Whether you’re partial to free-to-play battle royales, AAA releases or indie darlings, there was plenty to sink your time into this month.
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Here’s what we’ve playing over the last month or so.
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The Blackout Club is far from ready for launch but it’s already promising enough that I can’t wait to drag more friends towards.
There’s definitely a lot of familiar fodder here for fans of the genre but, assuming the final game offers the same playability and quality, Mutant Year Zero could well end up being a standout well beyond the sum of its parts.
The Light Keeps Us Safe has entered early access on Steam. We took the first person survival game for a quick spin to see how it’s shaping up and came away intrigued.
PAX Australia 2018, as it happened.
Here are our highlights when it comes to the video games that we saw at this year’s PAX Australia:
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