You've seen the YouTube ads, you've seen the ads on your phone. But what the hell is World of Tanks? Adam Goodall went on an adventure to find out.
Wellington Paranormal, the TV spinoff of Taika Waititi's hit movie comedy What We Do In The Shadows, debuts on TVNZ tonight. So what's it like?
Ubisoft's partnership with HitRecord on the game Beyond Good and Evil 2 has caused an outcry among freelancers, who argue the game's 'fan engagement strategy' is exploitation, plain and simple.
Born after 1980? Going to be renting your entire life with no end in sight? House Flipper is the game to simulate a renovation future you'll never see.
If you're tired of crushing candies and playing meaningless virtual card games, we've something else to distract you from the mindless grind that is your commute.
The recipients of the Play By Play International Games Festival’s Te Maunga Kai Kapua Awards Mario Wynands and Niamh Fitzgerald, talk with Adam Goodall about Final Fantasy VII and the future of game development in New Zealand.
The third annual Play By Play International Games Festival is spilling out across Wellington this week. Adam Goodall played all sixteen contenders for awards at the festival... for sixteen minutes each.
From April 26, approximately 3% of all original Xbox games will be available in their original form on the Xbox One. That's more than you can play on the Playstation 4 – but still far, far from what we hoped for, writes Adam Goodall.
On Thursday, a now iconic trio came together to play a video game and broadcast it to the world: Popular streamer Ninja, hip hop superstar Drake and New Zealand controversy-magnet Kim Dotcom. Adam Goodall was watching.
Samsara is a kicky, inventive platformer from Auckland game studio Marker Games that harkens back to the not-so-long-ago likes of Limbo and Braid. Adam Goodall reviews.
Turkish developer 2645turqoise has released a game that purports to be a vast survivalist adventure across New Zealand. Adam Goodall finds out how well Ka Mate captures true blue bear-free Aotearoa.
Fair access to the judicial system is a societal linchpin, but there's an increasing divide between those who can afford good legal representation and those who can't. Adam Goodall looks at how the legal profession has been trying to raise the alarm.