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Submitted by themarriedgamer 1532d ago | podcast

Playstation Invasion Podcast Episode 11: We Chat with Duke Devs and E3 Goodness

D-gu.com - Stephen and Sebastian are back home from L.A. and ready to discuss all they saw at E3. The 3 of us go through a rundown of the whole Sony E3 press conference. If you missed any of the press conference announcements you’ll definitely want to tune in to this episode. During the Invasion Update (News) we also discuss more of the gaming company hacks, the Duke Nukem Forever world record, and the delay of Rage. Are Nathan Drake and Elaina married in Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception? If you have seen the E3 trailer it would appear so, but we discuss this during the PlayStation Speculation (Rumors) segment. We also have an interview with Melissa Miller, a producer with 2K who worked on Duke Nukem Forever, which Stephen recorded while at E3. So kick back, strap on those headphones, and enjoy episode 11 of the Invasion. (Duke Nukem Forever, E3, Industry, PS Vita, PS3, Sony)

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