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TGGN 6-4-2013

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Through Gamer Goggles News – 6-4-2013

 

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English: The exhibit hall of en:Origins Game Fair 2007 in en:Columbus, Ohio. Category:Conventions (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

 

The music in this week’s podcast is by Brother Love.  You can find him at brotherloverocks.com.  We must caution the listener not to go to brotherlove.com which currently re-directs you to Brother brand printing supplies but, in the past, it was a porn site and is definitely not safe for work.

 

WotC won’t be in the exhibit hall at Gen Con.

 

The Examiner

 

2 mobile titles from Wizards

 

Gamersaurs
Origins game fair

 

Guests

 

http://www.seditionwars.com/

 

Titanium Wars

 

 

 

 

Through Gamer Goggles News (TGGN) 4-2-2012

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TGGN 4 2 2012

We opened up with some music from Dino-Mike, All the Same.  Dino-Mike is also a member of The FuMP which is short for “The Funny Music Project”.

MMO “Warhammer 40k: Dark millenium” Goes Single player as THQ is hit with Layoffs

From Kotaku.com

 

“Warhammer 40,000: Dark MillenniumGoes Single-Player as Layoffs Hit Relic and Vigil

Warhammer 40K battle in progress, showing unit...

The fate of theWarhammer 40,000 MMO has been revealed: It’s no longer aWarhammer 40,000 MMO. THQ has announced Warhammer 40,000: Dark Millennium has been “refocused” as a single-player action game with multiplayer elements, a change that brings with it substantial layoffs at developers Vigil Games and Relic Entertainment.”

It was reported that 118 were laid off.

Baldurs Gate I Pad and Android

From GameZone,

Recently Atari, Wizards of the Coast, and Overhaul Games teased enhanced editions of Baldur’s Gate and Baldur’s Gate II, but they were tight-lipped on the details. Now the companies have announced that Baldur’s Gate: Enhanced Edition is coming to the Apple App Store in summer 2012

The enhanced version contains Baldur’s Gate and Tales of Sword Coast.

We took a music break with two Beatles’ parodies from Carrie Dahlby Road Tripper and Dear Britney.

We All Watched TableTop

Wil Wheaton

Wil Wheaton (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

TableTop is a new show about Table top gaming that is produced by Wil Wheaton and Felicia Day. They played Small World – basically fantasy risk. It looks like it has more Strategy

We closed the show out with a mashup from Bob Ricci (and his clone band), Two for Five.

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