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Listen in for everything you need to know about a dark new military shooter, new Skyrim DLC, BioWare's answer to the Mass Effect 3 ending controversy, and the final episode of Roseanne.
Matt Bertz, who reviewed Spec Ops: The Line for Game Informer, is up first. The game is trying to deliver a darker, more thoughtful look at war -- and largely succeeds. Next, Andy Reiner and Matt Miller talk about Dawnguard, the vampiric new DLC for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. Finally, Joe Juba stops by to discuss the new endings for Mass Effect 3 that BioWare released this week. There's a variety of new content for fans that were unsatisfied with the original ending, and Joe feels that the new content does a good job of complementing the original game's finale.
Also, we talk about the last episode of Roseanne. It's really weird.
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Quite a big week for releases if you include the Pyromania update for TF2.
I can smell the weird already
no amazing spider-man or walking dead?
Death to the Dawnguard. I shall blacken the sun.
Really great episode. They just get better and better.
Joe, what ending did you pick for your main ME3 playthrough?
Great podcast, enjoyed all of topics. I was a little wary about listening to the Mass Effect 3 segment, since I don't plan on playing it until most/all of the DLC is out; but you guys skirted around any specific spoilers for it. Thanks again for the excellent Game Informin!
Will this be on Itunes?
Really enjoyed this podcast especially about what they had to say about Spec Ops: The Line because they fairly criticized it but didn't say it was a bad game which it isn't. Although the only thing I would disagree on is how they said in little words is that there is basically no replay value which I find to be untrue. You can play the campaign in another way by making choices you didn't make before and I found the multiplayer to be satisfying even though there isn't nothing new or revolutionary to it.