TGGN 4 2 2012
MMO “Warhammer 40k: Dark millenium” Goes Single player as THQ is hit with Layoffs
“Warhammer 40,000: Dark MillenniumGoes Single-Player as Layoffs Hit Relic and Vigil
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
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
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.
- Through Gamer Goggles News (TGGN) 3-19-2012 (indienation.fm)
- Warhammer 40,000: Dark Millennium Goes Single-Player as Layoffs Hit Relic and Vigil [Warhammer] (kotaku.com)
- Baldur’s Gate Enhanced Edition Coming to iPad with New Stunning Features (hitechanalogy.com)
- Through Gamer Goggles News (TGGN) 3-05-2012 (indienation.fm)
Through Gamer Goggles News (TGGN) 3-19-2012
Get your goggles on and join us, along with an additional guest, Jamie Gray as Matt, Lumpy and Cleta look at things from a gamer’s point of view. In this week’s show we shall discuss The Elder Scrolls going MMO and a series involving Felicia Day and Will Wheaton and, yes, gaming!
We opened this week’s show with Hills from Greg Spero’s latest release, Acoustic. You can find out more about Greg Spero at:
Elder Scrolls goes MMO
Bethesda and ZeniMax Studios are allegedly preparing to unveil an Elder Scrolls massively multiplayer game this May, Tom’s Guide has learned.
Citing an anonymous “industry source,” the site said the MMO will take place 1,000 years before the time of Skyrim and hundreds of years before any of the other Elder Scrolls titles, near or during the “Second Era,” Tom’s Guide said.
We took a music break with Flow from Greg Spero.