Try our new beta!Click here
100°
Submitted by sayedstafa 1290d ago | podcast

Out of Continues Ep 34: Evolution of Controllers

Sayed Stafa returns from his trip to London and joins with Phosphor this episode to talk about his trip. They also go over Just Cause 2, and then have a discussion on the innovation an evolution of game controllers and input devices. After that, they share some news articles on Sid Meiers and cheating, Gamestop's CEO on used digital game sales, and Gabe Newell on Windows 8. After some listener feed back, some announcements are shared which include free games for any Reddit members who help with the podcast, and a Super Street Fighter 4: Arcade Edition giveaway that can be entered by "Liking" the Out of Continues Facebook Page. (Culture, Gabe Newell, GameStop, Industry, Just Cause 2, PC, PS3, Retro, Sid Meiers, Super Street Fighter IV Arcade Edition, Wii U, Windows 8, Xbox 360)

Add comment

You need to be registered to add comments. Register here or login
Remember
New stories
40°

Is This the Secret to Saving Titanfall?

46m ago - More money could mean Titanfall 2 won't be forgotten in about a year, like the original Titanfall. | Culture
30°

Single player or Multiplayer only games, what’s the difference?

46m ago - One thing people have seen quite often in recent years in the releases of games is the lack of a... | Industry
Ad

Guess N4G Game of the Year Winners, win a $300 Amazon Gift Card

Now - Also enter for a chance to win a gift card for writing a user blog, writing a user review, or being a top contributor for the month. | Promoted post
30°

Pokémon TCG: XY--BREAKpoint Broken Down in New Trailer

46m ago - Hardcore Gamer: Pokémaniacs around the world have been looking forward to the new trading card se... | iPad
40°

The Aquatic Adventure of the Last Human Review | Bit Cultures

56m ago - A unique adventure that chose to take a melancholic stance of a post-apocalyptic story, The Aquat... | PC
40°

Michibiku Review: Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth is an engrossing return

56m ago - Michibiku's Graham Russell writes, "Fans of the Digimon series have been starved for a Western re... | PS4