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VGRT Gaming Podcast Episode 279: Wii You

This week’s Gaming Podcast once again lacks Paul S. Nowak, which is a shame since the price for the Wii U has been released. Paul as the resident Nintendo representative would have been nice to have in the episode to give his views.

This week’s podcast includes the following news items:

* Wii U priced at $300 for basic, $350 for deluxe
* Dragon Age III: Inquisition officially announced
* Obsidian unveils Kickstarter title Project Eternity, raise $1M in 24 hours
* Cliff Bleszinski wants to see “no disc based games” next-gen
* Guild Wars 2 surpasses 2 million units

The crew also announce the winner of the Borderlands 2 contest. This week’s Question of the Week, “What game(s) have you been playing this week?” (Cliff Bleszinski, Dragon Age 3: Inquisition, Guild Wars 2, Industry, Obsidian Entertainment, PC, Project Eternity, PS3, Wii U, Xbox 360)

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