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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 12:35pm 01/03/10 | 1 Comments
The last week of Feb was a relatively quiet one. We had a few revelations, but it represented games steadily moving forward, which is a good segue to pointing out submissions for the R 18+ discussion paper in Australia closed on Sunday, hopefully with enough intelligent conversation and though-provoking subs to help this country's games industry equally move forward at a steady and mature pace.

Anyway, without further stalling for time (see if you can guess the origin of that quote), I give you the week that was the last week of February.

In The Headlines
We saw a tantalising behind-the-scenes look at the new Prince of Persia film, new MGS: Peace Walker details emerged, Mass Effect 2 on PC received a patch, BioShock 2 DLC was revealed, the Steam Beta arrived, we ask if Windows XP on its last legs?, Nintendo revealed a new black Wii, Quake Live turned one, a single-player demo for Supreme Commander 2 was made available on Steam, Battlefield Heroes cheating was addressed, Nintendo of Australia confirmed Dragon Quest IX would come to Oz, rumours surfaced Steam would be landing on Mac soon, a Darksiders demo was released on PS3 and 360 and finally, BioWare revealed details for new Mass Effect 2 DLC.

Videos We Highly RecommedFinally, on the editorial front we had a few reviews in last week including MAG for PS3, Napoleon: Total War for PC and finally, Heavy Rain for PS3.

That's it from us for another week, but March and April are very big months in gaming, so keep your eyes peeled for more great coverage from AusGamers.

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Posted 12:45pm 01/3/10
Good wrap Steve.
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