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Your Turn reader Sam Spackman Today reader Sam Spackman presents an entertaining exploration - literally - of the vast range of war games.
James Dominguez Part trading card game, part table-top RPG, and part tactical wargame, Card Hunter is an amazing achievement in free-to-play gaming.
Screen Play reader Leigh Martin Reader Leigh Martin has been playing an unusual independently-produced mobile game called Year Walk, and here is his review.
James Dominguez Screen Play is focussed on the digital side of gaming, but board and card games certainly deserve a little love occasionally. Played anything good lately?
James Dominguez The Bureau: XCOM Declassified is the latest attempt to spin off an established brand into a new format.
James Dominguez Some of our favourite games are not perfectly designed or flawlessly executed, but we love them because of the unique ideas they are built around.
James Dominguez Literature is the deepest well of cultural content, but it also the one tapped least often by video games.
Screen Play reader Andrew Yoshimura Regular Your Turn contributor Andrew Yoshimura compiled a fascinating history of Nintendo last month. Now it's the hedgehog's turn.
James Dominguez Ubisoft is reportedly ploughing ahead with its plans to make films of many of its game properties. Can this plan work?
Screen Play reader Ryan O'Meara Reader Ryan O'Meara is excited about the studio working on the Warhammer Fantasy licence, but is worried about what it could mean in terms of DLC.
James Dominguez The venerable Dynasty Warriors series has just received a new entry, and DexX spoke to the game's director about tradition, innovation, and the differences between East and West.
Jason Hill Company of Heroes 2 lets you command the Soviet Red Army in World War II's bleak and brutal Eastern Front.
James Dominguez Every now and then, we stumble across an obscure game that nobody else seemed to have discovered. Which hidden gem is your favourite?
James Dominguez It's been a busy week: two games have been banned for sale in Australia, Syndicate is getting an unofficial reboot, the Ouya has been launched, and much more.
James Dominguez XCOM Enemy Unknown has arrived on Apple touch devices in all its squad-murdering glory, though it has a hefty price to match.
james dominguez The E3 mega-circus is over again for another year. Here is what DexX saw on the final day.
James Dominguez The Nintendo 3DS and PlayStation Vita have both taken time to build up momentum. However, both systems have some great games that make them worth owning.
James Dominguez The XCOM franchise made a triumphant return last year with Enemy Unknown. Now publisher 2K has unveiled the future of the franchise - a tactical shooter, and a touch-screen port.
James Dominguez Last week's puzzle proved to be a little too hard, but this week the choice of game should be a bit more fun.
James Dominguez Made by a small studio in Melbourne, Stickets is an apparently simple puzzle game that gradually unveils greater and greater depth.