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MONDAY PODCAST Episode 44 > In the latest instalment of Australia’s grooviest gaming podcast, the gang chats about Warp, I Am Alive, Dear Esther, Wasteland 2, The Showdown Effect, SimCity, the Mass Effect 3 ending controversy, Dark Energy Digital’s closure and much more! READ MORE
TUESDAY NEWS nanoBITES 75 > Get ready for the third Infinity Blade title in as many years. Set generations prior to the events of the first game, Infinity Blade: Dungeons appears to have as much in common with Diablo as it does its predecessors. Look for it on iOS later this year. This is just one of the stories in the latest edition of nanoBITES, our ongoing feature devoted to small but important news items. READ MORE
WEDNESDAY JUST ANNOUNCED Audiosurf Air > Four years after the mesmeric Audiosurf became the darling of the indie community, a sequel of sorts is in the works. Like its predecessor, the newly announced Audiosurf Air will feature futuristic racing visuals, rhythm based gameplay and the capacity to import your own digital music into the game in order to generate custom challenges. READ MORE
THURSDAY NEW TRAILER Legend of Grimrock > Finnish developer Almost Human is on the verge of unleashing its long awaited debut, an old school first person dungeon crawler known as Legend of Grimrock. You’ll control a party of four prisoners, each desperate to escape the bowels a of mountain packed with monsters, puzzles and traps. READ MORE
FRIDAY JUST ANNOUNCED Dungeonland > Paradox Interactive doesn’t enjoy the profile of an EA or an Activision, but that certainly hasn’t prevented the publisher from investing in new and original games. Dungeonland is, a comedic sword and sorcery adventure set in a theme park. The game will challenge players to conquer and loot randomised environments in an attempt to overpower the sinister Dungeon Master. READ MORE
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