Australian Game Industry Generates $4 Billion In 2018

A new report from Australia's Interactive Games & Entertainment Association shows that that Australian game industry is growing. The organisation announced today that consumer spending on video games reached $4.029 billion in 2018; that's up by 25 percent over 2017's spending. By comparison, the United States video game industry generated $43.4 billion in 2018. Digital […]

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A Plague Tale: Innocence Review – Light The Way

One of the most macabre scenes in A Plague Tale: Innocence is the eponymous plague, manifesting in the form of cursed rats. These vermin have a malevolent, otherworldly presence, their incessant screeching and scratching on stone pavements and atop piles of corpses making for a nightmarish, cacophonous din. Like sewage sludge, these creatures pour out […]

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Observation Review – Space Madness

In Observation you play as SAM (Systems Administration and Maintenance), the AI assistant of a space station that represents the joint efforts of Europe, China, and Russia. Your abilities are limited by your absence of a corporeal form–for most of the game you're controlling the cameras dotted around the station and interacting with any computers […]

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Mario Kart Tour Closed Beta Raises F2P Concerns

Mario Kart TourFollowYou're Good to Go! Collapse The mobile spin-off Mario Kart Tour has just launched its closed beta, available to select users who pre-registered. Those early impressions are giving us some of our first indications for what to expect from this new type of Mario Kart game. On the whole, it seems like a […]

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