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Submitted by TalesofDalton 621d ago | podcast

Fate of the Game Cast Episode 08: Burned Buttholes Lead to Dr. Who MMO’s

In this week’s episode, the main topics revolve around the lack-luster sales of the Wii U and Xbox Live’s new community cop program. Jed placates an upset stomach with the Dr. Who MMO and brings up a discussion about how archaic level-up systems have become. Tommy takes us down memory lane in anticipation of Saints Row 4. Tyler ruminates over his disappointment with where the Hitman series has gone, and Dalton relives smashing kaiju faces in the PS2 classic War of the Monsters. Also, don’t buy Mars: War Logs. (Crackdown, Culture, Dead Pixels, Mars: War Logs, PC, PS3, Saints Row 4, War of the Monsters, Wii U, Xbox 360, Xbox LIVE, Xbox One)

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myrddincrow  +   621d ago
My current playlist:
Fallout New Vegas
Skyrim
Diablo 3
StarLicker

Loving the necromancy in Skyrim, way better than Oblivion.

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