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Gaming Podcast 155: Ms. Pac-Man’s For Girls

January 5th, 2010 · 7 Comments

This week we’re bringing the energy, talking about General Computer Corporation, Ms. Pac-Man and reading off some good listener questions (including our facebook questions). We’re hitting up the news with the following stories: Microsoft Working on new motion control EA shutting down game servers Activision making DJ hero 2 Sega not making hard core titles […]

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Gaming Podcast 148: Games I Don’t Like Playing

November 17th, 2009 · 4 Comments

This weeks gaming podcast covers a few top news stories that inspire tons of discussion, we tackle some user feedback and comments, answers of the week and flashback to Archon: The Light and the Dark. We’re also going to review Netflix for the PlayStation 3 for those thinking of ordering the disc from Netflix. This […]

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TD Gaming Podcast 110: Early Release

February 15th, 2009 · 3 Comments

It’s almost a two gaming podcast week as we’re releasing this episode “wicked early” — sorry, we’re from New England. Derrick’s heading off to Germany on business and we’d hate to miss a week because of the trip, so here you go. This week we flash back to Pac-Man, cover some gaming history on Disney […]

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Phil Harrison’s Building a 100 Million Dollar Franchise

December 20th, 2008 · 1 Comment

Once upon a time, Activision Blizzards CEO Bobby Kotick kicked a few franchises to the curb: Riddick and Ghostbusters. No doubt, this was a result of the Activision and Blizzard merger requiring some resources to the merged together while others were cut from the lineup. Phil Harrison, the new big suit at Atari/Infogrames has raised […]

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TD Gaming Podcast 94: Chicken and Subscription Fee

October 29th, 2008 · No Comments

Lots of great news in this weeks gaming podcast thanks to the holiday season approaching. We also take a retro style flashback to Space Invaders and talk about our attendance at the popcap launch party for Bejeweled Twist and a very light preview of our initial Guitar Hero World Tour impressions.This weeks news includes: EA […]

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Tags: Activision · Casual Games · Episode · Podcast · popcap · Show Notes

Call of Duty: World at War Beta – Coming Soon

October 13th, 2008 · No Comments

I don’t know anyone that can’t pass up a good beta, Call of Duty: World at War is no exception to the rule, especially for those gamers that pre-ordered the title already. It’s a great opportunity when you’re able to buy a game ahead of time because you’re a fan and get into the beta […]

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Tags: Activision · FPS · Press Release · Xbox 360

Call of Duty: World at War – October Open Beta!

September 4th, 2008 · No Comments

If you’ve got Microsoft Windows or an Xbox 360 you’ll be eligible for the public beta of Call of Duty: World at War by Activision. Although the game is set to deploy on the 11th of November, many of us will be able to get a taste of the multi-player action early by entering into […]

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Starcraft 2: A 2009 Release Schedule

September 3rd, 2008 · 2 Comments

If you thought you’d be getting a release of Starcraft 2 for the holiday of 2008 you’ll be upset at the news. The heavily awaited RTS title Starcraft 2 will be arriving sometime in 2009. The original title arrived in 1998 but we’re not going to see the first sequel until sometime next year, amazing […]

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Tags: Activision · Blizzard · Industry News · starcraft

Activision Blizzard Trying To Scare Off Competition?

August 31st, 2008 · 2 Comments

A few months ago, Activision Blizzard CEO Bobby Kotick said investing $500 million to a billion still wouldn’t be enough to compete with an MMORPG like World of Warcraft. The MMORPG space is a costly investment and you’d need to really burn a lot of money to start competing against the mega-giant, but Mythic VP […]

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Tags: Editorial · MMO · Warhammer Online · world of warcraft

Exclusive Artist Deals In Rhythm Games Not Good?

August 16th, 2008 · No Comments

Rhythm games are the new FPS for a lot of gamers, a broader audience of gamers, and the market is thriving and demanding new titles. Harmonix and Activision are at the front of the battle with Konami following a bit behind but still contending (we think) very soon. Each company plans to up each other […]

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Tags: Activision · Editorial · Guitar Hero · harmonix · Industry News · Konami · rock band