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Next-gen consoles: will they make or break backwards compatibility?

Very soon, access to your games could be less about the consoles you own and more about the subscription services you pay for

‘Zack Snyder’s Justice League’ is finally on the way – but does it have to take itself so seriously?

What happened to the silly, bonkers comic book movies that used to dominate the multiplex?

“Silence is the best sound of all”: the case for mute protagonists in video games

The mute protagonist might be an old gaming cliché, but some of us still love the strong-and-silent type

‘American Horror Stories’: why self-contained episodes is Ryan Murphy’s best idea in ages

Has the long-running anthology series finally found its natural format?

No ugly duckling: Jack Colwell paints his own mythical, turbulent transformation on ‘Swandream’

The Sydney singer-composer tells us about his debut album, which is gorgeous and grotesque in turn

How serious simulator games made their way into the mainstream

Or, the story of how a truck simulator has educated a non-driver purpose of all-wheel drive and locking differentials

How the Government ended up with an extra $60billion (and what it should do with it)

On the JobKeeper gaffe, providing for casual and migrant workers, and why human beings aren't a hot tub you build on your roof

It’s time – finally – for an ‘Alan Wake’ sequel

‘Control’ was my favourite game of last year. But it’s made me want to revisit another title I thought I was done with… behold the Remedyverse?

What’s on Netflix Australia this month: top 10 picks for June 2020

Staying indoors for another month? Here’s how to fill your time while cooped up at home

Please Hollywood, don’t make a coronavirus movie

Explosions expert Michael Bay is preparing a big studio blockbuster about COVID-19
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