Call of Duty

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Welcome one and all to another week of Gaming News and discussion! This week we talk in depth about No Man’s Sky, Nintendo suing over roms, The Culling updates, Halo and the lack of Battle Royale, Money Laundering, and fucking off with all social media. #FuckSocialMedia

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Welcome to this week’s news! This week the gang runs down Microsoft and Xbox’s recent talent acquisitions, as well as what that means for E3 this year. We also dig into rumors around the new Call of Duty, Valve buying Campo Santo, the slow death of Konami, and when it’s appropriate to delay your games!

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This week the gang discusses The Last of Us (there’s about fifteen to twenty minutes of solid spoilers early in the episode, we warn you when we’re going to go into it though), Mass Effect: Andromeda’s ending, spoiler free by the way, the value of Resident Evil 7 and good old Soul Calibur. In the news front we discuss what would make the SNES mini really great, the state of the Red Dead Redemption GTA V mod, what the hell is going on with Platinum Games on PC, and free StarCraft for everyone!

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Welcome friends, to Utterly G33k. If you’re just joining us, this is a show where three guys talk about video games and the greater industry as a whole. This week we discuss some Zelda, some Horizon, and the week’s news including, but not limited to, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered receiving paid DLC, important legal rulings about the state of flash carts on the industry, Steam User Reviews changing policies, and the future of one Drew Scanlon of Giant Bomb fame. Come, join us for a unique and joint discussion on these topics and more!

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Another week, another episode. This week the guys talk about the potential voice actor strike, games that release in strange ways, the loss of a favorite holiday in a favorite game, watching games on TV, as well as moving on to the new generation. Some people just can’t let go. Also, Mars has water apparently.

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