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Submitted by smikey1123 847d ago | podcast

The Geek Link Episode 48: Xalaga Geeks Out

Episode 48 happens to be a rumor mill episode. Cannonfodder covers the latest rumor of a new director for Star Wars: Episode VII, and it happens to be a familiar name for Trekkies (after recording, this rumor has been confirmed) . Smikey brings us the latest details on the auction of THQ properties and where some of our favorite franchises will now be located (while some unfortunately may not have made the cut). Here is the NeoGAF goodbye letter from one of the THQ studios employees that weren’t bought that Smikey mentioned on the cast. Then Xalaga lets her inner nerd run wild as she talks about the newest tech spec rumors for the Xbox 720 (Durango) and the PS4 (Orbis). Smikey and Cannonfoder try to reel her in as she gets a little excited, but to no avail. The Geek Link Kickstarter of the Week is the Virtual Choir 4, which the whole crew really loved the idea of (and Smikey wants to troll). (Culture, Kickstarter, THQ)

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