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Australia is a hateful country in a lot of ways right now. Playground Games' new open-world racer, mercifully, is the tourism poster depiction of the place.
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Even though I know how it all ends for him, walking in the boots of one of Rockstar's finest creations remains a singular thrill the second time.
The year's been okay for new video games so far, right? Right.
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Look, stories like this break a lot, but how is that semi-human monster not the 28th Prime Minister of Australia?
The last big open-world adventure of 2015 has an incredibly boring story, but when the gameplay clicks it's completely thrilling.
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Lara's latest adventure finds the young archaeologist becoming a lethal chimera of John Rambo, Katniss Everdeen, and Sarah Connor.
Beyond the graphics though, this game has quite a few flaws.