Author: Alaisdair Leith

Get INZone with Two Monitors and Three Headsets from Sony

June 30, 2022

Sony has released a bunch of new products this morning squarely aimed at both PlayStation 5 and PC players who want to get the most out of their shiny new PlayStation 5 consoles or PC. The new brand is called INZONE and features a range of three headsets and two monitors and both look like […]

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Momentum True Wireless 3 Earbuds Review : The perfect fit

May 18, 2022

Sennheiser has released their brand new headphones in the Momentum range, known as the True Wireless 3 earbuds. After a 2 year break and time to enjoy the truly excellent Momentum True Wireless 2 earbuds (read our review here), the next version has now arrived, complete with an overhauled design and beautiful sound quality that […]

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Customise ‘Til Your Heart’s Content in the Upcoming Saints Row Reboot

May 3, 2022

We recently got to check out some footage from the upcoming Saints Row reboot, an admittedly intensive presentation that boasted an incredible level of customisation and detail. The footage gave us a glimpse of the endless and granular customisation options within the game from vehicles, weapons, your broader empire and of course, character customisation. Being able […]

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Kirby and the Forgotten Land Review: Suck it up!

May 3, 2022

Nintendo’s iconic pink blob is back for a new adventure through an apocalyptic version of Earth. An unlikely setting to say the least, but one that still manages to showcase just how much fun, colour and life is still left in this long-running series. From the opening moments of Kirby and the Forgotten Land, Kirby […]

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Trinity St Kilda takes us to church, complete with wine, food trucks, and four legged friends.

April 13, 2022

Set at the very start of St Kilda Road, a new family and pet-friendly bar and food truck park has aimed to recapture the historic beauty of the Holy Trinity Church Hall. Majestically transformed into a bright and luxurious bar with a separate wine room, Trinity St Kilda also features a huge outdoor space with […]

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Assassin’s Creed: The Ezio Collection Review: Ezio lets loose on the Nintendo Switch

March 17, 2022

I am a late bloomer when it comes to the Assassin’s Creed series. My first game was Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag and I have enjoyed most of the entries since that release. When people talk about Ezio, I shrug my shoulders and tentatively agree. While there have been various remakes and remasters since, like […]

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TV Review : Upload S2 sticks to its weird and wacky formula, diving deeper into the digital afterlife

March 15, 2022

It’s been two years since the first season of Upload, an off-beat comedy set in the future where the wealthy can upload their consciousness to a digital afterlife and continue living in a perfect world of their creation. The first season was the perfect blend of comedy mixed with drama exploring themes of loss, love […]

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Get ready for An Exclusive Evening with Robbie Williams

March 11, 2022

Robbie Williams returns to Melbourne next month with an exclusive evening at Rod Laver Arena on the April 30th. With Williams heading to Australia to film his upcoming biopic Better Man, the night is set to feature more than just his incredible back catalogue. Frontier Touring and Chugg Entertainment are presenting the special event, set […]

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First We Eat explores the question – Do you know where your food comes from?: Transitions Film Festival Review

March 7, 2022

Screening as part of the 2022 Transitions Film Festival, First We Eat delves into the story of a family who decides to go totally off the grid and eat locally after a landslide blocked off access to their town and led to the discovery that no food is produced locally. The film is headed up by […]

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OlliOlli World Review : Rolling with the fun

February 28, 2022

The third entry in the OlliOlli series combines the fun of learning to skate on shiny new consoles alongside an expansive world with varying locations that constantly change up the way you play. Developer Roll7 has incorporated a story mode into the series this time around with an overhaul of the graphics engine adding a […]

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Uncharted : Legacy of Thieves Collection Review: Seek your fortune

January 30, 2022

Fortune favors the bold as developer Naughty Dog bring two of their biggest hits to the PlayStation 5 just in time for the release of the Uncharted film starring Tom Holland. This package contains Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End and Uncharted: The Lost Legacy, both of which were originally released on the PlayStation 4 system […]

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Rainbow Six Extraction Review: Succumb to the ooze!

January 21, 2022

I’m going to level with you; this is my first foray into the Rainbow Six world, so if you are looking for an expertly crafted history of the franchise and its entries, this is probably not the review for you. If like me, you are intrigued by the introduction of monsters into this shooter that […]

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HBO Max’s Peacemaker Premiere Review: “a sure-fire hit with razor-sharp dialogue”

January 10, 2022

This is a spoiler-free review of the first three episodes of Peacemaker. The show premieres on Binge January 13. The Suicide Squad went down as one of 2021’s best comic book movies. The soft reboot helmed by James Gunn won over critics and audiences with its hyperviolent scenes and adult tone. Gunn further expands the […]

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Halo Infinite Multiplayer Review – Hail to the Chief

December 21, 2021

Previous Halo games have always served as a single-player experience for me. While I did attempt to get into it in the previous title Halo: Guardians, There were way too many other MMO games at that time that had my attention. After a bit of a dry spell this year, I jumped into Halo Infinite […]

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Big Brain Academy : Brain vs. Brain Review – Switch it up!

December 11, 2021

The Big Brain Academy series is back on the Nintendo Switch with a colourful and interactive take on the classic game series that originally came out on the Nintendo DS. 2021 has been a big year for party games on the Switch and it looks like we are closing out the year with another strong […]

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Film Review: 13 Minutes channels your favourite childhood disaster flicks

December 2, 2021

Remember those natural disaster films from the ’90s? You know, Deep Impact? Volcano? Dante’s Peak? Twister? Well, if the recent Amazon hit Greenland has whet your appetite for disaster, then 13 Minutes will also satisfy your urge. Writer/Director Lindsay Gossling has assembled an all-star cast – including Anne Heche (to bring us back to Volcano for a […]

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