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Submitted by smikey1123 683d ago | podcast

The Geek Link Episode 49: Foh Sheezy

Episode 49 has everything from racism to Canadian tax workers to Time Warner. Cannonfodder has a story of Time Warner getting backed into a corner by Google and forced to change it’s pricing. Smikey tells us of a Canadian Tax Department Customer Service Representative that took out his frustrations from his job by making a game, and his employer was none to please. Smikey also brings us the latest on a new controversy surrounding Borderlands 2′s Tiny Tina and how she could possibly be racist (Spoiler: Xalaga gets pissed). But is it a valid claim or just people on the internet trying to sound intelligent? Then Xalaga informs us about an announcement that could possibly be the newest model in the Playstation family, yes it was an announcement of an announcement. It was that Meta. The Geek Link Kickstarter of the Week is Wildman: An Action RPG by Gas Powered Games. (Borderlands 2, Culture, Kickstarter, Wildman)

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