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Submitted by JonahFalcon 808d ago | podcast

VGRT Gaming Podcast Episode 295: We Need a Nurse

This week, Jonah has the flu, but still manages to host despite hacking and coughing (which was edited out of the podcast), and having a nasally voice as well. Jordan was not so lucky, and couldn’t make it at all. Despite all this, the crew manages to give Dan a sendoff in his last regular podcast.

The news was also pretty major this week, including:

* THQ finally dissolved, assets auctioned off
* Dead Space 3 micro-transactions for players wanting “instant gratification”
* Disney Infinity to feature on-disc DLC, susceptible to movie spoilers
* League of Legends Team Solo Medbi players receive lifetime bans for anti-Semitism and abuse
* Sony fined 250K GBP for April 2011 hacker intrusion

They also have Reader Feedback and a new Question of the Week: “What kind of microtransactions are acceptable?” (Dead Space 3, Dev, Disney Infinity, Disney Interactive, Industry, League of Legends, PC, PS3, Sony, THQ, Wii U, Xbox 360)

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