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WIN 1 of 3 Riese Kingdom Falling DVDs! *Competition Closed*

Competition Closed: Thank you to everyone who entered, the winners will be contacted shortly and their prizes will be sent out to them. If you didn’t win keep an eye on the site or our Twitter (@SpaceMeatAU) for future competitions.

Sci-Fi fans rejoice! We’ve got a chance for you to get your hands on the just released DVD of the award winning Sci-Fi online series, Riese Kingdom Falling.

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Riese Kingdom Falling follows a reluctant heroine and her wolf as they travel through a collapsing world. On her journey she will piece together her past and emerge as the sole beacon of hope. Winner of Best Cinematography from the International Academy of Web Television and narrated by Amanda Tapping (Sanctuary), the series stars a talented line-up from popular series such as Stargate Universe, Smallville and Harper’s Island.

Beyond Home Entertainment is giving 3 lucky Space Meat readers the chance to win the Riese Kingdom Falling series DVD.

To enter simply follow @SpaceMeatAU on Twitter and tweet the following:

Follow @SpaceMeatAU & RT for a chance to #WIN 1 of 3 Riese Kingdom Falling DVDs! http://bit.ly/win-riese2

Entry Conditions & Competition details:
1. Entry tweets must contain “@SpaceMeatAU” and “http://bit.ly/win-riese2”.
2. Entrants must be following @SpaceMeatAU
3. Open to Australian residents only
4. Closes at 10PM on 30/09/2011

Review | Kaiba


Available now on DVD from Siren Visual

To all people out there, in one way or another memories are important to them. They allow us to remember, absorb life experiences and learn. Experiences and memories are our own and uniquely ours to reflect on. That said, what if that could be changed? What if memories could be modified, removed or added in order to create a more enjoyable life or even change opinion?

Now this idea of memory modification has been tackled before in movies such as The Matrix and Inception yet it’s a concept anime hasn’t really touched all that much. Kaiba, published in Australia by Siren Visual and created by Madhouse under the direction of Masaaki Yuasa (Tatami Galaxy, Shin-chan) explores a reality where bodies and memories can be changed, stored or stolen depending on the intent. Siren have continued along the path of releasing more unique anime titles, bringing out Kaiba as a 12 episode DVD box collection. Read more [+]

WIN 1 of 3 Marvel Knights Motion Comic Packs! *Competition Closed*

Competition Closed: Thank you to everyone who entered, the winners will be contacted shortly and their prizes will be sent out to them. If you didn’t win keep an eye on the site or our Twitter (@SpaceMeatAU) for future competitions.

Exciting news, true believers! If the recent cinema blockbusters Thor and Captain America: The First Avenger excited your inner (or outer) comic book geek, you won’t want to miss out on this opportunity to get some superhero action at home.

Magna Home Entertainment is giving 3 lucky Space Meat readers the chance to win DVDs of the latest Marvel motion comics: Marvel Knights: Animated Miniseries Collection and Marvel Knights: Thor and Loki: Blood Brothers.

To enter simply follow @SpaceMeatAU on Twitter and tweet the following:

Follow @SpaceMeatAU & RT for a chance to WIN 1 of 3 Marvel Knights Motion Comic packs! http://bit.ly/pZNKhk

Entry Conditions & Competition details:
1. Entry tweets must contain “@SpaceMeatAU” and “http://bit.ly/pZNKhk”.
2. Entrants must be following @SpaceMeatAU
3. Open to Australian residents only
4. Closes at 10PM on 08/08/2011

Viva Voce Video Games

Now days it’s less Viva Voce (Word of mouth) and more Viva Twtter but despite the medium shift people still love to speak their minds about the latest upcoming video games.

The Social Analyst, the official blog for the team behind the online discussion monitoring tool Online 1984, have released an interesting report on ranking the games still to come out in 2011 based on comments on social media, forums and blogs across the web. The most interesting result being Call of Duty Modern Warfare 3’s 3rd place ranking in the battle of the threes, behind Battlefield 3 and Uncharted 3. Check out the chart below and click through to the article.

Review | Mobile Suit Z Gundam: Collection 1 & 2


Available now on DVD from Madman Entertainment

Mecha is such a large market in the anime industry. More often then not you’ll see series after series pop up that involves robots fighting some kind of space war for a belief of some sort and it will end with a grand finish, normally with the heroes triumphant.

That said, all this mecha craze had to start somewhere and Gundam is certainly a series that helped pioneered this love for all things robot related. Madman recently have been acquiring some of the older Gundam including one of the earliest, Mobile Suit Z (Zeta) Gundam available as two collections (50 episodes) on DVD. Read more [+]

Review | Claymore: Collection


Available now on DVD & Blu-Ray from Madman Entertainment

Anime fans that have been around for a while may remember an incredibly gory anime out there called Berserk. Berserk as a series is still going even today, with a Dreamcast game a while ago and a manga that has been going for two decades now as of 2010. Extremely violent fantasy anime is certainly a niche market yet also it is something that has not been catered to for a while. That said, as one of the earlier Blu-Ray launches by Madman, Claymore was released as a full collection produced by Madhouse (Record of Lodoss War, Chobits, Death Note among many others). Read more [+]

Review: Dead Space 2

Developer - Visceral Games
Publisher - Electronic Arts
Available On - XBOX 360, PS3, Windows
Reviewed On - XBOX 360

Space is a pretty scary place. There’s no oxygen, not much light, and it seems every time we make progress in exploring the deeper voids we uncover a brutal alien civilization destined to make harvest of the human race. This is Isaac Clarke’s peril, or, it was in the original Dead Space. Now things have gotten a little more severe.

Three years after the original events on board the spaceship Ishimura, Isaac finds himself struggling to overcome crippling dementia as a result of his original terrifying encounter with Read more [+]

Review: Durarara!! Part 1

Most anime series these days are extremely linear and rather basic in their story direction. That is, told from the perspective of one single person or group. Siren Visual however has licensed and released ‘Durarara!!‘ produced by Brain’s Base (behind series such as Baccano), a series gaining popularity very quickly and taking a different perspective from the normal approach that a series may have. Read more [+]

Shadowloo Showdown 2011

Back for their second year the guys over at Shadowloo are set to host another epic fighting game tournament in Melbourne on June 25th at the CQ Hotel.

If you’re wondering just how epic this may be, well it’s damn epic enough to bring several of the world’s top Super Street Fighter IV players all the way down to Australia to compete Read more [+]

Review: Bulletstorm

Developers – People Can Fly and Epic Games
Publisher – Electronic Arts
Available On - Playstation 3, XBOX 360, PC
Reviewed On - XBOX 360

Bulletstorm, developed by People Can Fly in conjunction with Epic Games, involves 26th century space pirate captain Grayson Hunt as he leads his crew into fatal consequences after a failed attempt for reparation. Hunt and his cohort (including Ishi Sato, Hunt’s cyborg AI partner in the campaign) defected from their previous work as soldiers oblivious to the fact that they were assassinating innocent people for corrupt officials. The crew eventually caught light of this, escaped and resorted to raiding, robbing and picking off inexperienced bounty hunters for a living. Fast forward to present day, Hunt and Sato have drawn short straws and are fighting for their lives on a planet full of murderous natives in hopes of escape and retribution along the way.

With Bulletstorm, People Can Fly aimed to create an experience similar to early first person shooter titles like Doom, Quake and even Duke Nukem Read more [+]