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Lock it in Eddie, Buzz goes ocker

Sony Computer Entertainment Australia has announced the latest installment in its Buzz trivia franchise, Buzz! Brain of Oz.

Buzz brushes up on his Australian capital cities
(Credit: Sony Computer Entertainment Australia)

There will be three versions of Brain of Oz, one each for PlayStation 3, PSP and PS2. Naturally the PS3 version will be the most fully featured, with over 4,000 questions — many, apparently, wrapped up in a boxing kangaroo flag, waving a half-drunk can of VB and imploring you to "'ave a go, ya mug!". As with the current Buzz! Quiz TV release, PS3 Buzz-maniacs will be able to compete with others in far away places, such as Iron Knob, Maiden Gully and Blowhard, from the comfort of their own couch. Alternatively, up to eight players can huddle around a TV and berate each other in a horribly un-Australian type of way.

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