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DualShockers | E3 2013: Vehicular Warfare in the Desert Wasteland of Avalanche Studios’ Mad Max

David Rodriguez writes, "George Miller’s 1979 film Mad Max was one of the most influential post-apocalyptic science-fiction films of the 20th century. It inspired numerous subsequent films and other media, and paved the way for Australian New Wave’s journey to the mainstream. The original film dealt with a global fuel shortage and eventual breakdown of law and order; eventually society itself degenerated into a hierarchy of nomads and bandits, fighting for control of the remaining water, food, and energy supplies.

Avalanche Studios is currently working on a video game which will adapt numerous elements from all three films that comprise the original trilogy..." (E3, Mad Max, PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One)

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