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Submitted by PixelitisBlog 907d ago | podcast

The Pixelitis Podcast Ep. 34 – Wark This Way

While 99.9 percent of the United States population engrossed in a game where big men throw themselves at each other over a ball made of pig’s skin, the old Pixelitis Podcast band got back together with Andrew Martins, Karen Rivera, Patrick Kulikowski and Tom Farndon doing the truly American thing – talk about vidyagames.

From the recent hirings of former Vigil employees to the possibility of a new PlayStation console reveal, the quartet discussed some of the last week’s big news. They also find out about Tom’s hatred for manufactured hype and mull over what really constitutes as “next-gen.”

And as a bit of show programming information, you can now listen to the Pixelitis Podcast on the go! This is our first episode released simultaneously on iTunes and Stitcher Radio. Feel free to subscribe, rate and tell your friends all about us. (Culture, Industry)

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