It's been a hectic few
weeks, not just the one, and with settling in after E3 as well as getting on top of all the great info we grabbed from the event, AusGamers' Weekly Wrap took a short break. But we're back with arguably the biggest wrap yet, and it's only going to keep being full (and tasty) with all the great gaming we have for you ahead (on top of more post-E3 stuff, we also have new hands-on sessions in the works as well as a massive manifest of reviews to roll out).
So don't mind us as we recap some of the early post-E3 features we managed to put together. After all, you might have actually missed the, and we wouldn't want that now, would we? So sit back and click through with all of the links provided below...
In the headlines
Codemasters and Atari revealed new cricketers
have signed on for Ashes Cricket 2009, we found
Xbox Live Gold Memberships running at AU$1 for a month's trial, Splash Damage revealed Brink would indeed be using a dedicated server system
for PC multiplayer, more revelations in the Duke Nukem fiasco unearthed
the existence of "Duke Begins", we decided to add Usenet
to your AusGamers file grabbing abilities, Infinity Ward all but officially revealed we'd see
a snow map for multiplayer in Modern Warfare 2, Rockstar moved GTA: Chinatown Wars
to the PSP and also gave us a glimpse at
the all-new Max Payne, NCSoft's Aion will be hitting Aussie store shelves in a Limited Edition bundle
, id Software accepted an acquisition
by Bethesda parent company Zenimax, BioWare and Mythic are teaming up
over at EA to make an uber RPG studio, will the loss of "Call of Duty"
from Modern Warfare 2's title affect sales? Age of Conan received its biggest content update
yet, original Killzone 1 maps landed on
Killzone 2, the Arma 2 demo launched
, Valve released updates
for both Left 4 Dead and Team Fortress 2 and finally, EA very sneakily launched
Videos we highly recommend:In local video and editorial
we have an absolute feast for you as well with a host of video interviews and transcripts from our time over at E3 as well as key previews and impressions of some of the year's biggest releases. A few of these editorial/interview pieces happened over a week ago, but just in case you missed them:
Finally, not to be outdone by our own preview and interview sessions, Dan and I also managed to squeeze in a review of Red Faction: Guerrilla
, while our own James Cottee and Mike Bantick checked out Monster Hunter Freedom Unite
and Wallace & Gromit's Grand Adventures
That's it from us for last week, but this week has heaps in store, so be sure to stay tuned for more news, review, previews and interviews, right here on AusGamers.