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The Official Space Meat Podcast – Episode 03: A Colin Mockery

We’re finally back! It’s a new episode for the New Year, with a shiny new guest host. This week I’m joined by the always interesting Van “The Social Butterfly” Strapp and first time guest Elroy “El Técnico Diablo”.

In this episode we planned on chatting about CES but after I failed to plan the planning properly, we decided the Golden Globes would be more fun. After which we briefly discuss the new digital channels in Australia specifically Channel 11, as well as the obligatory unplanned tangents. A special thanks to Van for hosting and Elroy for the use of his fantastic audio gear.

Episode 03: A Colin Mockery – Download | iTunes

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In space, no one can hear you die.

They’ll hear me screaming from my lounge room though when Dead Space 2 is released this month. The first Dead Space scared the hell out of me with a well produced atmosphere presenting a creepy deep space action horror game filled with spooky sound, grotesque visuals and twisted aliens.

A new launch trailer has just hit in anticipation for the sequels release on 25/01/11, highlighting some of the action set pieces in store for Isaac Clarke’s descent back into a new nightmare of necromorphs. Oh and there’s multiplayer this time around too!

Review: Red Dead Redemption – Undead Nightmare DLC

Developer - Rockstar Games
Publisher - Rockstar Games
Available On - Playstation 3, XBOX 360
Reviewed On - XBOX 360

In the Western and Southern vicinity of the border, it’s time to nut up or shut up. Red Dead Redemption Undead Nightmare tells of John Marston’s plight against supernatural adversity as he strives to rid his family and the land from the clutches of the infectious undead. Right off the bat you’ll notice that Undead Nightmare plays like a homage to all of the B-Grade cheesy horror movies in the world, where the camp factor and ridiculousness are found in excess. As a result, this add-on serves as juxtaposition with the seriousness of the main Red Dead Redemption storyline, as it is not emotionally charged or solemn as a Western-influenced piece of fiction. However, being outright wacky and out of place works in Undead Nightmare’s favour, a luxury most video games can afford to have.

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Review | Sengoku Basara: Samurai Kings – Season 1 Collection


Available now on DVD & Blu-Ray from Madman Entertainment

Since the era of the Playstation 2 there have always been two major franchises that focused on a specific historical period in Japanese History, being the “Warring States” or “Sengoku” era covering it right from the beginning where clans fought for land until the eventual unification of all Japan. Sengoku Basara from Capcom is one of these two series; however instead of being a game release this time around they’ve gone for an anime adaptation of their earliest Basara game, named Devil Kings in PAL territories.

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Green Lantern trailer

We were previously teased with some footage but now we can watch the whole first trailer for Green Lantern in all it’s HD glory. Based on the classic comic book character, the film stars Ryan Reynolds as Hal Jordan a fighter pilot chosen to become one of the protectors of our galaxy know as Green Lanterns.

Check it out embed below or at Apple Trailer in full 1080p.

Source: Apple Trailers | YouTube user kizna412

Review | Hunt to Kill

I’ve always been a fan of bad but good action films and often go searching for the latest straight-to-DVD masterpiece from the likes of Steven Seagal or Jean Claude Van Damme.

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Green Lantern Pre-Trailer First Look

Entertainment Tonight, despite being a terrible show, has once again got an exclusive first look at a highly anticipated film. This time it’s Green Lantern.

ET will be premiering the trailer for the action packed Superhero film on Tuesday, November 16th. In the meantime check out the teaser for the trailer:

Source: /Film | YouTube user meadowkell

Review | 007: Blood Stone

Developer – Bizarre Creations
Publisher – Activision
Available On – Xbox 360 / Playstation 3
Reviewed On – Xbox 360

Two James Bond games hit the shelves this week, and rather unusually it’s the Wii exclusive one that’s got everyone excited. The other is this, Blood Stone. Bizarre Creations, the house that Project Gotham racing and Geometry Wars built’s first stab at crafting an action game since 2008’s super weird yet highly underrated The Club. How is it? Well pretty damn ‘meh’ unfortunately.

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Preview | Tron: Legacy


The upcoming sci-fi film Tron Legacy is sort of big deal in geekdom, it’s a sequel to a 30 year old film about a guy who gets transported into a computer program… despite that it actually looks pretty good.

Included in this preview: the newest trailer / music video for Tron Legacy featuring Daft Punk’s new track “Derezzed”, video from Disney’s World of Color live show which is a light and water show with projected images from Tron Legacy, and finally Space Meat writer Jesse’s description of a 23 minute preview of the film. Read more [+]

After Hours Series 3 on NetGameRadio

After Hours Series 3 premieres tonight on NetGameRadio, and by tonight I mean 30 minutes ago. Yep we’re live right now and will be each Saturday night from 10pm.

I’ll be a joining the NGR guys on the show regularly throughout the season to chat video games and other geekery. So check it out!

After Hours Series 3 explodes onto the airwaves tonight. Join Bench, Josh, and the nGR boys (and girls) for a night on the town…. well, the virtual town. Joining us as a regular is After Hours veteran, Liam Marcon as well as a few other community favourites.

Team Fortress 2 is where we’ll be hanging out once again thanks to BestGN, TF2 #8 unless we have to move. Jump in IRC or Vent and give us your opinion, who knows you might even make it on the show as has happened in the past for the faithful fans of the mayhem that is After Hours.