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Gaming Podcast 209: Subpoenaing Zelda

February 9th, 2011 · 4 Comments

This weeks gaming podcast covers the top game news of the week, a flashback on the video game Gorf and some feedback from the listeners. This weeks news includes: Reggie Fils-Aime Calls Low Priced Apps a “Threat” to the Industry Verizon Stops Taking iPhone Preorders After 17 Hours Harmonix Confirms Layoffs Parent Group Attacks “Your […]

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Gaming Podcast 203: Super Meat Podcast

December 28th, 2010 · 3 Comments

This week we’re enjoying our last 2010 gaming podcast, Jonah, Jennifer and Derrick are cracking through some of the latest news releases for this year and pondering what comes next. Our flashback includes Miner 2049er and the remaining history on the Atari console platforms. The news of the week includes: Harmonix Sues Viacom, Goes Solo […]

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Gaming Podcast 197: Analysts with Thumbs Up

November 17th, 2010 · 4 Comments

Gaming Podcast 197 explores our inner child in terms of buying peer pressure, our thoughts on some analysts and, of course, reactions to user responses. Also, we’ve got news, as you may have guessed and it includes: Game retailers hate Steam Nintendo not feeling pressure for a Next Gen system Viacom looking to sell Harmonix […]

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AC/DC Signs For Rock Band Track Pack

September 30th, 2008 · 3 Comments

This November console gamers will be able to purchase a new Track Pack for Rock Band and Rock Band 2. While Activision’s Guitar Hero: Aerosmith sells over 1-million copies, MTV and Harmonix look to prove they too can push big numbers on exclusive artist packs. Unlike Guitar Hero: Aerosmith, Rock Band and Rock Band 2 […]

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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

TD Gaming Podcast 79: I’m Often Wrong

July 15th, 2008 · 1 Comment

This weeks gaming podcast we’re all over the rhythm matching games along with great gaming news and a bit of our early E3 coverage. We continue our RPG history and we also look back on Dragon Fire, and old Atari 2600 game. This weeks podcasting news: Konami sues Harmonix Rock Band 2’s Set List and […]

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Rock Band 2: Full Set List

July 14th, 2008 · No Comments

It’s now official, written in stone… or, on a the Rock Band forums at least, the full song list for their next title. The track listing looks excellent, a few old hits I’d love to play, a few songs I’d rather not see and a list of excellent memorable tracks that are must have for […]

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Konami Owns Musical Rhythm-Matching Game Patents?

July 11th, 2008 · 1 Comment

Apparently Konami just realized Harmonix, MTV Networks and Viacom have made some game called Rock Band and want to take legal action. Konami has created some Japanese games involving karaoke called Karaoke Revolution. Why take legal action now? Probably because Konami is working towards Rock Revolution, a title which puts together drums, vocals and guitar. […]

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