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Interview – Max Chuvalov, PR & Marketing Product Manager at Wargaming

At PAX Australia, Save Game were lucky enough to sit down with Max Chuvalov, PR and Marketing Product Manager at Wargaming to discuss World of Warships. We spoke about a variety of topics, from lessons learned from previous games, to what players can expect to see from a gameplay perspective with World of Warships. The full transcript from the interview is below.

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Weekend News Recap

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Witcher 3 DLC! Dragon Age Inquisition naughty bedroom talk! Call of Duty! Halo stuff! Exclamation points! Please stop me! This past week there was some big news so in case you missed it, we have you covered.

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Bioware releases new Mass Effect concept art

Happy N7 Day, everyone!  For the last few years, November 7th has been the day Mass Effect fans have come together with developer Bioware to celebrate the landmark science fiction trilogy. chosen because of the titular N7 armor worn by Commander Shepard.  This year, Bioware shared some brand new concept art for the next Mass Effect game.  Read on to take a look.

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The Witcher 3 will be getting 16 free pieces of DLC

Downloading additional game content is something we’ve all gotten used to.  Everything from new weapons and clothing to full blown expansions can be purchased online.  It’s nothing new.  What is new, however, is a developer deciding to give away all of its DLC for free.  CD Projekt Red, the studio behind The Witcher 3, decided to do just that.  Read on for the details. 

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Backlog – The Novelist

You know what’s great? Bundle sales! You know what sucks? Getting a bunch of games in bundle sales that you never play! Due to my lack of proper time management and my wretched memory, the backlog of games in my possession that I have never even installed is pretty huge. So I’ve decided to buckle down and play every single one. First up is The Novelist.

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Interview – Mike Laidlaw, Creative Director of Dragon Age Inquisition

Bioware recently made the long, loooong trip to PAX Australia to give fans down under an early look at Dragon Age Inquisition.  Expectations are high for the developer’s latest epic RPG, and nobody is more aware of this than Creative Director Mike Laidlaw. He sat down with Tash to talk about romances, crafting, and beard growing contests. No, really.

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Community report – PAX Australia 2014

During my time as Editor-in-Chief of Save Game, I’ve been to a lot of conventions. Some of them have been local events. Others have been popular national events with attendance statistics over 100,000. I’ve even headed to the big one, E3. But of all the cons I’ve been to across the years of running this site, PAX Australia 2014 has been the first con where I’ve honestly been able to stand back whilst there and think “Damn. I’m HOME.”

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EA Access to get Dragon Age Inquisition five days early

Hey, I’ve got two questions for you.  Do you have an Xbox One?  Are you an EA Access member?  Are you counting down the days to Dragon Age Inquisition?  Actually, that was three questions, but whatever.  If you answered yes to all of them, I’ve got some good news for you.  You’ll be able to play Inquisition five whole days before everyone else.  Read on for the details.

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Evolve’s PS4 Big Alpha Postponed

It seems like it’s a big week of postponements for Playstation after 2K and Turtle Rock Studios announced this weekend’s Big Alpha for their latest first-person shooter, Evolve, will be delayed for PS4 players. While they didn’t provide details on exactly what’s causing the delay, it seems PS4’s recent 2.00 firmware update has created difficulties in accessing the game. Both 2K and Turtle Rock are working to resolve the issue as soon a possible.

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Live action CoD: Advanced Warfare trailer is Brotastic

In case you haven’t heard, there’s apparently a new Call of Duty game coming out soon.  I know, right?  I hadn’t heard of it either.  But seriously, folks, the Activision hype machine has made it impossible to be even remotely interested in games, and not know Advanced Warfare is on the way.  The newest trailer is… well, it’s something you just have to see.

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