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Review: Broken Roads (PC)

One of my favourite things about Broken Roads is that every second sentence there’s a word that’s highlighted, and you can press a button to see a little pop-up explaining what that word means. That word is inevitably a piece of Australian English, and the developers felt the need to include a complete glossary so that non-Australians could figure out what was actually being said. Related reading: We need more games that are not Japanese or “Western” in culture and theme. In every other way, Broken Roads plays out like a classic Fallout (as in, before Fallout 3) or Wasteland.…

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Review: Broken Roads (PC)

One of my favourite things about Broken Roads is that every second sentence there’s a word that’s highlighted, and you can press…

Review: ArcRunner (Nintendo Switch)

In hindsight, I probably shouldn’t have played ArcRunner. While it looks the part of a cyberpunk dystopia, the game itself was clearly…

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Gadget Review: SteelSeries Arctis Nova 4X headset

With the cost of living what it is, premium-grade luxuries like sound equipment are surely one of the things that people are choosing to go without. Meanwhile, mid-quality sound equipment, which gets close enough without breaking the bank, must surely be enjoying a renaissance. After all, in a world this horrible and increasingly stressful, finding opportunities for escapism is important,…

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