Chris Button

Chris Button is an award-nominated writer based in Adelaide, who specialises in videogames and technology. His words have appeared on Junkee, GameSpot, Byteside and plenty more. He loves all things screen-related, sport, and small fluffy animals. Chris also uses Twitter more than he probably should.

Chris's Latest Articles

Developers of Armello, League of Geeks, are situated in The Arcade. SAE have partnered with the space.
Education & Student News

SAE Institute teams up with Melbourne's The Arcade

The partnership between The Arcade and SAE will see students working among some of the best game dev teams in…

Fornite maker Epic Games has chosen UniSA as its first Australian academic partner
Education & Student News

Epic Games and UniSA team up for Unreal Academic Partnership

The University of South Australia is the first Australian institution to be accepted into Epic Games' Unreal Academic Partner Program.

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Game Review: The Forgotten City epitomizes the storytelling power of games

From Melbourne studio Modern Storyteller, The Forgotten City empowers you with a sense of complete agency, telling a thought-provoking story…

Melanie Bracewell, Tim McDonald, and Tom Gleisner on the set of The Cheap Seats
Features

The Cheap Seats: Tom Gleisner talks pandemic production and youthful energy

Tom Gleisner gives insight into how Working Dog has found free-to-air success during Covid.

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Review: Phantom Abyss - A promising mixture of movement and mystery

The kinetic experience of making your way through hazard-filled temples in Phantom Abyss makes us eager to see what else…

The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles
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Game Review: The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles delivers thrilling legal drama

The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles is the most narratively and thematically consistent entry to date for the legal drama series.

Overboard!, a whodunnit game by Inkle
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Game Review: ‘Overboard!’ is a delightful reversal of the murder mystery

A whodunnit where youdunnit, Overboard! is a remarkably fresh, clever take on the time-worn mystery genre.