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343 Industries took up the mantle of the Halo franchise after Bungie, and the studio has done it proud. Find out what's changed, what's new, and what's still great about Halo 4 in this week's podcast.
This week we've got one of the year's biggest games -- and discussion regarding the deal the rocked the entertainment industry this week.
This week we use the disappointing new Medal of Honor game as a jumping off point to discuss the industry's increasing reliance on day one patches. Also, meet our new interns!
In this week's episode, we discuss James Bond's legacy in games and why no game has truly captured the essence of 007. We also talk about the latest Skylanders game.
Regular host Matt Helgeson is off on a less-than-secret mission to New York, so guest host Adam Biessener breaks down this week's two highly anticipated releases.
This week sees another surprise departure of one of gaming's most public figures. We discuss Cliff Bleszinski's exit from Epic Games, plus the RE6 review controversy, and NBA 2K13.
We have a couple of big talkers this week: Nintendo's Wii U launch lineup and pricing and a firsthand report from the Toyko Game Show.
It's a big show this week, featuring an exclusive interview with Garth DeAngelis and Jake Solomon of Firaxis' XCOM team, plus discussion about the fallout out from sudden retirement of BioWare founders Ray Muzyka and Greg Zeschuk and review impressions of Borderlands 2.
Anthony Burch of Gearbox, lead writer of Borderlands 2, joins the podcast this week. We also talk NHL 13, Mark of the Ninja, Double Dragon Neon, and Joe Danger 2.
On this episode, we discuss Kojima's new chapter in the Metal Gear Solid saga and speak with the lead writer of Assassin's Creed 3.
Better late than never! This week special guest Brent Weinbach, co-host of the classic game music blog The Legacy Music Hour, shares some of his favorite 8- and 16-bit music with the GI Show. We also break down Madden 13 and Guild Wars 2.