Month: January 2019

6 minute read

Why You Should Watch Mob Psycho 100

While webcomic writer ONE is probably best known for his extremely popular series One Punch Man, he is also the author of another slightly lesser known story, Mob Psycho 100. From a cursory glance, the two are very similar, both […]

8 minute read

YIIK: A Postmodern RPG review – Philosophy and Monotony

“That’s so deep, bro” : The game YIIK (pronounced as Y2K, not Yik) is a new JRPG set in America in 1999, that is currently available on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation4 and Steam. Enter a crazy new world where you become […]

5 minute read

PAX AUS 2018 Standouts: An Aspie Life by Bradley Hennessy

PAX Australia last year showcased tons of new indie games to the public, some of which brought to light issues surrounding accessibility and inclusivity to the forefront. The PAX Rising area was even brought to the entrance of the show […]

7 minute read

Black Mirror: Bandersnatch Review | A Flawed Experiment

In the wake of Telltale Game’s closure, there is certainly something of a vacuum for engaging interactive fiction. That is not to say the genre is completely dead, as other series like Life is Strange and the work of Quantum […]

17 minute read

Three Must Watch Anime from 2018

2018 was quite a good year for Japanese cartoons. We’ve reached a point with most mediums where better distribution platforms have led to a renaissance of great entertainment. Finally, creators are far less shackled by the constraints of publishing and […]

9 minute read

Our Ultimate Gaming Recommendations From 2018

2018 was a pretty monumental year for gaming, with some huge AAA releases and indie surprise packages, gracing our consoles with their mere presence. With that in mind I asked our esteemed group of contributors to choose their favourite game […]