PAT PILCHER discovers a rarity: a game that you can happily play on your phone that’s immersive and entertaining over the long haul.
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If you want fancy dying over and over but always getting the chance to respawn, this game’s for you, writes PAT PILCHER.
HANNAH LEE doesn’t like coffee but she does like this engaging and creative visual novel about death and necromancy in Melbourne.
BRONWYN JAMES reviews a unique and very slimy game that will appeal to all those who would like to be a monster.
DAMIAN REID sometimes appreciates a story with his gaming and this one has eye-gouging Japanese serial killers. What’s not to like?
Mythical afterlives of Egypt, new weapons, giant scorpions… DAMIAN REID sets out on a mission to appease the Pharaohs and bring peace to Thebes.
Sir Issac Newton claimed “If I have seen further it is by standing on the shoulders of giants”. DAVID BUTTERFIELD checks out the world of video game emulation with the open source emulator RetroArch to see for himself the giant shoulders modern games stand on.
DAMIAN REID gets reacquainted with a remake from a simpler age of gaming . But can it live up to memory?