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Episode 16 discusses our reviews of BioShock 2 and Dante's Inferno.
This week we talk about a surprising Wii U exclusive, the year's biggest video game acquisition, and catch up with post-review impressions of Destiny.
Watch us talk about potential new versions of the Xbox One and PlayStation 4, Nintendo's bold path, and Jay and Silent Bob.
The annual Consumer Electronics Show is taking place this week, and it brought with it some big announcements from the likes of Sony and Valve. Also, we got ourselves a shiny new PC editor.
We've got some great games to discuss this week, namely Pikmin 3, Mario
& Luigi: Dream Team, Tales of Xillia, Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons,
and Dragon's Crown.
We discuss some essential downloadable games and reminisce about handheld gaming's past.
This week we get into the controversy started by the tweets
heard 'round the world by ex-Microsoft Studios' creative director Adam Orth.
On a week without a standout game release, at least Electronic Arts and Disney made some news by announcing a partnership for Star Wars video games.
In this week's GI podcast, we catch up with Crysis 3 and the latest Metal Gear game, plus delve into the debate surrounding microtransactions in games.
We debate Microsoft's Scorpio, Mighty No 9's turbulent release, and learn about Deus Ex's development with Stephane D'Astous.
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.
Listen in to the new episode of the GI Show podcast to hear all our
thoughts about will (and should) happen at the show for Sony, Microsoft,