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VGRT Gaming Podcast Episode 274: Shrinkydinks

This week’s episode features the crew heavily reminiscing about videogames that first got them excited about the hobby, while Jordan Lund surprisingly takes a contrary opinion that shocks the other podcasters. In addition to videogame news, the Gaming History takes a look at the Nintendo 64DD.

This week’s news includes:

* Star Wars: The Old Republic going free-to-play in Fall
* Report: Next Xbox console will support Windows 8
* Paul Dini no longer penning Rocksteady Batman games
* 2K exec thinks photorealism is necessary for emotional games
* Borderlands 2 worldwide release will be “uncut“

This week’s Question of the Week, “When was the first time that you really got into video games?” (2K Games, Borderlands 2, Culture, Industry, PC, PS3, Retro, Rocksteady, Rocksteady Studios, Star Wars:The Old Republic, Wii, Wii U, Windows 8, Xbox 360)

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