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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 03:18pm 01/08/13 | 5 Comments
Avalanche will surely know the chant "Aussie, Aussie, Aussie -- Oi, Oi, Oi" by the time they're finished with the Mad Max videogame. Our drive to have an Australian accent for the titular character has been doing the rounds ever since E3, and while we helped champion unsuccessfully for Mel's brother Donal Gibson to throw his voice-talent behind Max (despite being born in the US, much like Mel), it's looking like the franchise's Aussie roots aren't being nearly as forgotten as we thought they may have been.

Aussie comic book scribe and friend of the site, Tom Taylor (The Deep, Injustice: Gods Among Us), revealed today via Facebook that he's been brought on board to help flesh out the backstory to Avalanche's Mad Max interpretation, giving us a link to a motion comic published by DC with art by Jason Shawn Alexander. (He also uses the word "petrol" and not "gas").

Check it out embedded below. Mad Max is scheduled to release in 2014 on Xbox 360, Xbox One, PS3, PS4 and PC.





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eski
Posted 03:25pm 01/8/13
Good stuff. It reminds me a bit of the intro to Beneath a Steel Sky
Ryan
Posted 04:01pm 01/8/13
I'm confused, is it an Aussie max but the game is based out of Australia? Cause the steering wheels are opposite.
kaff
Posted 04:04pm 01/8/13
They say "gas" in the films too. ;) (unless I'm talking crap)
Steve Farrelly
Posted 04:16pm 01/8/13
he says "gasoline" in the movies
Chang
Posted 10:29pm 01/8/13
More like "Guzzaline"
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