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Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture Review

Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture, like Dear Esther and Gone Home before it is a part of a new genre of story-driven adventure titles,...
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The Vanishing of Ethan Carter Review

There seems to be an increasing number of games being created where exploration is the main priority and holding the players hand is completely...

CD Podcast Episode 34 – The Game Truck

On this week of the CD Podcast, Simon and the crew meet up with Chad Habel, creator of South Australia's one and only

CD Podcast Episode 33 – Land Down Under

It's been a big week in gaming and for the wrong reasons this week. Gavin, Pete and Simon touch on the sad new with...

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CD Indiecast – Submerged releases

Welcome to this weeks indiecast, on this episode Sarah has a quick chat with Ed Orman from Uppercut Games and of course it's all...

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+3 To Geekdom Podcast Episode 2 – Marvel and Masters Of The Universe and Kaiju! Oh my!

We are back for episode two of the +3 To Geekdom Podcast! Firstly we would like to extend a big “thank you!” to everyone...

+3 To Geekdom Podcast Episode 1 – It Begins!

Welcome to the very first episode of the +3 To Geekdom Podcast, featuring Tim & Mark from RetroDomination.com, as they discuss all things geeky....

Ninja Pizza Girl – CDGN Video Review

Ninja Pizza Girl is a fast pasted platform game with an important message about bullying and low self esteem. With that aside it's a...

Cross Platform Gaming Episode 2 – GTA V

Grand theft auto is an open world high action adventure game developed by Rockstar north. This crime based adventure series has been the topic...
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Batman Arkham Knight Review

Batman Arkham Asylum was a revelation for Batman fans. For years we'd suffered through low quality video games: adaptations that could never really capture...
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Project CARS Review

Being responsible for titles such as Need for Speed: Shift and Test Drive: Ferrari Legends, Slightly Mad Studios is no stranger to racing games....