Feuding royals, giant robot cricketers and dungeon-crawlers.
Let me make one thing perfectly clear: we don’t know how lucky we are when it comes to the range and quality and insane depth of modern sports video games.
Stop me if you’ve heard this before, but packaging an old game series and re-releasing it can be a risky business.
Iron Harvest has a great dieselpunk aesthetic going for it. There’s a lot of care that went into the look and feel of the game, and it really shows. But this effort is somewhat squandered by mediocre story, writes Michael Robertson.
Don Cheadle and director Malcolm D. Lee share how Space Jam: A New Legacy brings the classic franchise into the digital age. Peter Sblendorio reports.
The ODT’s Ben Allan talks to actor, voice and motion capture (MoCap) performer for video games Brandon O’Neill.
It feels odd to write this but, for a game that likes to throw a million things at you at once and makes it clear the only pace it likes is fast, this is a bit of a slow burner.
Michael Robertson finds there's a lot to like about Before We Leave, from Dunedin’s own Balancing Monkey Games.
A Sony game — and an elite sports title that has long been exclusive to PlayStation — published on Xbox for the first time. These are indeed strange times.
There's really no point anymore in dismissing the stereotype of video gamers as pimply, jaundiced teenagers huddled over a luminous screen in a darkened room.
Dunedin-based Kiwi Paralympian Holly Robinson may not have won gold in Tokyo yet, but she’s set to be immortalised as a character in the official video game of the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics.
Dunedin could become the epicentre of video game development if an Otago Polytechnic plan gets off the ground.
I am Selene. I have crash-landed my spaceship Helios on a hostile alien planet called Atropos. Something attacks me. I die quickly.
After getting his hands on its latest major expansion, Destiny addict Ben Allan checks in on the state of the game franchise, still rolling on in its seventh year.
The peace and joy of flying across the Pacific on the giant wings of the toroa-albatross await players of the interactive game Toroa, now in its prototype phase.