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Submitted by Dlacy13g 772d ago | podcast

The Overseas Connection Podcast #202

The Overseas Connection, the official G4TE.com Community weekly podcast discusses gaming news, community feedback, new releases and the podcast teams current play lists. Tune-in and listen to this combination U.S. and U.K. video game podcast as they discuss this weeks topics:

* We talk 2013 gaming predictions.
* December NPD’s come out for the end of 2012.
* IDC predicts the future of the WiiU along with a report on shipped PS3′s to pass up the Xbox 360 worldwide.
* Journey dominates DICE nominations.
* JP Morgan holds a Zynga Tea Party as it dumps lots of shares.
* Austrailia set to get is first R18+ game.

And much more (3DS, Casual games, Culture, Industry, Journey, Next-Gen, PC, PS Vita, PS3, Wii, Wii U, Xbox 360)

thegamefanatics  +   772d ago
Very good listen!
Jonmau5  +   770d ago
BEST PODCAST EVAR!

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