There's two days until the PAX Australia doors open. And to those that are going: what are you looking forward to this year?
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Steam this week unveiled a rather depressing little tool: the ability to see precisely how much money you've spent on your Steam account.
Joining the likes of Fallout 3, Crimecraft and Risen, We Happy Few is the latest victim of the Australian video game classification rating system's "drug clause".
As revealed by Kotaku, it was the use of "Joy" as essentially an unavoidable game mechanic that promoted the banhammer. That's not an R18+ rating, which we fought for years to have - a straight up ban.
There's rumours up dale and down hill about a new Elder Scrolls, even though Bethesda has said publicly that they don't just want to make Fallout and Elder Scrolls games.
But there will be a follow-up to Skyrim eventually. So let's play hypothetical developer for this week's Big Question. You're in the planning phase for Elder Scrolls VI. What do you do with it?
The great thing about games is that they're, for the most part, always accessible. There's nothing stopping me from playing something in the '90s, or loading up an emulator to get a classic going that used to run on my dad's 286.
But sometimes life moves on, and the games and moments we enjoyed get left behind.