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Nominate Your Favourite Handheld/Mobile Games Of The Year

Hello, time to nominate your favourite games of the year. Today we’re taking a look at the mobile and handheld games.

Talk Amongst Yourselves

Welcome to Talk Amongst Yourselves, AKA ‘TAY’. Organise meet-ups, talk about games, talk about anything you want! Consider this the unofficial Kotaku Australia forum. Become a TAYbie today and join the best and friendliest community on the internet!

Another League Of Legends Team Is Auctioning Off Its Spot

While Australia has just enjoyed hosting the International Wildcard All-Stars tournament down in Melbourne, the League of Legends off-season is where the real money is floating around. And another team is soliciting offers on its position in the top tier of European League competition.

This Video Shows The Ways Street Fighter 5 Has Changed Since E3

There are undoubtedly more changes due on the way, but it’s interesting to chronicle all the tweaks Capcom has made to Street Fighter 5 so far.

Star Wars Battlefront's Battle Of Jakku DLC Rolls Out Today

If you stumped up the extra money for the Deluxe Edition of Star Wars: Battlefront, or you were nuts enough to buy the Season Pass off the bat, you’ll get the first of DICE’s four planned DLC packs for the Star Wars shooter today.

It’s the Battle of Jakku, which takes place in between the prequels and The Force Awakens. It also looks an awful lot like Tatooine.

App Deals: Fight For Survival On An Alien World With Lifeline

Today’s best deals include Lifeline on Android, Alone… on iOS and GRIDD 2 on Windows Phone. Deals end without warning, so be quick!

The Program Bringing More Australian Games To PlayStation Platforms

What is PlayStation First? It’s essentially a Sony sponsored attempt at fostering new talent, at helping students bring new games and new experiences to the PlayStation platform… first. Hence the name.

The end result? More Australian developed games could be making their way to PlayStation platforms in the future.

Fallout 4 As Captured By Dead End Thrills Is Phenomenal

When I think of 2015’s best looking games I think back to the games that held up the best technologically, but those that also had a presence so striking that I can’t help but remember them. The way the light peered through the trees as the wind raged in The Witcher 3 was one of them. The dark, Victorian London-esque environments of Bloodborne have still stayed with me. And the presentation of Battlefront … it’s superb.

Fallout 4 is beautiful for other reasons. That was, of course, until Dead End Thrills got their hands on the game. Now it’s just straight out beautiful.

It's Tough In The Real World For Mario

Life is pretty sweet for Mario in the Mushroom Kingdom. He gets to eat flowers that give him magic powers. A weird gravity level allows him to jump at tremendous heights. He can fly for God’s sake. He’s a middle-aged plumber, he dresses up as a bee and no-one asks any difficult questions.

Transfer Mario into the real world and shit gets a little too real.

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