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7 Reasons Fortnite Is So Popular

If you know any younger gamers at all, you would have heard of Fortnite: Battle Royale - it is absolutely the most popular game across the board right now, and I never stop hearing kids talk about it. Unfortunately it doesn't quite work in the Game Truck at the moment, and it may not be for players of all ages, but it has enormous appeal. Like Minecraft, it is more ...

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Ask a Gamer 15: Is Fortnite OK for my 10-year old?

Q: My son is 10 years old and has been asking repeatedly to play Fortnite - is it appropriate for him? A: Well, this is a great question, because even though Fortnite is not available in Game Truck parties for a number of reasons, it is one of the hottest games around right now especially among tweens and teens. This might be partly to do with the enormous ...

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Fortnite for a Game Truck party?

At the moment the single most common question I get on having Game Truck parties is, 'can we play Fortnite?' Fortnite (especially its iconic Battle Royale mode) is definitely the hottest game out at the moment, and we'll review it soon to explore why this is the case. But when it comes to playing it in the Game Truck, unfortunately the answer is no, and there a ...

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Review: Screencheat (Xbox One)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dOuwoOosYig Hey how you doing, this is Chad, Simon, Nick, ah this is the first time we have the three Game Truckers together, and we just played Screen Cheat on the Xbox One, it's the first time - you didn't even know about it Nick, what did you think? N: I loved it, it had this visual presentation at the beginning that had this ...

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Review: Halo 5: Guardians (Xbox One)

Hello all it’s Simon again, and today I am delighted to talk about Halo 5, the latest instalment in one of my favourite game franchises. I'll touch especially on issues that relate to families with children. In my last blog post for Game Truck Australia I mentioned that Halo 2 was a massive game changer in the video game entertainment industry for many reasons: ...

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Review: Assault Android Cactus (PC)

Twin-stick shooters and bullet hell: these are a few of my favourite things. Many indie games are hearkening back to the classic days of arcade games and bringing together well-known genres with cutting-edge technology, music and animation. Assault Android Cactus is a great example of this 'brand new retro' development philosophy, and the result is a hugely entert...

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Ask a Gamer 3: Is Halo good for a party?

The single most common question I get from parents interested in booking a Game Truck party is around the types of games that are available. My general rule is that we want games that are age-appropriate, split screen multiplayer, accessible, fun, with a moderate amount of competition. But an email I received from a parent of a 10-year old today asked, The birthday ...

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Controversy: GTA V again

Controversy breeds angry words, but let's stop to think about things a bit. Big news at the moment is the fact that Target (and now Kmart) have removed Grand Theft Auto V from their shelves following a Change.org petition calling for Target to recall the sale of Grand Theft Auto V. The main reason given is that the game 'encourages players to commit sexual ...

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A Shooter for Kids: Plant vs Zombies Garden Warfare

If younger players want to play some of the more mature military shooter-type games (think Call of Duty), it's good to offer an alternative that is a bit more appropriate for their age and stage. Common Sense Media recommends an age limit of 11, but of course his should always be adapted to circumstances. You think you know Plants vs. Zombies: the classic ...

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