Want to know what’s on Player Attack this week? Well, here you go – a quick look at what you can expect from the next episode of Australia’s newest video games TV series!
PAX Australia was a big weekend for Melbourne – and a big weekend for gaming. You’ve seen some of the stuff we got up to at the show, but this week we’ve got a bunch of PAX experiences in one handy episode.
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Saints Row IV lets players delve into an arsenal of alien weaponry and technology that will turn each Saint into an ultimate entity of destruction. Utilize out-of-this-world superpowers to fight all the way to the top. With intensified action and enhanced customization, players can use their newfound superpowers and leap over buildings, outrun the fastest sports cars, or send enemies flying with telekinesis in the greatest, most insane installment of Saints Row yet.
Making the weekend even bigger, Surprise Attack was named as Australia’s first indie games publishing label. With three big games on the way, we caught up with founder Chris Wright to find out some of the whys and the hows behind the company.
Targeting all games platforms, including PC, Mac, Linux, mobile, tablet, console and browser, Surprise Attack Games aims to be a new kind of games publisher, focused on partnering with independent teams in the local game development community. Beyond marketing and distribution, the label will help its developers secure the development funding and creative resources they need to bring their visions to the world.
Jimmy the Geek is a funny guy – he found another funny guy roaming the halls, and asked him a few questions. If you’ve ever wanted to know which member of Australian comedy musical group Axis of Awesome has an impressive Triforce tattoo, you need to see this.
The Axis of Awesome are The World’s Most Awesomest Comedy Band. In the incredible time that they have been together, they have done literally so much stuff. They have blown audiences away across Australia and around the world with their mixture of original comedy songs and pop parodies.