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Pixel Apocalypse Podcast: Episode 98 “Damn Them Is Some Tig Bitties”

From Pixel Apocalypse...

"On this week’s episode of the Pixel Apocalypse Podcast Nathan Schmidt and Joe Anello discuss DC’s and Warner Bros. budding cinematic universe with their announcement that Batman will appear in the Man of Steel sequel. The guys also break down what we learned from SDCC regarding the future of the Marvel films. There is finally a reason to be excited for the Xbox One, the only question is when it will happen. Game developers will only have access to 4.5 gigs of the Playstation 4′s available memory thanks to operating system demands. Square-Enix has finally cracked the code regarding the Final Fantasy XIII series of games….bigger boobies! Finally the show wraps up with Joe Anello serving up a tutorial of do’s and dont’s for the upcoming Chicago Comic-Con!" (Culture, Final Fantasy XIII, PC, PS3, PS4, Square Enix, Wii, Xbox 360, Xbox One)

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