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This week’s episode was going to be short thanks to a lack of news, but Paul and Jonah get into a long discussion about the Disney Afternoon from the 90’s. which makes up for the lack of a Gaming Flashback or History.
This week has a very special guest, former IGN editor and current Dog and Thimble podcast host Hilary Goldstein, as he teams up with Paul to razz Jonah incessantly, as well as add a certain amount of NSFW spice to this week’s proceedings.
This week’s podcast begins on a sorrowful note, as since in the past week guest host Andrew Yoon (who co-hosted episode #374) passed away after drowning during a trip to Texas, while Jonah and Paul eulogize him.
No Gaming Flashback this week, but plenty of news items:
League of Legends tourney places limit on LGBT players
The episode is a little late in publishing, though it was recorded on time – you know, real-life delays. However, it’s worth the wait as the Gaming Flashback is Team Ico’s second title, a PlayStation 2 title called Shadow of the Colossus.
There’s also some of the meatiest news of the year, which includes:
Joystiq and Massively shut down amid AOL downsizing
Left Behind Games executive fined millions by the SEC, banned from trading stock
Bill Gates says he’s concerned about machines becoming super-intelligent
This week’s episode of Gaming Podcast has a special guest co-host, Andrew Yoon, formerly of Joystiq and currently in card game and video game development. The Gaming Flashback is the one that started them all: LEGO Star Wars: The Video Game.
The slow news week includes:
DDoS service targeting PSN and Xbox powered by home Internet routers
This is the first podcast of 2015, and Jonah and Paul are ready to get going, talking about their holiday gifts and their disappointment in the film Birdman. There’s no Gaming History or Gaming Flashback this week, but stay tuned for one next week.
The news in this episode includes:
FBI claimed to be investigating Xbox Live, PlayStation Network DDoS perps