All posts by Jess Colwill
Bound by Flame

By on May 9, 2014 at 9:56 am

Bound by Flame is the latest RPG from developers Spiders, and is probably their boldest and darkest effort yet. Releasing just today, you play as a mercenary possessed by a flame demon who has to constantly struggle with embracing the dark powers it offers or fighting against it, which sounds like the makings of a good moral struggle — if they can pull it off.

Before you put any money down, why not see the game in action below? Jess picks up her daggers and heads off to hunt a werebeast.

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Daylight

By on May 7, 2014 at 2:01 pm

Jess fires up Daylight, the procedurally-generated horror/exploration game from Zombie Studios, for a trip through the bowels of an abandoned hospital.

The idea behind Daylight is that it’s different every time and you need to play a few times to get the full picture, which means lots of exposure to an incredibly tense but also sometimes tedious game environment. Take a look.

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BioShock Infinite

By on March 13, 2014 at 4:38 pm

Here at games.on.net we know exactly what it’s like to have to suffer under the Australia Tax, and so we’ve created this weekly segment that rounds up some of the best bargains from across the internet. Today it’s on Thursday, but it’s usually on Wednesday. We apologise for the inconvenience!

In this week’s issue, Steam is holding a crazy 24-hour BAFTA sale, and there are awesome bargains at Green Man and on the Humble Store.

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The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt

By and on March 10, 2014 at 9:10 am

We had the chance to check out The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt last month at a preview screening hosted by CD Projekt RED in Sydney. While we were unfortunately not allowed to go directly hands-on with the game, we did see the game being played live and came away hugely impressed by the scale and grandeur of what CDPR are planning.

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Renegade Ops

By on March 5, 2014 at 8:15 pm

Here at games.on.net we know exactly what it’s like to have to suffer under the Australia Tax, and so we’ve created this weekly segment that rounds up some of the best bargains from across the internet.

In this week’s issue, SEGA’s catalogue is flying out the door on Amazon and Green Man, while simulator bundles and EA games are up for grabs elsewhere.

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Half-Life 2

By on February 26, 2014 at 8:02 pm

Here at games.on.net we know exactly what it’s like to have to suffer under the Australia Tax, and so we’re bringing you a new regular segment once a week that rounds up some of the best bargains from across the internet.

In this week’s issue, there are great savings to be had across both Valve and Rockstar’s catalogues, and some great deals on the Humble Store.

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Company of Heroes 2

By on February 12, 2014 at 4:19 pm

Here at games.on.net we know exactly what it’s like to have to suffer under the Australia Tax, and so we’re bringing you a new regular segment once a week that rounds up some of the best bargains from across the internet.

In this week’s issue, GamersGate are flogging some more obscure titles, while GOG.com have some great deals on Red Faction games.

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Evolve

By and on February 12, 2014 at 10:34 am

Turtle Rock have an impressive pedigree when it comes to multiplayer PC gaming, with both Counter-Strike and Left 4 Dead under their belts. For the last few years they’ve been busily working away on a new five-player title called Evolve, which pits a team of four monster hunters against another player, who controls the gigantic monster. We went hands-on with it last week in Sydney, and return to you now with some game footage and our thoughts.

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Civilization V

By on February 5, 2014 at 9:15 am

Here at games.on.net we know exactly what it’s like to have to suffer under the Australia Tax, and so we’re bringing you a new regular segment once a week that rounds up some of the best bargains from across the internet.

In this week’s issue, there are some amazing deals going on with Sid Meier games at the Humble Store, and Lara Croft’s entire back catalogue is up for grabs over at GamersGate.

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Total War: Shogun 2

By on January 29, 2014 at 3:57 pm

Here at games.on.net we know exactly what it’s like to have to suffer under the Australia Tax, and so we’re bringing you a new regular segment once a week that rounds up some of the best bargains from across the internet.

In this week’s issue, GOG.com are taking prices back to the past in their Time Machine Sale, while Bundlestars are doling out the FPS savings, and there’s a heap of classic Creative Assembly goodness to be had over at GamersGate.

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The Repopulation

By on January 24, 2014 at 5:09 pm

Kickstarter! It can be a confusing place, with so many games popping up, some of them only to burst a few days later, some of them limping along until the creator sadly pulls the plug with 24 hours to go. Some of them even make it across the line, while others get funded in seconds. So what’s going on in the world of Kickstarter? Here are seven titles you might have missed…

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Just Cause 2

By on January 22, 2014 at 2:58 pm

Here at games.on.net we know exactly what it’s like to have to suffer under the Australia Tax, and so we’re bringing you a new regular segment once a week that rounds up some of the best bargains from across the internet.

In this week’s issue, Amazon offer some good prices on EA’s titles, GamersGate mount up with Mount & Blade, and Steam are putting Hitman on the market.

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