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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 12:21pm 04/06/14 | 1 Comments
A long time ago we used to do the Monday Wrap here on AusGamers: a post outlining all the content we'd posted up the previous week, and now that we have even more content than we used to, it's high time we brought the same platform back -- so here's what you may have missed on Australia's best independent gaming site over the past few weeks and just ahead of E3.

We kick things off with our extensive Destiny updated coverage thanks to recent trip out to Bungie in Seattle, WA. We put together a Destiny hands-on preview and also spoke in video and transcribed form with Bungie's David "DeeJ" Dague. We reviewed the disappointing Daylight on PS4 as well as the much better The Walking Dead Season 2: Episode 3 In Harm's Way.

We spoke with Aussie indie developer Dylan Browne about his sci-fi horror debut, Caffeine and also took a passionate (and informed) look at the forthcoming H1Z1 from the perspective of a die-hard DayZ fan. We reviewed two of the month's biggest releases in Wolfenstein: the New Order and new kid on the block Watch Dogs.

We got even more top-end developer access and hands-on in the US at two pre-E3 events looking first at Evolve where we played with four new hunters, and also spoke with Turtle Rock co-founder Phil Robb. We also took to an alien planet to further humanity in the world's first hands-on with Civilization: Beyond Earth.

We had a chance to chat with The Elder Scrolls Online's creative director Paul Sage about the new Craglorn content, as well as play and have the shit scared out of us by The Evil Within where we also chatted with bethesda's Pete Hines. We took a world's first look at the new free-to-play title BattleCry from BattleCry Studios and also spoke with industry veteran Rich Vogal about the studio's debut game.

We took Evolution Studios' DRIVECLUB for a test drive and went hands-on (again) with EA Sports UFC. We also took an in-depth look at keeping older multiplayer games alive and finally, we closed out the period with reviews for The Wolf Among Us: Episode 4 - In Sheep's Clothing and the disappointing but still interesting Murdered: Soul Suspect. Phew.

We'll have stacks more coming your way during the E3 week next week, and as always, post-E3 AusGamers is your best stop for in-depth features and interviews around everything we'll see and get our hands on at the show.

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Posted 01:21pm 04/6/14
I look forward to more E3 coverage, keep up the good work!
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