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0 CommentsPosted by Will Muscat on January 18, 2015 under Featured, Xbox, Xbox One Reviews
I’m a pretty big Rugby fan, I coached a season for my sons under 6 team last year, so the prospect of a Rugby title on the Xbox One was an exciting one. Unfortunately it’s an opportunity I feel has been missed by the developers and this could be the most disappointing sports title I’ve ever played. Gameplay At its core the game of Rugby is pretty simple, shift the ball and try to make yo... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Tyler Chancey on January 15, 2015 under Featured, Nintendo Wii, Nintendo Wii U Reviews
Nintendo really knows how to give their characters identity outside of their respective franchises. Luigi gets to bust ghosts inside a haunted mansion. Yoshi gets his own adventures where he protects Baby Mario and scarfs down fruit. Donkey Kong protects his own entire island from evil reptiles. And now it's Toad's turn with his very own standalone puzzle game. Does it have enough substance for it... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Tyler Chancey on January 13, 2015 under Feature Articles
It has been a few months since the launch of Bungie's hyped online shooter, Destiny. If you recall from our review here, we weren't exactly impressed. But with the release of the game's first expansion, a series of patches, and enough time for the hype machine to die down, Destiny seems to digging in for the long haul...at least until the announced sequel comes out. But has Destiny improved since ... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Will Muscat on January 13, 2015 under Featured, Xbox, Xbox One Reviews
Another year and another chance to lay the smack down! And for the first time on a next gen console. It is also the second entry from 2K and it is possibly the best one yet... not counting my fond memories of WWF No Mercy on the N64 anyway. Gameplay It was rumored prior to release there would be a noticeable change in gameplay direction. A few popped up claiming this iteration would be more St... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Tyler Chancey on January 11, 2015 under 3DS Reviews, Featured, Nintendo 3DS
The year of remakes continues! Between The Last of Us, Tomb Raider and Grand Theft Auto 5, this year has seen a lot more of the same, and it seems that Nintendo is no stranger to that trend this year with their Pokemon series. Oddly enough, the remake this year is of their third generation, Ruby and Sapphire, which throughout its near twenty-year history is considered by most of the fandom to be t... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Tyler Chancey on January 8, 2015 under Feature Articles
Happy New Year everybody and welcome to 2015! A lot of of things have happened in gaming for better or for worse this year and as per tradition, we are going to get personal before we get professional. So read on for the AAG staff's personal top 3 games of 2014. Will Muscat 1. Far Cry 4 When I speak of last generation Far Cry 3 is right up there as one of my most played and most loved games. ... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Tyler Chancey on December 5, 2014 under Featured, Nintendo Wii, Nintendo Wii U Reviews
Transparency Notes: Super Smash Bros. for Wii U has support for Amiibo figurines. In order to test these features several figures were bought out of pocket. This review is based off of the retail version not provided by the publisher. About a month or so ago I took a look at Super Smash Bros. for 3DS. I won't rehash my thoughts on the game, but I did state that the game's bigger console version h... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Tyler Chancey on December 4, 2014 under Featured, Playstation, PS4 Reviews
To say that BioWare has redeemed the Dragon Age series after the troubled rushed production that was Dragon Age 2 is an understatement. Not only is Inquisition their largest production to date, not only is it one of their most ambitious projects, but it's also the premier of their dark fantasy RPG series on the new generation of consoles. And despite some pretty glaring issues, this instalment man... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Tyler Chancey on November 25, 2014 under Feature Articles
To those few but dedicated Wii U lovers out there, Mario Kart 8 came out with the first of two planned packs of DLC. Since this is review season and the holidays are right around the corner, in lieu of an official review, I'm just going to be upfront and tell you why I think, in no particular order, the pack is just plain fun and worth going back to the wacky kart racer. Old Tracks Have Come... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Will Muscat on November 25, 2014 under Featured, Xbox, Xbox One Reviews
They say there are three things in life that are certain: the sun goes does each night, comes up each morning, and we all die eventually. You could argue that there is now a fourth, every November Call of Duty is released to the masses and it sells like hotcakes regardless of how little is done to change it. This year is no different except with preorders down compared to previous outings. However... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Tyler Chancey on November 16, 2014 under Feature Articles
In case you haven't read recently, Assassin's Creed: Unity is kind of a buggy mess. Graphical glitches and framerate problems have been reported across both PS4 and Xbox One versions. Ubisoft have officially apologized for releasing the game in such a state and are currently working around the clock to fix and update the experience. In some ways, this is a good sign. Assassin's Creed is a very po... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Tyler Chancey on November 16, 2014 under Featured, Playstation, PS4 Reviews
I desperately want to like Assassin's Creed: Unity. Ubisoft's popular historical fiction sandbox series has always, despite ups and down throughout the years, been able to make something technically novel that can keep my attention for many hours. Yet, despite the many improvements to the formula, Unity somehow manages to be not just a poor next-gen experience but one of the weaker installments in... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Craig Cirillo on November 7, 2014 under Feature Articles
The explosive growth seen in the online pokie craze was not unexpected. Australian's have for a long time now been playing pokies at land based casinos and pokie parlours across Australia. The ease of playing online coupled with the anonymity as well as the sheer variety have become powerful motivators to draw Aussies away from conventional establishments where they might normally play pokies. Pl... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Tyler Chancey on October 29, 2014 under Featured, Nintendo Wii, Nintendo Wii U Reviews
In 2009, Platinum Games' Bayonetta became one of the newest benchmarks of high adrenaline action brawler games and a pleasant mainstream success for the team. It didn't sell as much as the newest Call of Duty but thanks to some watertight combat and an entire marketing campaign showing off Bayonetta, both in terms of sex appeal and her ability to kick tail, an audience came. When you have very elo... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Craig Cirillo on October 29, 2014 under Feature Articles
The two worlds might seem conceptually opposed, but there are actually a lot of similarities between the industries. Beyond the fact that both offer a digital escape from the boredom of reality, mobile betting apps and the gaming world's equivalent take a lot of inspiration from each other. One obvious area in which mobile betting operators such as Unibet have taken some pointers from the gaming ... more.