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TV Splode: Everything’s About To Change – What’s next?

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With the announcements of Sony and Microsoft's next consoles just around the corner, it's time to assess where all the players sit, big and small, and figure out where the game industry is headed. Wild times ahead.

Radio Splode Episode 37: The End of Consoles, an Energetic Debate

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Listen via iTunes - Download Directly Weskimo, Newbs, and Sulci are back with a raucous, angry, "splodinating" episode of Radio Splode! Tune in if you want to hear Weskimo and Sulci blast one another over the possi...

TV Splode: Does Final Fantasy Need to Die?

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Don't have time to listen to the entire Radio Splode podcast? Not a "podcast person"? Splodinator has you covered. Highlights of the weekly Radio Splode podcast are now available in video form. This clip comes from...

Radio Splode Episode 28: Franchises That Need to Die

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Listen via iTunes - Download Directly Newbs, Weskimo, sulci, and MerrGe are all here to get in-depth and hard-hitting with a review of GameTrailers' "Top 10 Franchises that Should Die," followed by a few suggestion...

TV Splode: How Much Should Games Cost?

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Don't have time to listen to the entire Radio Splode podcast? Not a "podcast person"? Splodinator has you covered. Video highlights of the weekly Radio Splode podcast are now available in video form. This clip come...

Radio Splode Episode 26: Game Price Strategy Session

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Listen via iTunes - Download Directly Newbs and Weskimo are back with a hard-hitting, super professional, totally knowledgeable discussion regarding video game budgets and prices. Listen all the way through and you...

EA is officially the worst company in America

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EA might not have contributed to the worst financial downturn in several generations, but that didn't stop an army of internet voters from choosing it over several "too big to fail" banks as the worst company in Ame...

Nintendo finally expanding, mass hiring underway

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Supporting four systems at a time, one of which is your first entry into the HD realm, takes a lot of people. For whatever reason, that's just dawning on Nintendo now, but at least the company is doing something abo...

Michael Pachter joins class war, takes unsurprising side

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Wedbush Securities analyst Michael Pachter, known to gamers as that guy who makes obvious predictions about the video game industry and makes a ton of money doing so, doesn't think developers who work unpaid overtim...

Fans in revolt: Battlefield 3 boycott organized over DLC and exclusive pre-order content

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EA recently announced that it will split some important content from its much hyped Battlefield 3 (due out October 25) and use it as a pre-order promotion. The idea is that pre-ordering the game will get you exclus...

Playing video games is bad for you

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A recent study reveals that playing violent video games makes for more aggressive people. The researchers compared aggression levels between two groups: those who had just played a violent video game for 25 minutes...

Humble Bundle lands $4.7 million in venture capital

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This should be controversial. Humble Bundle now wields $4.7 in venture capital from Sequoia Capital. The various Humble Bundles of indie games that have been released so far have allowed gamers to pay what they wan...

Games are legally art in the US, deal with it

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Take that, Ebert. The US National Endowment for the Arts, which dishes out cash to artists seeking to make non-profitable art for the public good, now counts video games as art. The NEA category previously known as...