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Fable Anniversary comes to the Xbox 360
Classic Xbox RPG, Fable, gets the HD treatment with Fable Anniversary on Xbox 360
Tomb Raider PC patch NOT the Definitive Edition
This mornings 1GB Tomb Raider PC Steam patch erroneously replaces the game's English dialogue with French.
Namco Bandai Games to distribute The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt in ANZ
Developers CD Projekt RED have teamed up with NAMCO BANDAI Games to bring The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt to Australia and New Zealand.
Madden NFL 25 - Xbox One
Game Console’s resident pasty-faced pom, Darren Price, takes on the Americans at their own game in EA Sports’ Madden NFL 25 on Xbox One. Armed with only a vague understanding of rugby union he finds that the US national sport just isn’t cricket.
Need for Speed Rivals - Xbox 360
EA Games’ latest racing game, Need for Speed Rivals is currently tearing up the streets on Xbox 360. But how will it fair against the imminent arrival of the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions?
Why Xbox One soccer fans need to own FIFA 14
FIFA 14 is one of the launch titles for the Xbox One, but many fans will have already picked the game up for the Xbox 360 in September. Why should they get it again?
Need for Speed Rivals- Lead Designer Interview
Game Console’s Darren Price recently took the road, on a shiny new PS4, with EA Games' Need for Speed Rivals. Afterwards he sat down with Rivals’ Lead Designer, James Mouat for a chat about the game.
Review: Battlefield 4 PC
Game Console's Darren Price gets frosty and returns to the combat zone with the PC version of EA Games' large-scale first-person shooter, Battlefield 4.
Interview: Assassin’s Creed 4 Designer
Game Console’s Darren Price recently caught up with Ashraf (Ash) Ismail and Michael Hampden, the director and the senior game designer on Assassin’s Creed 4: Black Flag, to talk pirates, plundering and next-gen consoles.
Exclusive Interview: Battlefield 4 Creative Director
It has been two years since Battlefield 3 launched to critical and commercial acclaim.
A look back at the EB Expo 2013
From Friday 4th to Sunday 6th October Australian gamers descended on Sydney's Olympic park for their annual video gaming extravaganza, the EB Expo 2013.
Review: Tiger Woods PGA Tour 14
Apparently, according to American novelist, Mark Twain, golf is a good walk spoiled...
F1 2013 hands-on & chat with F1 World Champ...
Not only did Game Console get to try out the new game, they also sat down with motorsport legend and 1980 Formula One world champion, Alan Jones.
Review: NHL 14 Xbox 360
Being neither Canadian nor American, I can’t say that I’m much of an expert when it comes to ice hockey.
Metro: Last Light PC Review
The tube, the underground, subway or metro. Call it what you will, but there’s a lot to be said for subterranean train systems and their vital contribution to inner city transport networks.
Q&A with GRID 2 producer Iain Smith
After a five year break the only street-racing game worth playing returns, check out Game Console's exclusive interview.
Xbox One revealed today
Unlike Sony, who famously revealed their upcoming PlayStation 4 without actually showing us the thing, Microsoft has kept quiet about their new console offering.
Preview: Fuse game
Take a group of gruff mercenaries, a sci-fi setting, a strange alien power source and some stupendous weapons and you’ve the recipe for a great game. Design it from the ground up to be drop-in drop-out four-player co-op and you’ve got the potential for something rather special.
Review: Star Trek XBox 360
Space: The final frontier. These are the voyages of the Starship Enterprise.
Review: Army of Two: The Devil's Cartel
It’s time to strap on the Kevlar vest, put on the mask and get back into the fight as an operative of Trans World Operations, in EA’s balls to the wall co-op third-person shooter, Army of Two: The Devil’s Cartel.
Review: BioShock Infinite PC and Xbox 360
The game is something of a departure from the setting of the last two games in the series...
Review: BioShock Infinite (PC/Xbox 360)
Bioshock Infinite is something of a departure from the setting of the last two games in the series, swapping the underwater Dystopia of Rapture for the seemingly utopian Columbia, a floating city in the clouds.
Review: Crysis 3 Xbox 360
It is time to don the Nanosuit as Prophet, once again, takes on both the alien Ceph and the corrupt CELL Corporation in Crysis 3.
Review: Tomb Raider Xbox 360
Just as Daniel Craig recently rebooted the James Bond franchise, another British sophisticate is being taken back to their roots.