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Podcast - DF #52: Flock You Galactrix Godfather

This week's episode of Distributed Failure features discussion on Valkyria Chronicles, FLOCK!, Puzzle Quest: Galactrix, Star Ocean: The Last Hope, Age of Booty, Silent Hill: Origins, Rune Factory: A Fantasy Harvest Moon, The Maw, and much more. They also talk about Will Wright's departure from EA and the recent addition of XBLA game codes to Amazon's marketplace. They end the show with some chatter on video game marketing and then go completely off-topic to discuss some recently watched movies. Just another week and another failure for the cast of Distributed Failure! ( Flock , Age of Booty, Culture, Nintendo DS, PC, PS3, PSP, Puzzle Quest: Galactrix, Rune Factory: A Fantasy Harvest Moon, Silent Hill: Origins, Star Ocean: The Last Hope, Suikoden Tierkreis, Valkyria Chronicles, World of Goo, Xbox 360)

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