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A lot has happened in the world of gaming since our last Reader Mailbag podcast – we've got new systems on the horizon and a ton of great games coming out this fall. If you'd like to ask a question of the GI podcast crew, just leave it in the comments section below. We will answer as many of the sensible (and not-so-sensible) questions as we can.
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Which next gen system are you all most excited about?
What was your favorite reveal at this year's E3?
What are your favorite type of games to review? (Like Kim obviously loves her some RPGs)
Did one of my questions get chosen?
What next gen game are you excited for the most?
Do you guys think that with the Microsoft complete flip-flop, that the Xbox One will quickly become as successful as the PS4 is currently shaping into, or are gamers already set on jumping off the Xbox bandwagon?
If you could turn one TV series into a game, what would it be?
Do you think Steam is well.... losing steam? This year's summer sale has been pretty disappointing so far, as most of the games have already been in previous summer sales. Anyway, do you think Valve will still have the monopoly it does on pc gaming now than in 5 years?
Any news on half-life 3?
And what did you guys think of the GTA v gameplay.
Team Bone-In or Boneless? Dan will know what I mean.
1.it seens there is a big push to expand gameinformer online, do you ever see the a day when your magazine is completely online? I personally hope it keeps expanding but I like the print issues.
2. Were you ever given an assignment or trip to see a game or interview that just sounded like it would be really boring or a chore, but turned out better than expected for some reason.
Hope I get an answer, love the show either way.
Question: Haha what do you guys think of the frequent commentators like me who are always on your site?
Which was a better game? The last of us or Bioshock infinite? I know its hard to answer, and its been asked so many times, but it was the first thing that came to mind, and I'm curious what the whole GI staff thinks about it.
should Nintendo even bother trying after the x1 and ps4 come out?
How Can Nintendo make the Wii U a success after a slow start, will a price drop or nintendo's first party line up help the console get of its feet?
How big of a factor do you think stuff like social integration, cloud support, and instant access will play for the next gen consoles?