Strategy games haven’t quite found the same comfortable sandbox on tablets and phones that they have on Windows and Mac, but Defense Zone gives it a good thwack with an addictive tower game.
The immersive entertainment movement that is virtual reality isn’t just going to be something for your phone, because while Samsung has the edge right now, Sony may well have it come October.
Games about management are often addictive, but one title kicks it up a notch because more than just winning, this one is about survival.
If you think that gaming if just for kids, think again, as the association in charge of monitoring video games locally has found Australia’s gaming industry is reaching new heights.
Have you ever had one of those days where everything goes wrong? This game is about that, and ignoring instructions.
Forget the term “laptop”, because the latest computer from Asus isn’t something you’ll ever want to hold on your legs.
Not every PC should be treated the same, and Acer’s Predator 17 looks to prove it, skipping past the slim and minimalistic design most laptops features these days, opting for something meaty, angry, and looking to conquer your gaming needs. Does it succeed?
Shock horror: the latest “Star Trek” game isn’t so much a game, but rather an excuse to let Star Trek fans let go of money for a freemium title that is less about a game and more about chance and randomness.
HP may have been on the brink of death a few years ago, but all of that is in the past, as HP pushes on with some intriguing hardware designs and the guts to make sure VR isn’t just about the headset, but about the computer used, too.
Games don’t come more addictive than this puzzler, mixing role-playing elements with a pixelated sense of humour and a feeling that Candy Crush and Columns will never be the same again.