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Nathanael is a gamer and writer in Melbourne, Australia. You'll likely find him either up to his eyeballs in RPG lore, or spending way too long in any character creator. In his spare time he also rides motorbikes and sword-fights competitively.
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Fall Guys Review (PC) – The Battle Royale antidote we all need

We are through the looking glass here, people. The Battle Royale genre began with military shooters more serious than the nightly news,...

Death Stranding PC release – It’s so hard to make connections

“It’s so hard to make connections when you can’t shake hands” - Troy Baker’s Higgs says this early on in Death Stranding to...

Death Stranding PC Preview – Just Keep Swimming

It’s been over half a year since Death Stranding was delivered (pun intended) to our PS4 systems by Kojima Productions. The hotly...

Hands-on with LG’s new 1ms gaming monitors

On a Tuesday afternoon in Sydney, through Surrey Hills and down Wentworth avenue, down a flight of stairs behind Chin Chin bar...

Monster Hunter: World – Iceborne – Final Review

Monster Hunter: World - Iceborne is a game for veterans. Hunters who have fought their way through the campaign of last year’s...

Age of Wonders: Planetfall Review – We aren’t in the Milky Way anymore

I’ve always been a strategy gaming armchair general. I’ve loved to watch how the 4X genre has evolved over the years to...

Total War: Three Kingdoms Review – Made in China

Total War: Three Kingdoms is one of the first stand-alone Total War titles since Creative Assembly went full-fantasy with Total War: Warhammer and...

Check out these custom PCs at IEM 2019

For IEM 2019, Intel has brought hardware vendors and brand partners from all over the country to Sydney.  Nowhere is that more evident than the show...

IEM Sydney has a PC parts vending machine

IEM Sydney is about a lot of things, for some people it's about the thrill of a hard-fought match of Counter Strike or Overwatch. For...

Days Gone Review Updated – 800 Days Gone

A few months ago I played Days Gone for the first time and I was pleasantly impressed by its open world, attention to detail and...