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This episode features video game predictions for 2010 and a wrap-up of the 2009 Consumer Electronics Show.
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.
Jeff Cork and Bryan Vore report from Gamescom in Germany, plus Reiner talks El Shaddai.
This week we break down Spike TV's controversial VGX awards and talk about a trio of excellent racing games that have released recently.
We speak with the famed Ultima Online creator about a new film that documents his journey to the International Space Station. Also, Matt Bertz reports from CES.
In this week's episode we speak with the lead designer of XCOM: Enemy
Within and debate Quantic Dream's polarizing Beyond: Two Souls.
This week is an action-packed show with a report from last week's PAX convention, and discussion on two high-profile new games.
This week, two classics from gaming's recent and not-so-recent past return in improved form, and we discuss a bold new Electronic Arts gaming service.
This week, we tap our reviewers for Army of Two and Dark Void and open the reader mailbag once again.
2013 was a breakout year for indie games. In this podcast we discuss
some of the year's best, including Gone Home, The Stanley Parable, and
New Modern Warfare 2 and Bad Company 2 maps, Cave Story, and Deadly Premonition are all spotlighted on this week's podcast
We have a wide-ranging discussion about the past, present, and future of multiplayer, and reminisce about the golden age of split-screen multiplayer.