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Ubisoft Announces PAX Australia 2014 Lineup

Ubisoft has revealed its lineup for PAX Australia 2014, which includes such highly anticipated titles as Assassin’s Creed Rogue, Assassin’s Creed Unity, Far Cry 4, Just Dance 2015, The Crew and Tom Clancy’s The Division. Those who attend PAX Australia this year can check out Ubisoft’s star-studded lineup at stand 1330 at the Melbourne Convention […]
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EA Access Now Available for Xbox One Owners

EA has announced the recently announced EA Access problem is now available in Australia and New Zealand exclusively for Xbox One owners. The new program has been in a limited beta version over the last few weeks, with the program now live for all Xbox One owners. EA Access will cost $6.99 AU (or $39.99 […]
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Chaos Theory Games Interview Part 2: Choices, Choices

For those of you who may have forgotten, Analog Addiction recently interviewed Nico King, Artistic Director at Chaos Theory Games – an up and coming Australian game development studio. If you missed part 1 of the interview, or thought it was editorial gold and want to read it a again, you can find it here. Otherwise, read on […]
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Nintendo Gives an Update on Its Best-Selling Games

Nintendo has recently updated its sales numbers for the company’s best-selling Wii U and 3DS titles. Not surprisingly, New Super Mario Bros. U and Pokemon X and Y are leading the pack. 4.16 million copies of New Super Mario Bros. U have been sold and downloaded, while Pokemon X and Y tops it with a […]
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Five Changes For a Better Knack

What went so wrong with Knack? The Sony Japan Studio game, Knack, offered up lots of promise in the early stages of its announcements. It was a game I particularly looked forward to as well because everything about it looked fresh and unique. However things didn’t pan out the way I had hoped, with Knack […]
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Analog Addiction Plays – ‘Slender: The Arrival’

We aren’t always serious here at Analog Addiction, so today I stepped away from writing and put myself in the world of Slenderman. He is still as evil as ever, and terrifies myself and my friend Jordan. We were set with the task of discovering eight pages, but did we get them all? Have you […]
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Dementium II HD – Behind the Scenes Ep. 3

Digital Tribe Games have released their third Behind the Scenes episode for their upcoming horror, Dementium II HD. The third episode focuses on Morné Marais as he talks about how he has re-created the sound-scape to suit Dementium II HD, which includes morphing his two dog’s barks. Dementium II featured on our Ten Reasons for […]
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Surprise Attack Games Launches Independent Games Service – Bigger Boat

Surprise Attack Games has today launched Bigger Boat, a new service aimed at making distribution of independent titles for PC, Mac and Linux on a wide range of stores beyond Steam easier for development studios. Bigger Boat is hoping to help small developers get their games to an array of different online store such as […]
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Violence, Addiction, Teaching: The Three Dimensions of Video Games

Video games over the last few decades have slowly grown into an integral factor for millions and millions of people. Particularly with the advancing technology, video games have become much more expansive, realistic and immersive. This broadening of the capabilities video games have to offer means that it now has to deal with several issues […]
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Dynamite Entertainment Announces “Dynamite Toys and Games”

Dynamite Entertainment, a leading publisher of original and licensed comic books, graphic novels, and e-books, has announced the creation of a new division, Dynamite Toys and Games, dedicated to the production and manufacture of action figures, novelty products, gaming cards, board games, and more. “With our tenth anniversary coming up in 2014, the time is […]
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We Asked, You Answered: Most Wanted Next Gen Games

For over a month now, Analog Addiction has been issuing a poll, asking you what next generation games do you plan on purchasing, day-one. As such, below you’ll find your top three most wanted PlayStation 4 and/or Xbox One games. 3. Battlefield 4 We start our top three list with Electronic Arts’ multiplayer-focused Battlefield 4. […]
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Outlast Review

Genre Survival Horror / Platforms Steam, PS4 (Q1 2014) Developer Red Barrels / Publisher Red Barrels Platform Played On PC I will give you one tip: get your heart checked before playing this game. Seriously, go get yourself checked out, because this game has your heart racing and jumping for most of its length. Besides […]
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Playing Video Games is a Way of Life

To people outside of the video game bubble, playing games is usually deemed a waste of time. It is irritating, and it shows we still have some way to go before the stigma is removed. Yet it also comes down to people forgetting what exactly ‘play’ is. Play in human culture is an absolute requirement […]
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Some European Countries To Receive Xbox One In 2014

Microsoft announced a November 2013 release date for the Xbox One but today the company has clarified this isn’t a worldwide release date as some European nations won’t be receiving the console this year. “While we wish we could launch Xbox One simultaneously in these markets, there are many factors that determine the timing of […]
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Report – Amazon Releasing Android Console This Year

A new report claims the Internet behemoth Amazon is planning its first foray into the games console industry with the launch of its own Android powered device later this year. Sources close to Game Informer claim the console will launch just before Black Friday in November with the existing back catalogue of Android games Amazon […]
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