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Metatheory Podcast Ep. 18 – a veteran designer talks about working on Doom and more recently Call of Cthulu

by 1 week ago

    When the game designer who worked on the original Doom, Quake, Civilization, Age of Empires, and more recently, the Call of Cthulu board game, says he's interested in joining your …

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    In the upcoming MMO Echo of Soul, your pets loot corpses for you

    by 1 week ago

    Echo of Soul is a hit MMO in South Korea and developer Nvius, along with publisher Aeria Games, is hoping it will catch on in North America and Europe as …

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    The second episode of Tales from the Borderlands, ‘Atlas Mugged’, is out now

    by 2 weeks ago

      The second episode of Tales from the Borderlands, 'Atlas Mugged', is out today and ready for your playing pleasure. Developed by Telltale Games, also known for The Walking Dead and …

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      Metatheory Podcast Ep. 17 – Niko barely survives PAX East, the implications of delays, and the importance of legs day

      by 2 weeks ago

        The Gaming Trend crew assembles in large numbers this week - host Sean Lama is joined by Niko DelValle, Eric Van Allen, Kenneth Shepard, and Justin Pauls in the Metatheory …

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        Metatheory Podcast Ep. 16 – Disney, Helldivers, and GDC in one conversation

        by 3 weeks ago

          This week's episode of the Metatheory podcast includes Sean Lama, Justin Pauls, Eric Van Allen, and Kenneth Shepard as they discuss the viability of VR, which was the focus of …

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          Metatheory Podcast Ep. 16 – streaming live tonight at 7PM PST [Show has ended]

          by 3 weeks ago

            We're trying something new this week here on the Metatheory Podcast... and it's kind of exciting! For the first time since the show's debut, we're going to stream an episode …

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            Helldivers Review – welcome to the Roughnecks!

            by 4 weeks ago

            I'm always on the hunt for a good cooperative multi-player game, but sadly they are far and few in between. I tend to disagree with what other people consider a …

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            Metatheory Podcast Ep. 15 – Psyonix kicks it with us to talk about Rocket League

            by 4 weeks ago

              This week we invited the Psyonix team to the show to talk about their upcoming Twisted Metal meets FIFA soccer style game, Rocket League. Besides going in-depth on Rocket League, …

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              Watch us save Super Earth during our Helldivers livestream on Twitch tonight [Stream has ended]

              by 1 month ago

                Are you ready to sink your teeth into Helldivers, the upcoming top-down perspective, co-op shooter from the team that bought us Magicka and Gauntlet? Tonight we’ll be livestreaming our misadventures …

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                Is Bethesda planning to announce a new digital distribution platform at E3 this year?

                by 1 month ago

                  Bethesda made waves a couple of weeks ago when they announced that they’ll be hosting their first-ever conference at this year’s E3. This is uncharted territory for Bethesda, one that …

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                  Metatheory Podcast Episode 13 – we’ve evolved past that strange phase in life

                  by 1 month ago

                    Another week, another episode of the Metatheory podcast! Now that we've evolved beyond that strange phase in life, we can get back to what we do best, which is killing …

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                    Metatheory Podcast Episode 12 – or is it really episode 11.9?

                    by 2 months ago

                      The Metatheory podcast returns! After a short hiatus, we're back and ready to get jiggy with the video game world again. Life is strange, man. That's why developer DONTNOD has …

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