AU Wrap Up April 22-26
What Aussie gaming news went down this week? We round up the happenings in one handy post, presented in glorious chronological format!
AU Shippin’ Out April 22-27: Dead Island: Riptide
First-person shooter Dead Island: Riptide shuffled onto Aussie shelves this week, with gamers able to pick up the Zombie Bait edition. The game follows the events of the first Dead Island, with several members of the original cast making a return. For more information on what games hit retail this week, read AU Shippin’ Out.
Battlefield 4 to appear at EB Expo 2013
Electronic Arts Australia confirmed this week that Battlefield 4 will be making an appearance at EB Expo 2013. The announcement, which was made on Twitter, invited attendees to “experience Battlefield 4” at this year’s event. For additional details on the game and this year’s EB Expo, check out the full article.
Dead Island: Riptide Zombie Bait edition shipping despite apologies from publisher
The Zombie Bait edition of Dead Island: Riptide was met with controversy, but that did not stop the product from being sold at retail. Exclusive to the United Kingdom, Europe, and Australia, the Zombie Bait edition features a 31cm resin statue of a decapitated near-naked female upper body. Check out the full post for more details.
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