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Submitted by phoenixfire2912 371d ago | podcast

16Bit Assassins Episode 69:What you expected something juvenile here

Gentlemen it’s another Episode of the 16Bit Assassins, and if you’re tuning in we have a show for you. On this episode Toaster talks a bit about the Reaper of Souls Beta along with the announcment of a release date, and the return of recruit a friend. EA continues has legal trouble on the horizon in the form of class action lawsuits, Knights of the Old republic gets some nice updates for iOS, Level 1313 had a gameplay footage video, Steam and Amazon launch their holiday sales. We reflect on some of the BS gaming headlines that came out this year, and talk a bit in regards to the potential crash of the gaming industry, Movie news, weird news and the usual 16Bit banter on Episode 69: Let me guess you were expecting something juvenile here (Culture, Industry, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One)

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