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VGRT Gaming Podcast Episode 317: Is League of Legends a Terrible Game?

In this episode, Jordan’s son Allen gets in on the act, berating League of Legends despite being addicted to it. This week’s Gaming Flashback is the Sierra Online adventure game Police Quest, while the Gaming History is how BioWare prepared to develop their first Star Wars game, Knights of the Old Republic.

This week’s news includes:

* Blizzard announces Diablo III coming to Xbox One, PS4 in 2014
* Dyack attempts to get Shadow of the Eternals off the ground with Kickstarter again
* US recognizes League of Legends as a professional” sport
* Sony drops fine appeal levied due to April 2011 hacker attack
* Microsoft: Family sharing may return to Xbox One in some form

This week’s Question of the Week: “What’s your favorite RPG of all-time?” (Diablo III, Industry, League of Legends, PC, PS3, PS4, Retro, Shadow of the Eternals, Sony, Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic, Xbox One)

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