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Zenless Zone Zero: Media Kit Unboxing

With HoYoverse's Urban Fantasy ARPG Zenless Zone Zero due for launch in Early July 2024, we talk a look at the game's Media Kit and gain a peek at some merchandise perhaps to come.

SAND LAND

Throughout most of his professional career as a manga author and artist, the late Akira Toriyama was known for two mainline properties - beginning with Dr. Slump in the 70s and 80s until moving onto his most prolific work, Dragon Ball, which...

Queensland Theatre’s Medea

One of the best things about having a thriving theatrical scene in your home state is that there is always a new story to uncover, a new tale to see unfold, and a new ending that will solidify the...

Richman 11

When it comes to the 'board game' genre of video games, many tend to fall into one of three categories: The 'Mario Party' style where you navigate through colourful boards enjoying a range of RNG and skill-based mini-games until...

Reviews to Recommence on The Otaku’s Study From Tomorrow

Thank you for your time and understanding given the events of the past few weeks. Please note that operations will be more "back to normal" starting tomorrow, with plans for a new review to go live starting tomorrow evening.

Flashback Mini-Reviews – Racing Games on the Nintendo 64

I recently had a few weeks off from my day job. However, thanks to injuring my foot directly after a trip to Melbourne to see Groundhog Day the Musical, I was left unable to properly walk for more than a...

Dohtonbori in Melbourne’s CBD

Last week, on what could have almost been considered a spur-of-the-moment whim, I opted to travel down to Melbourne for a couple of nights -- to see Groundhog Day the Musical before it left Australia, check out the Melbourne...

Groundhog Day the Musical

When Tim Minchin hosted several concerts following his return to Australia in the latter part of the 2010s, including the opening of the HOTA Amphitheatre opening and his BACK tour - while he would typically talk about but not...

Dragon’s Dogma 2

When Capcom first released Dragon's Dogma on the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 in 2012, it immediately became a surprise hit among gamers. I had randomly bought it on the day I submitted my master's dissertation, expecting some simple...

Unicorn Overlord

Japanese video game developer Vanillaware is synonymous with gripping fantasy stories, memorable RPG experiences and detailed and creative 2.5D visuals paralleled by almost no other game. We last saw a game from the studio half a decade ago, deviating...

Final Fantasy VII Rebirth

In addition to being one of the defining RPGs of the fifth generation of video game consoles, Final Fantasy VII set the standards for RPGs and 3D gaming in the years following its release. It had a mammoth impact when it...

Let’s School

From running hospitals and developing resorts to running cities and ultimately playing god - the simulation genre of video games has experiences tailored towards pretty much any creative pursuit gamers have in mind. But while Two Point Studios thrived...