Assassin's Creed: Rogue, Assassin's Creed Chronicles: China, Dungeons 2, Ironcast, Bloodborne, Selling Mods on Steam, Your Emails and More!
This week Allen, Shawn, Julian and David Heron talk about Steam selling mods because that's still totally relevant!
Hey, kids! I just found this profile sitting on my desk. Turns out this guy's been on payroll for years, though I can't find him in the org. chart anywhere. Anyone know who he reports to?
Maybe I'll bring this up with HR. This could be one of those "Milton" issues.
Anyway, here's ukick.
Gazing into my magical 8-ball reveals that there is no treasure to be found within this week's releases, not for me at least. Yet I feel compelled to put forward Omega Quintet as my "pick" of the week before Wordsmythe has the opportunity to throw me once more beneath the bus with some damning commentary about me and panty shots.
Another one of the cool benefits of not locking prizes behind big individual donations is giving everyone a shot at a fancy custom forum icon done by the amazing Elysia. We have the usual tiers based on years donated of course, but you may notice some community members have unique, one of a kind icons. Want one of those? Of course you do!
As part of our 2014 Donation Drive we reached the goal of having special community guests on the podcast. This will be a draw so everyone gets a chance! All you have to do to enter is post in the comments below and we'll collect all the names and draw them out of a hat on one of our planned live shows.
What do you need to be on the Conference Call?
Sponsored By: Mr. Rojan
Time Played: 41 Minutes
Remember back when every game had a ninja in it? I do, and so do the people who made this game. It's $3 and, for a competent Shinobi clone like this, you can't go wrong.
I am Bread, GTA V PC, Fractured Space, Westerado: Double Barreled, Hearthstone iPhone, Game Trailers, Your Emails and More!
This week Shawn, Julian, Allen and Elysium talk game trailers, being bread and more!
There are three types of game in my world:
Games I play and trade in right after I decide to be done with them,
Games that I keep until it's literally impossible to play them anymore, and
Games I finish and keep for years until I decide to trade them in
Well, okay. There are four kinds if you count games I never buy in the first place.