The world of e-sports continues to grow and now two teams from the same Dunedin school have won almost $2000 in prize money at a national tournament.
I was apprehensive going into Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands. On the one hand, the character herself I find generally unlikeable and irritating, but the gameplay of the Borderlands series is fantastic. It doesn’t take long for Wonderlands to win you over, however.
What to do as a game reviewer when you’re not as extremely jazzed about a new release as all your peers?
Ghostwire: Tokyo is an intriguing game; a very strongly Japanese-themed game, set in a realistic representation of Tokyo (obviously), but having gameplay elements you might expect to see in Western titles.
This is a neat little budget keyboard, stripping a mechanical keyboard back down to its bare essentials. Keys, some LEDs, and nice clicking, writes Michael Robertson.
Dunedin based independent game developer and publisher Runaway Play has won three international awards this month for its latest release Old Friends Dog Game.
Big-profile shooters Doom and Wolfenstein have both been revived and updated to a more modern format in recent years, but another, lesser-known series returned over a year before them.
Four-and-a-half years after its release, Destiny 2 just seems to keep powering on, with any signs of a Destiny 3 out of sight over the horizon.
Gran Turismo 7 is a love letter to the car and a return to form for a famous single-player franchise that had dabbled in multiplayer in recent years.
A quest to help members of ethnic communities develop their creativity has been a driving force for a Dunedin training organisation.
Time manipulation mechanics were a bit of a thing in 2021, especially time loops. Deathloop springs to mind.
Three out of four Kiwi kids see streaming as a viable career option. What does that sentence even mean!? Bruce Munro takes a deep dive in the swift-flowing online-video-communities river.
Microsoft is buying "Call of Duty" maker Activision Blizzard in the biggest gaming industry deal in history as global technology giants stake their claims to a virtual future.
Dolmen is an upcoming game in the Dark Souls-style die, die and die again genre, and I got a chance to play a preview build, which offered a few select sections.
Each week people across Otago meet up and take on the role of a mighty warrior or a powerful wizard.
Ever imagined what it would be like to fly across the ocean as an albatross? What about being an annoying seal?