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'Gears of War 4' an action-packed shooter

I really liked 2011’s Gears of War 3 – hell, I'm quoted on the back of the game box calling it “the epic finale to a genre-defining series” – but once the shooty, bloody action trilogy had come to an end, once I’d cried my manly tears at the demise of brave soldier Dominic Santiago, once I'd hung up my chainsaw rifle and walked off into the sunset,

"Batman: Arkham VR." (Supplied)

Ranking PlayStation VR games

Become the Batman? Pull off a diamond heist? Create works of digital art in virtual space one minute, while doing mind-numbing office photocopying the next?

"For Honor." (Supplied)

Sony ups the ante with new PS4s

I’ve seen samurais and Vikings fighting way off in the distance. I’ve seen the sun-drenched beaches of Madagascar, dappled in breathtaking afternoon light. I’ve seen eye-searing explosions tear apart undead creatures crawling out of inky black shadows.

PlayStation 4 Slim and PlayStation 4 Pro. (Supplied)

Sony unveils 2 updated PlayStations

Sony is unveiling a slimmer, lighter, cheaper version of its PlayStation 4, as well as a Pro device targeted at hardcore gamers that features high- resolution images and a 1-terabyte hard drive.

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Backlash over 'No Man's Sky'

In the very awful Star Trek V: The Final Frontier, Capt. Kirk and friends are led by a fast-talking Vulcan to the centre of the galaxy, where they’re told they’ll see the face of God. Instead, they find a deceptive alien entity that tries to steal from them and hurt them.

Lindsay Lohan is seen in a Sept. 30, 2014 in London, England. (Photo by Tim P. Whitby/Getty Images)

Lindsay Lohan loses 'GTA V' suit

A New York state appeals court has dismissed a lawsuit by actress Lindsay Lohan that says the producers of Grand Theft Auto used a likeness of her in one of their video games.

"Deus Ex: Mankind Divided." (Supplied)

'Deus Ex: Mankind Divided' like two games in one

The future’s so bright, Adam Jensen’s gotta wear shades. Cybernetic shades that flick over his mechanical eyes, to go along with the bionic limbs, the artificial organs and the computer software humming inside his techno-organic nervous system.

Jade Raymond, vice president, GM Motive Studios/Visceral Games speaks during Electronics Arts news conference on June 12, 2016 in Los Angeles. (Photo by Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images)

The future for 'Star Wars' games looks promising

With Star Wars: The Force Awakens racking up more than $2 billion at the global box office and Rogue One: A Star Wars Story set to blast into theatres this December, it’s clear the galaxy far, far away has begun its movie rebirth in earnest.

"Ripcoil." (Supplied)

5 hot VR titles from E3

With all due respect to old-school Madonna, we’re not living in a material world anymore. Our reality is becoming a whole lot more virtual.

"God of War." (Supplied)

Parenthood helped inform latest 'God of War'

Being a single parent isn’t easy. Being a single parent isn’t easy. Being a single parent when you were tricked into murdering your previous wife and child, killed your own father in a fit of vengeance, are cursed with supernatural immortality and have a whole lot of rage issues… yeah, that can be very tricky indeed.

"Farpoint." (Supplied)

50 PlayStation VR titles by end of year

As a kid, I always wanted to be a superhero, fly an X-Wing fighter or gun down alien monsters on a distant world. Now, technology is finally catching up to my childhood imagination. And it’s pretty damn cool.

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