Mad Max

2015 gaming highlight reel shows GOTY will be hard to pick

  There’s only three more (ish) weeks of 2015 to go, so we all know what that means: it’s round-up time! And what better way to do that then with a montage? In a similar vein to DJ Earworm’s annual “United States of Pop” mashups, whose most recent one was actually pretty average mainly because Justin Bieber released an album this year, YouTuber Tim Main creates &...[Read More]

Mad Max review: Shadow of Arkham

–  Aaron Birch No doubt you’ve seen Mad Max: Fury Road and thought “That car combat was amazing. If only I could do that!” Well, although it may be illegal to customise your car with giant spikes and jump around with explosive spears while a guitarist plays hard rock hanging off the front of your car, at least the last time I checked, the world of videogames is here to indulge you. Bro...[Read More]

Mad Max launch trailer and some dirty cars

–  Aaron Birch The Mad Max videogame has launched worldwide now, including here in Australia where the legend began, and the silver screen hero’s rebirth continues with Avalanche’s open world apocalypse filled with fisticuffs and plenty of high speed combat. Clearly based upon Fury Road‘s style, Mad Max the videogame tells its own separate story, this time actually revolving arou...[Read More]

Mad Max collector’s edition comes with Fury Road

– Tom Heath Warner Bros have announced the collector’s edition for the Mad Max game ahead of its release this September, and it comes with a more practical inclusion on top of the usual knick-knacks typically found in these sorts of things. Dubbed the “Post-Apocalypse” edition, it includes a Blu-Ray copy of this year’s Mad Max: Fury Road as well as the classic steelbo...[Read More]

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