer Image & Form Games, known as the team who brought us SteamWorld Heist, Anthill: Ants Ain’t Saints and SteamWorld Tower Defense (I’m detecting a theme here). This game was released back in August of 2013 in the Nintendo eShop but due to it’s popularity and critical acclaim from the likes of…

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Black Ops 3 Multiplayer Beta Impressions

As the end of the year approaches as does a plethora of video game titles. Amongst these goliaths of video gaming stands a very familiar face, a game that has sold over 175 million copies to date. Yep, I’m talking about Call of Duty.  Luckily for me I was able to get my hands on a juicy Multiplayer Beta…

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The Sims 4: Cool Kitchen Stuff Review

The kitchen has long been labelled as the heart of the home, and in The Sims 4, where Sims eat, socialise, and occasionally die in their kitchens, this is no different. Cool Kitchen Stuff is the third Stuff Pack available for The Sims 4, providing a fresh bundle of kitchen-related objects and clothing items for your decorating and styling…

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Geek Out and About: Scitech Adults Only

The SciTech Discovery Centre is Perth’s science & technology playground, where kids of all ages can go to learn about how things work, or even to just get a visual or hands-on experience of things they would otherwise only learn about from a book. With around 3 million visitors since its opening in 1988, it’s known to the locals…

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Bonus Stage 5th Edition Review

A few weeks ago I was invited by my dear friend and fellow bomber, Tegan, to the 5th edition of the monthly comedic gaming show known as Bonus Stage. Now I must admit I was skeptical at first. Making someone laugh is a hard thing achieve, especially when it’s about gaming and pop culture; something near and dear to…

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The Sims 4 Spa Day Game Pack Review

Game Packs are a new creation for The Sims 4, serving as the middle ground between the series’ iconic (and numerous) Expansion Packs, which are heavily focused on gameplay elements; and Stuff Packs, which instead focus on fleshing out Create-A-Sim and Build Mode with extra objects. The Sims 4 Spa Day Game Pack is the second Game Pack to…

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