Kotaku AU Wrap: The Week That Was

Kotaku AU Wrap: The Week That Was
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Last week saw the release a few big, time-consuming games, and we’ll be having a few community reviews this week to see what everyone thinks about Civilization V, Dead Rising 2, and F1 2010. Good Old Games had a good old prank, we learned what the Internode/GameServers deal means for us, and we got a peak at both Medal of Honor and Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit.

Here’s a full roundup of last week’s shenanigans:

The Art Of The Visceral Crash: Your Interview With Matt Webster
Community Review: Amnesia: The Dark Descent
Your Interview With Richard Farrelly
What The Internode/GameServers Deal Means
Reader Review: Plain Sight

PES 2011, Castlevania Slip To Oct 14
Good Old Games’ Good Old Prank
How Successful Was GOG’s Prank?
Halfbrick’s Fruit Ninja Casually Sells Another Million
PES 2010 Finals To Stream Live
A Big W Search For Kinect Reveals…
World’s Fastest Man Outpaced By Melbourne Youth
OnLive Makes Dev Kit Available To Indies
Starcraft 2 Patch 1.1 Arrives Thursday With North American Access

Bargain Hunter: Reach, Mario Kart Wii, & Galaxy 2
Tell Us Dammit
LunchTimeWaster: Dance On Someone’s Grave
Remember This?
Magnanimous: Game Informer
Ask Me Stuff
LunchTimeWaster: My First Quantum Translocator
Caption This!
The Week In Games
Censor Watch

WIN! Copy Of Civilization V, Free Session At Civilization Anonymous
Some Of Your Civilization V Competition Entries
More Civ V Competition Entries
Did You Win? Tickets To The Dead Rising 2 Launch Event

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