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Submitted by TransientDreamer 258d ago | podcast

DualShockers ShockCast Ep. 157 – “Broken Agegate”

David Rodriguez writes, "Well, that didn’t take too long. 14 days into the new year and the gaming industry has already experienced its first – albeit, slight – controversy. This week on the ShockCast we decided to jump head-first into the issues surrounding Double Fine’s highly-anticipated Broken Age, and the role of the press in the latest debacle involving it. We also spoke a little bit about the news of SimCity’s new-found offline functionality, and did a rundown of some recent news. Enjoy!" (3DS, Batman: Arkham Origins, Broken Age, Culture, Industry, PC, PS Vita, PS3, PS4, SimCity, Wii U, Xbox 360, Xbox One)

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