Stories by Siobhan Keogh

Review: SimCity (2013)

City building simulator SimCity is one of the most beloved PC franchises of all time. Almost every gamer remembers SimCity 2000 with a kind of fondness and attachment that most game developers can only dream of. And now EA has gone and squandered it...

Google cans Google Reader

If you use Google's RSS feed Google Reader, we have some bad news for you: the service will be shut down from 1 July.

Hands-on: The Last of Us

The Last of Us is one of the most highly anticipated games of the year - a great feat for an entirely new series that no one has played yet, at the end of a lengthy console cycle. Part of the excitement is due to developer Naughty Dog's existing stre...

Preview: Gears of War: Judgment

If you're a little concerned about whether Gears of War: Judgment fits in with the rest of the series, you can rest easy. While it's the first Gears game to ship without the series' creator Cliff Blezinski at the helm, Judgment captures the look and ...

Review: Huawei Ascend W1

When the Huawei Ascend W1 showed up in our offices, I took a cursory glance at the specifications and wasn’t particularly impressed.

Hands-on: God of War: Ascension single-player

The first thing I noticed about God of War: Ascension was how familiar it was. I haven't played a God of War game since God of War II on the PlayStation 2 - aside from a couple of second-rate PSP games - but I jumped straight into God of War: Ascens...

Review: Sony HMZ-T2 Personal 3D Viewer

When I reviewed the first version of Sony’s Personal 3D Viewer almost a year ago, I had a few issues with it. The headset is designed so that one person can have an immersive 3D experience, with the help of a Blu-ray player or PlayStation 3, a...

App review: Super Monsters Ate My Condo

Last year, we reviewed a little mobile game from Wellington studio PikPok called Monsters Ate My Condo. That game, while simple in concept, was great fun. There were monsters of different colours, and condos of different colours. The monsters were h...

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