I don’t feel comfortable. Maybe it’s my anxiety, but I’m not so sure. My palms are sweaty. My breathing escalates. I feel their eyes on me. You don’t belong here, they snicker. I pause. Well . . . Why don’t I belong here? I’m talking about my recent visits to.
Wargaming invests in the Indie market. If you were playing games back in the 90’s then the name “Wargaming” is probably familiar to you. The company produced much loved titles like, World of Tanks, World of Warships and Masters of Orion. Older computer gamers and real time strategy fans would.
I am a long-time fan of short films. I remember a golden era growing up when, once a year, an Australian newspaper would include a DVD with all the finalist films from Tropfest Australia; the local branch of the world’s largest short film festival. The Tropfest DVD would be an.
Doctor Who’s sonic screwdriver (which doubles as a TV remote). Jon Snow’s sword from Game of Thrones. Katniss’s mockingjay pin from The Hunger Games. Dumbledore’s wand. Replicas of Dean’s beloved Impala from Supernatural. What do these things have in common? Well, they were all at Sydney’s Oz Comic-Con. Comic-Con parades.
Its that time of year again, with Pax Aus looming on the Melbourne horizon, Sydney has become the first stop for entertainment news. This weekend nerds have been flooding in from across the country to get the first news and top listed game demos all here at EB Expo. With.
It sure has been a big year for video games about teenagers. Since February we have been getting a steady stream of episodes of the high-school, time travel, mystery girl drama game, Life Is Strange. Now we have the Playstation 4 exclusive, adolescent-hunting horror of Until Dawn. Until Dawn has.
Pokemon GO! (Gotta catch ‘em all?) Nintendo seems to be making a big splash on the mobile gaming scene with one of its top grossing game series ‘Pokemon’. Making the move to mobile titles seems to be the safest road for Nintendo to make, due to the overwhelming success and.
Surrealism isn’t really something we see a lot of in mainstream gaming. It’s a pity, because I really adore surrealist art in other media, be it the works of David Lynch or the film clips for Tool songs. In fact, up until recently, the only game I could really think.
Who amongst us can honestly say that they don’t enjoy a good murder mystery? From the ‘whodunnits’ of an Agatha Christy novel, to the ‘locked room’ mysteries of BBC’s Jonathan Creek – the murder mystery narrative has a long-running and deep history within our culture. It is a style of.
A recent study has all but confirmed the bleeding obvious: men who abuse women online are literally losers. The study, conducted by Michael Kasumovic and Jeffrey Kuznekoff, from the University of New South Wales and Miami University, looked at how male and female gamers interacted during 163 online Halo 3.