LATEST NEWS ARTICLES (Last updated: 26/4/2015)
  • Konami pulls P.T. from PSN, Silent Hills cancelled? Update: Confirmed
  • Activision unveil Call of Duty: Black Ops 3, due out this November
  • Electronic Arts show off Star Wars Battlefront, due out mid November
  • Tidbits: Supanova Weekend, Star Ocean 5 announced, Witcher 3 goes gold
  • Project Cars to get free DLC, including Lykan Hypersport from Fast 7

    PS4 REVIEW: Borderlands: Handsome Collection
    This compilation includes two of the best last-gen games, Borderlands 2 and Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel in one package with improved visuals, and all the DLC. This is an essential release.
    PS4 REVIEW: Ride
    Motorbike racing games are pretty rare but Italian developers Milestone have released this racing game which includes over 100 customisable motorbikes to use over multiple events. A review.
    BLU-RAY REVIEW: Wild Card
    While Jason Statham is starring in Fast and Furious 7 in cinemas this month, he has another film coming direct to Blu-Ray. In Wild Card he has a bodyguard trying to make a living in Las Vegas.
    BLU-RAY REVIEW: Gallipoli (TV mini-series)
    With ANZAC day a little over a week away there is no better time to check out this fantastic TV series which perfectly captures the horrific experience these young men went through a century ago.
    BLU-RAY REVIEW: Interstellar
    Director Christopher Nolan seems to do no wrong at the moment with the brilliant Dark Knight trilogy and Inception to his name. Now he's turning his hand to saving mankind as we travel to another planet.
    BLU-RAY REVIEW: Silicon Valley
    While not many would have seen this TV show due to it being on PayTV here in Australia, we can tell you right now it's a show based in the biggest tech centers around the globe, and it's fantastic.
    BLU-RAY REVIEW: John Wick
    Keanu Reeves is back in what could be his best role since Neo in the Matrix. Here he plays a retired hitman who, well, is brought back into his former life when he is attacked by some thugs.
    BLU-RAY REVIEW: Hunger Games: Mockingjay Pt. 1
    The third Hunger Games film takes a dramatic departure from previous outings, the games are over and the rebellion is rising. This is another magnificent film given a great Blu-Ray release.
    PS4 REVIEW: The Order: 1886
    From developers Ready At Dawn, who brought us Daxter and the God of War titles on PSP, comes this all new PS4 exclusive game. Its technically stunning, but sadly lacking in some areas.
    PS4 REVIEW: Evolve
    From Turtle Rock Studios comes this online shooter which sees 4 players playing humans tracking down a monster. The twist; a fifth player can play as the monster. It's not perfect, but has fun moments.
    PS4 REVIEW: Saints Row IV Re-Elected
    We loved this game on PS3, and this PS4 release includes improved visuals, all the PS3 DLC and the new Gat Out Of Hell expansion. This PS4 release is one for those that didn't play the PS3 version.
    BLU-RAY REVIEW: The Judge
    With an all-star cast including Robert Downey Jr., Robert Duvall and Billy Bob Thornton this film sees a man estranged from family having to defend his father, a judge, on a murder charge.
    Set during World War II this film follows the tight-knit tank crew as they battle to survive the war. Brad Pitt puts in a superb performance in this fantastic, albeit quite gory, film.
    PS4 PREVIEW: Armikrog
    After starting life as a Kickstarter project this point and click adventure game from the creator of Earthworm Jim uses stop-motion animation for a unique look. This looks like a fun title.
    PS4 PREVIEW: Final Fantasy Type-0
    PSP owners will remember this game from a few years ago - and likely fondly too as it was a fantastic release in Square-Enix's RPG franchise. This HD remake is one which PS4 owners should keep an eye on.
    PS4 REVIEW: The Crew
    This game actually came out late last year, but after some delays, and waiting for the game to get some patches our review is finally here. Ultimately, and sadly, this game didn't live up to the hype.
    BLU-RAY REVIEW: The Equalizer
    Denzel Washington's latest film sees him playing a former special ops agent who is trying to lead a normal life, however when he meets a young girl trapped as a sex slave he has to step in.
    PS4 REVIEW: Never Alone
    This unique download-only title on PS4 follows an Alaskan girl and a White Fox struggling to survive a journey across the freezing landscape to discover the cause of mysterious winds.
    BLU-RAY REVIEW: Into The Storm
    If you like disaster movies then this latest release is definately worth a watch with some fantastic visual effects and destruction. Fortunately Village Roadshow have provide a stellar transfer.
    PS4 PREVIEW: Bloodborne
    Bloodborne is, without a doubt, one of the most exciting, and important games coming to the PS4 in early 2015. From the creator of Dark Souls and Demons Souls comes this all-new PS4 exclusive.
    PS4 PREVIEW: Wild
    Why is Wild exciting? Well, the creator of Rayman and Beyond Good & Evil Michel Ancel has created his own indie studio and this survival game, Wild, is the result. It already looks gorgeous.
    BLU-RAY REVIEW: These Final Hours
    What would you do if you knew your life, and indeed all life on the planet, would end in only 12 hours? That is the question posed by this wonderful, dramatic, and superb Australian film.
    From master filmmaker Luc Besson comes this film which looks at what happens if we unlock more then the 10% power of our brain. Scarlett Johannson and Morgan Freeman star.
    BLU-RAY REVIEW: The Expendables 3
    The old-school action stars are back yet again, but are recruiting some youngsters as well. This Unrated cut adds more action and gore, and it's quite a bit of fun.
    BLU-RAY REVIEW: Hercules
    Starring Dwayne Johnson - pretty much the closest human to Hercules in stature in the world - this is an interesting, and entertaining, take on the legendary son of Zeus.
    BLU-RAY REVIEW: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
    This latest film has the Producing power of Michael Bay behind it and it shows. A mega budget, spectacular action, and brilliant CG make this worth seeing - oh, and Megan Fox.
    PS4 REVIEW: Far Cry 4
    Ubisoft's open-world shooter is hitting the PS4 for the first time, and it's a fantastic release with some stunning visuals, and tight FPS gameplay. This is one for your collection.
    PS4 REVIEW: Dragon Age: Inquisition
    This is the third game in Bioware's epic RPG franchise and while the second game was a little hit and miss, this third game is as solid as they come. Essential for any RPG game collection.

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