Kotaku AU Wrap: The Week That Was

Last week was all about a new online service from Sony, a new console from Microsoft and bringing back the biff.

The week that was on Kotaku AU:

News New Final Fantasy DS Dated</a Rugby League Comes To PS3, Xbox 360 This September Lower Classification Fees To Help Indie Devs, Aussie Gamers Lionhead's "Project Milo" Probably Won't Be Released E3's Biggest Surprises: Enter Sandman Australia Gets Its Own Indie Games Awards Bargain Hunter: The Best Xbox Slim Deal? Gamers 4 Croydon Decides To Not Press Continue Super Mario Galaxy 2 Launch Is All About The Love Microsoft: We Have "Learned From" Xbox 360 Mistakes Game On Exhibition Holds World Premiere In Australia Remember EA's "Project Red"? Disney Taps Into iPhone Market Dead Rising 2 Dated & Rated Digital Distribution Dos And Don'ts Aussie Nintendo Store: Euphoric Prehistoric Help Blizzard Help You Sydney Gamers League Revitalised

Culture Puma Joins The 8-bit Revolution What's On Good Game Tonight? Forget The Slim, Check Out The New Soft Consoles A "Shine Get" From Mario To Peach Show Us Yours: That's A Lot Of Protection Which Motion Control Device Are You More Likely To Buy?

Regulars The Week In Games AU Diary: My Steam Summer Splurge Ask Me Stuff AU Diary: Polished Design Tell Us Dammit Kotaku Matchmaker: Monster Hunter Tri Talk Amongst Yourselves

Hands-On Reader Review: Jolly Rover Reader Review: The Pokewalker Reader Review: No More Heroes 2 Reader Review: Naughty Bear

Features The Rise And Fall Of Red Ant Why I’m Not Subscribing To PlayStation Plus Games Of The Half-Year

Remember This? Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

LunchTimeWasters Come On Chemicals Spore Was Never This Gross First Person Sweeper Better Than Doodle Kings... Doodle Gods! Reverse The Polarities

Competitions Your Last Demon's Souls Winner Who Wrote The Best Review In June? Who Wants A Kane & Lynch 2 Demo Code?


Comments

    Seriously! What the hell have you done to our website?
    We really DO NOT APPRECIATE being provincially fence posted into a .com.au address that:
    A: looks like poo poo, white page text scroller with tiny thumbs. Does your Ausie counterparts assume that we are all running 56k modems or something, give us back our large graphics, our international news and well, everything really.
    I mean if the intention of ip redirect to local site was to make it more relevant then that’s a fail, as we have been interested in what’s happening over there all along. Local content fail, it’s boring.
    To make matters worse you have done this for Kotato as well, really, .... I’m lost for words. We just wanted to read about games, your killing us here!
    Look PLEASE let us at least browse the .com address so we can catch up on daily news.

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