AU Wrap Up February 18-22

What Aussie gaming news went down this week? We round up the happenings in one handy post, presented in glorious chronological format!

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AU Shippin’ Out February 18-24: Crysis 3
What games hit Aussie shelves this week? Crytek’s futuristic sci-fi shooter Crysis 3 was released for the 360, PS3 and PC. The game has been described by Crytek CEO Cevat Yerli as one of the most technically competent titles ever released on current-generation consoles, using almost every ounce of power from existing platforms. For more details on games released this week, check out the full article.

Wii U-exclusive Lego City: Undercover Australian release confirmed
Nintendo Australia has unveiled an official release date for the latest entry into the Lego City series of games, Lego City: Undercover. The open-world action-adventure game sees protagonist Chase McCain embark on a hunt for criminals in his role as an undercover cop. The title will feature gameplay on the Wii U Gamepad controller. For more information including release date and game features, read the full post.

Limited edition Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate bundles coming to Wii U and 3DS
Action role playing game Monster Hunter 3 is receiving limited edition treatment for the Wii U and 3DS in the form of Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate. The game is exclusive to Nintendo and is included in bundles with the Wii U or 3DS. For more details read the article.

PlayStation 4 listed for A$899 at EB Games Australia
Sony unveiled the PlayStation 4 console on February 20 at its PlayStation event in New York. While Sony has yet to announce an official price for the console, Australian retailer EB games has listed the PS4 on its website, available for preorder at a placeholder price of A$899. To get the full rundown on the listing, check out the article.

Discussion

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vampyre1985
vampyre1985

Is the ozspot coming back this year?

vampyre1985
vampyre1985

@Zorine That is a shame :( No more listening to this in the car then. Will miss you guys.