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Post by Dan @ 09:26am 16/07/13 | 3 Comments
As promised, Avalanche Studios and Warner Bros Interactive have released a new trailer for the upcoming Mad Max videogame, offering the first look at the in-game visuals in motion in a clip titled "Soul of a Man":
Hope is lost and only the savage survive. In a world where the roads are paved to nowhere, what choices will you make to stay alive?
While the video is narrated by a woman with a US accent, Avalanche has confirmed that Max himself will now be getting paired with an Aussie voice actor.

Mad Max is in development for PC, Xbox 360, Xbox One and PlayStation 4, and due in 2014.




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Latest Comments
tel
Posted 10:52am 16/7/13
The road warrior is back! Some of the scenes reminded of Rage, I hope it will be better than that game.
BladeRunner
Posted 01:25pm 16/7/13
Not a lot of gameplay in that video....

I also hope its better then Rage.
Viper119
Posted 02:39am 17/7/13
They should of got Mel Gibson to voice him, sure he would of discounted his fee to further the Mad Max canon, they probably didn't even ask.
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