Nicholas Kennedy

Nicholas Kennedy is a Melbourne/Naarm based writer and journalist. He has appeared in The Big Issue, Rolling Stone, and STACK Magazine. Follow him at @nickkennedy.

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Madison PC review
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Madison builds a palpable sense of impending doom - Review

Madison uses every trick in the psychological horror toolkit to shock you out of your seat, though it loses itself…

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In Card Shark, truth and virtue get lost in the shuffle

Card Shark’s designer and writer speaks about the infamous cheats of history and visionary film directors who inspired the game.

The Quarry PC review supermassive games
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The Quarry Review - A supermassive achievement in horror

The Quarry is a blood-soaked return to form from Supermassive Games, the makers of Until Dawn.

Opus: Echo of Starsong - Full Bloom Edition Nintendo Switch review
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Opus: Echo of Starsong Review - A thoughtful rumination

Opus: Echo of Starsong is a rewarding and beautiful rumination of memory and remembrance.

gibbon beyond the trees review
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Gibbon: Beyond the Trees Review - A simple message

A simple, beautiful game with a clear, admirable, and touching message concerning the endangered species.

Weird West PC review
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Weird West Review – Everything for nothing

Filled with intricate systems that never quite come together in enough interesting ways, Weird West is more interested in itself…

Citizen Sleeper review PC Xbox Switch
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Citizen Sleeper Review – Wake up to yourself

Citizen Sleeper is a great cyberpunk diorama, with stories worth hearing and details worth uncovering.

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NORCO Review - Refinery Eyes

Confident, biographical and bewildering, NORCO is a narrative experience filled with exquisite, beautiful details.

Martha is Dead
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Martha is Dead Review - Grim Giallo

Martha is Dead depicts an utterly nihilistic and hopeless narrative, and walks a fraughtful line of gore and horror to…

shadow warrior 3 review
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Shadow Warrior 3 review - Groan of blood

Blending humour six years past its prime with combat you’ve played before, Shadow Warrior 3 trims the fun, instead of…

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