Author: Mathew Perkins

The Mega Cast #45: Totally Realistic E3 Predictions

Benny joins us from AteBit to help us discuss all our E3 predictions! From a Spyro the dragon remake, to New Playstation and Xbox Hardware. We also share our dream of Bethesda created a real world glitch, live on stage. Perko finally finishes Persona 5 and Joey is still talking about Brigador. Come and join us!

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The Mega Cast #44: Shoot Gun, Man Kill

In a very special Mega Cast, we speak to Matt from Codemasters about their upcoming release, Micro Machines World Series! We discuss NBA, what it’s like being a part of such a prestigious racing developer, and how the hell he managed to get out of a small country town, travel half way around the world and follow his dream.

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The Mega Cast #42: The Shaman Who Clicks His Buttons

ChinglishTV joins us this week to talk about how life is as a WoW streamer and deservedly gives Perko a whole lot of shit about a bad, bad rap video from 2007. Huddo gives us an update on family life and H1Z1. Joey gets mad about pretty much everything and Wilko somehow manages to keep everyone sane. In amongst all of that, we talk a bunch about games!

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The Mega Cast#41: High School Broadway

This week we are lucky enough to have Nick from Earthwork Games on to talk about their hit physics based, fort combat game aptly titled, Forts! We also talk about Darksiders 3, Persona 5 (Again), Strafe, Dawn of War 3 and a bunch of other cool shit that is coming out over the coming months!

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The 5th Brisbane Video Game and Pop Culture Markets

Growth, is good. It helps to define us as people and impacts everything around us. Seeing something you love, grow and mature, is an incredibly special experience that, despite its occasional bumps and the odd veer off the proverbial road, is as rewarding as it can be challenging. To say that I am pleased to see this incredible little market heading down its own road of growth is an understatement. Walking up to Shady Palms on Sunday and seeing the large group of people slowly shuffling their way around the myriad of retro gold brought a smile to my...

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