Day: 11 February 2018

Games Preview: Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire: Old school RPG crunch and the deep, blue sea

February 11, 2018

One of the harder asks in this gig is playing a hundred hour RPG for a preview piece. Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire, like its predecessor and the historic Black Isle Studios RPGs that are its inspiration, is a deep and multifaceted creature which makes diving in without a tutorial a bit daunting. What I […]

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AIT Melbourne’s inaugural Games Mastermind event a great start for grads

February 11, 2018

Independent game developers in Australia, particularly those at the beginning of their careers, find themselves stuck for ways to connect and network. In a games industry as small and tight-knit as Australia’s, connections are the best step a person can take toward landing a job in the local dev scene. Networking events are a semi-regular […]

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Pizza Hut continue rolling out their modern concept stores with a new one in Marsden Park (Sydney)

February 11, 2018

t seems the big nostalgia-satisfying rebrand of Pizza Hut Australia is going to roll out at a rapid pace this year. Not long ago Sydney’s Waterloo became the flagship location for their new concept store, a crowd-pleasing shot at bringing back the beloved Pizza Hut all-you-can-eat sessions of yesteryear with a few modern twists like […]

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Review: Kid Kyoto dishes up rich modern Japanese flavours with a killer soundtrack

February 11, 2018

The entrance to Kid Kyoto should be on busy Bridge Street, but the logical way into the modern Japanese restaurant is shut. Instead you get signage gently redirecting you to Bridge Lane, where the real entrance to Kid Kyoto lies, almost opposite to dumpling favourite Mr Wong. There’s a reason for this, and the many […]

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