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Submitted by djcitizend 1133d ago | podcast

Yet Another Gaming Show Episode 266 – The More Things Change…

Looking through the outline this week, it’s amazing how little gaming culture has really evolved since we started the show.

I mean, this week we’ve got yet another Sony hack, some PC gaming maven yammering about a potential one-console future, a major hardware release potentially being delayed, people bitching about multiplayer and Scribblenauts coming out…again. At least we haven’t had a games-related shooting or Tony Hawk game to talk about <shudder>.

We mention it a dozen times or more on the show this week, but a huge thanks to Games N Go and everyone that came out last weekend to help support Extra Life. If you haven’t donated yet, there is is still a few days left, and we’d love to get over our new goal of $2500 before then. We are already planning next years events, we had so much fun. (Culture, Industry, Mass Effect 2, NBA Jam: On Fire Edition, Orcs Must Die, PS3, Scribblenauts Remix, Xbox 360)

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