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SUNDAY NEWS nanoBites > The next title from Dead Island and Dying Light developer Techland has been delayed. While Hellraid was originally expected in 2013, the developer has now conceded that its blood drenched action game won’t be ready until 2014. This is just one of the stories in the latest instalment of nanoBITES, our regular column devoted to small but important new items. READ MORE
MONDAY PODCAST Black Panel Podcast 72 > In the latest episode of Australia’s grooviest gaming podcast, the team talk: Titanfall, Night in the Woods, Command & Conquer, Dark Matter, The Cat Lady, Spec-Ops, GTAV, Beyond: Two Souls and much more! READ MORE
TUESDAY REVIEW Beyond: Two Souls > The creators of the acclaimed Heavy Rain are back with another ambitious interactive drama littered with quick time events. Though the gameplay isn’t completely satisfying, the powerful story of a young girl and her supernatural companion combines with superb graphics and strong voice acting to keep you riveted from beginning to end. READ MORE
THURSDAY NEWS Call of Duty recycles assets > Can you sue yourself for copyright infringement? If so, Infinity Ward probably has a case against itself for blatantly using a cut scene from Modern Warfare 2 in the more recent Call of Duty: Ghosts. READ MORE
FRIDAY REVIEW Grand Theft Auto V > Grand Theft Auto V presents the most dynamic and alive open world experience in gaming today. The city of Los Santos is an achievement above compare, a technical and immersive experience to savour. The game is less compelling when telling its story, choosing to present a pretty dim view of humanity in a city that seems beyond saving. READ MORE