Kotaku AU Wrap: The Week That Was

Kotaku AU Wrap: The Week That Was

Last week was a big week. Well, technically it was a small week, since most of us had Monday off, but we kicked it off in style regardless, reporting on the World Cyber Games as Charlie ‘Tenshii’ Elliot secured Australia its first gold medal.

We caught a bus coated in some pretty awesome Mario advertisements, and wondered aloud if the thing could snake drift across the Sydney Harbor Bridge (the answer? No. Many innocent people could and would probably die).

In other news, the Aussie Runes of Magic servers kicked off and we caught up with creator Toby Tang and Frogster Pacific CEO Tobias Gerlinger to discuss the consequences.

Check out the full round up below.

Going Where No Free-To-Play Has Gone Before

Reader Review: Lara Croft And The Guardian Of Light

Reader Review: The Mann Conomy


Defence Jobs Recruiting Through iOS Games

Re:coded Gets Aussie Release Date

Aussie Runes of Magic Servers Start Today

Lionhead’s Kingmaker App is Europe Only

Your New Aussie Gaming Hero


All Aboard Sydney’s Mario Bus

Relax Antarctica, MOH Has You Covered


Talk Amongst Yourselves

LunchTimeWaster: TicTac Special Series

Aussie Nintendo Store Waiting for Cave Story

LunchTimeWaster: Box

Community Review: Enslaved

Remember This

Tell Us Dammit

Community Review: Shattered Dimensions

Caption This

LunchTimeWaster: This Robot Doesn’t Give Up

Ask Me Stuff

The Week in Games

Censor Watch


Exclusive Video: Gun Loco Case File 1

Upcoming DLC Puts the Dead in Red Dead


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