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Games to Watch, July to September 2014

Jun 30 2014 03:04 PM | WalrusKing in Feature Articles

July to September of 2014 sees a fantastic range of new games gracing almost all of our favourite gaming platforms. With RPG's ranging from Sacred 3 and Tales of Xillia 2 to sports games, Destiny and some much anticipated re-releases coming to current-gen consoles, there is definitely plenty for everyone to get excited about in just the next few months.



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Games to Watch, April to June 2014

Mar 31 2014 04:07 AM | WalrusKing in Feature Articles

The next three months of gaming are filled with some huge action and adventure titles scattered with a classic racer and some old-school, intense shooters in the mix. Q2 2014 undoubtedly brings a good balance between brand new IPs and exciting game sequels that are sure to keep you on your toes no matter what your favourite gaming platorms are.



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PS3 Games to Watch, October to December 2013

Sep 30 2013 04:15 AM | WalrusKing in Feature Articles

The PS4 might be just around the corner but the PS3's not done yet either. As has been the case for each of Sony's home consoles, there are still plenty of great games to play on the PS3 up to and past the launch of the next generation.



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PlayStation 3 Games You Should Not Miss

Mar 17 2014 08:36 PM | Axe99 in Feature Articles

With the transition from last-gen's PlayStation 3 to the now current-gen PlayStation 4 heavily underway, Good Game ANZ lists their top seven picks for must-play PlayStation 3 exclusives that everyone should get into while it's still hot.


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Sponsored Article: Titanfall

Mar 16 2014 05:50 AM | GraphicX in Feature Articles

The next big thing in first-person shooters is here to move the genre forward in mech-sized leaps and bounds.



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