Zach Jackson

Co-Founder & Managing Editor of WellPlayed. Sometimes a musician, lover of bad video games and living proof that Australians drink Foster's. Coach of Supercoach powerhouse the BarnesStreet Bois. Carlton, Burnley FC & SJ Sharks fan Get around him on Twitter @xackclaret

E3 2015 Schedule

E3 2015 Australian Timetable All times are in Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST) JUNE 15th 11:30am – Bethesda (Fallout 4) – Watch Here JUNE 16th 2:30am – Microsoft – Watch Here 6:00am – EA – Watch Here 8:00am – Ubisoft – Watch Here 11:00am – Sony – Watch Here JUNE 17th 2:00am – Nintendo – Watch Here 3:00am – Square ...[Read More]

E3 2015 Videos

This is where you learn to suck dicks

E3 2015

Don't be careful what you wish for

E3 2015 News

8.1

Get Around It

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The Evil Within: The Consequence Review

Julia Kidman's mission comes to an end in The Consequence, but is it a satisfying finale?

5.2

Glass Half Full

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Battlefield Hardline: Campaign Review

Battlefield swaps dog tags for badges, but does the game deliver or is it a huge bust?

7.6

Good

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Resident Evil: Revelations 2 Review

Zach plays Capcom's spin-off sequel to see if it treads water or takes the next step?

MIA: Sacrilegium

Where the bloody hell are you?

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Get Around It

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The Order: 1886 Review

The Order: 1886 is a beautiful third person cinematic experience with exceptional production values, solid gunplay and an engaging story

Second Chance Saloon: Issue I

Future Cop LAPD and X-Squad get the what if? treatment

Until Dawn PS4 Valentine’s Day Trailer

A Valentine's day-themed trailer for Supermassive's horror movie-turned-game Until Dawn

The Unfair Pressure On The Order: 1886

  Since its jaw-dropping cinematic unveiling at E3 in 2013, The Order: 1886 has been one of the most anticipated, yet criticised releases of the current console generation.  Its stunning visuals and filmic style have many wondering if it’s simply a matter of style over substance. The early hands on previews at gaming conventions yielded the same divided opinion, some loved the small sli...[Read More]