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Australian Developers
Posted on Sunday, November 20 2005 @ 18:09:10 Eastern

Australian game developers have really come into their own recently. I can't remember many game by Australians, but the ones I do have been really freaking good. For instance, the Destroy All Humans! game was Australian, and look at how insanely fun it is. Many games are where you are the guy trying to stop the aliens from invading, but this one is where YOU'RE THE ALIEN! The other great Australian game I know of was the Transformers game for PS2. Being a giant ass-kicking robot who can turn into a car? Genius. Turning it into a game: Utter Perfection. Nuff said.
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