This week, Xav and Ludwig discuss Black Ops 2 and Dishonored; JC leaves a very angry voice mail; Jess, Jordan, and Richard have a spoiler-filled discussion about The Walking Dead in the first installment of the Joystiq Research Institute; Mike talks about using the 3DS to explore the Louvre; and Alex, Dave, and Ben discuss the latest industry news, including The Elder Scrolls Online.
We also have five XBLA codes for Awesomenauts to give away. Listen to the end of the show to find out how you can win!
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- 00:00:00 - 00:01:02 // Pre-Show and Intro Music
- 00:01:03 - 00:32:40 // Xav & Ludwig discuss Black Ops 2 & Dishonored
- 00:32:50 - 00:33:12 // JC wonders why he's not on the show
- 00:33:13 - 01:02:48 // Jess, Richard, & Jordan play Walking Dead (with gameplay clips!) - Spoiler Warning!
- 01:03:09 - 01:09:34 // Mike on touring the Musée du Louvre with a 3DS
- 01:09:41 - 01:39:07 // Alex, Ben, & Dave discuss the latest industry news
- 01:37:14 - 01:41:16 // Details on our Awesomenauts giveaway and Outro
Theme Music: Satsuma Audio and Whitaker Blackall - "A Basstastic Undertaking"
Each week, a mix of editors from Joystiq will be tasked with playing one game, which they will discuss on the next episode of the podcast. This week, the crew played Telltale's The Walking Dead: Episode One. As an added bonus, we've also injected clips of each editor playing the game so you can hear their reaction as it happens. Be warned, this segment does include spoilers!
Breaking News and Features
- The Elder Scrolls Online announced
- Skyrim's first DLC, Dawnguard, revealed
- Complete Black Ops 2 coverage
- EA redefines what it means to be indie
- Valve not planning E3 2012 reveals
- Draw Something's user base drops
- Touring the Louvre with a Nintendo 3DS
- 'On The Fringe' Part One: Antichamber's Alexander Bruce
- 'On The Fringe' Part Two: Robin Arnott's 'Deep Sea' and Anna Anthropy