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Submitted by syrinx 713d ago | videocast

IncGamers Podcast / Vidcast #95

Find yourself a spare hour for this packed IncGamers Podcast (or Vidcast), because it’s overflowing with news analysis and discussion of no less than five recent titles.

We start off by expressing our delights and potential fears for Dark Souls II, move on to the matter of Gamespy/Glu’s server shutdowns (and what it means for archiving videogaming’s history), before finishing up with word of two major Games Workshop-related items (Space Hulk and the Creative Assembly licensing deal).

Those five titles we’ve been playing include Ace of Spades, Book of Unwritten Tales: Critter Chronicles, Strike Suit Zero, Natural Selection 2 and Drox Operative. You can expect exhaustive detail on all of them, or (at the very least) some surface commentary with weak jokes. (Ace of Spades, Dark Souls 2, Industry, Natural Selection 2, PC, Strike Suit Zero, The Book of Unwritten Tales: The Critter Chronicles)

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