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Gaming Podcast 212: Watermelon Juice

March 2nd, 2011 by Derrick Schommer · 2 Comments

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The gaming podcast is back for the full edition, this week we’ve got a preview look at the title Orcs Must Die! developed by Robot Entertainment. Besides our awesome community comments we’ve got some news coverage including:

This week, we’ve got a question for you: What is your favorite gaming food? And, if you want to see the Orcs Must Die! youtube trailer, check it out after the break.

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  • 1 Herr_AlienNo Gravatar // Mar 2, 2011 at 4:28 am

    @Orcs Must Die!
    Weird! I played something similar from ISOTX, “Iron Grip: Warlord”. Tower defense, you can lay out traps and whatnot. And also first person shooter, so that you can kill the attackers yourself.

    Derrick, interesting idea there: quick, fun games are back.

    @LG Lawsuit Stops PS3 Shipments In Europe:
    Bwa ha ha ha ha 😀
    This is unbelievable! As a counter-suit however it is a pretty weak move: PS3 is already doomed, so threatening Sony with disrupting PS3 imports is … lame. Unless Sony has NO REPLACEMENT for PS3. Then it makes sense. It’s like threatening with a kick to a groin already beaten up.

    @Mortal Kombat Banned in Australia:
    I think they could be getting it via Steam. Or via friends from other regions :P.
    I see this as a test on how weak the ban gets enforced. I say it’ll be very easy to bypass.

    Derrick, according to Rayden, the whole idea of MK is not death, but preservation of life 😛

    @Rift:
    Too bold for his own good. There’s a quote from C&C Generals Zero Hours, that goes like: “Rage won’t get you anywhere, general. Now, rage and a column of tanks …”.
    Will Cook has rage. Not sure about tanks though.

    @Browser Based PC Games The Future?
    The browser is the viewing end. In this case, things are done on remote servers.
    Dunno about cloud computing. Bandwidth will always be an issue, and hardcore players will want to take control of the quality of their experience.
    It might work however for folks who don’t mind some graphical issues.

    Very interesting approach however on it being a demo platform. Very, very interesting approach.

    @PC Gaming Is Indeed Dying:
    😀 I’m not having a fit. I’ll still be playing PC games. Heck, Steam is growing like hell, so any conclusion on PC gaming longevity based on retail sales is cr@p.

    Jonah, I hooked up my PC to a TV since 2001 to watch movies. The PC has the flexibility that allows you to both play games and to do “office stuff”.

    @What is your favorite gaming food?
    I don’t really eat while gaming. I would go for cookies, crackers, biscuits stuff like that. Maybe some dark chocolate. And soft drinks like Pepsi or Coke.

  • 2 Jonah FalconNo Gravatar // Mar 2, 2011 at 12:09 pm

    “As a counter-suit however it is a pretty weak move: PS3 is already doomed, ”

    It’s not the PS3 – it’s all Blu-Ray devices. And LG would get money for nothing.

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