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Massively Speaking Episode 325: End of the year roundtable

Justin Olivetti
December 16, 2014
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2014 was a heck of a year here at Massively. And for all of the ups and downs that we weathered, we like to think that we've emerged a little smarter, a little wiser, and a little ready for a less dramatic 2015. On today's episode, we invited to staff to come in talk about MMOs we've played, our awards picks, and what we're going to do in the new year.

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Show Notes For Massively Speaking Episode 325

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Topics:
  • What we played in 2014: SWTOR, ESO, Landmark, WildStar, ArcheAge, The Secret World, Marvel Heroes, Shroud of the Avatar, World of Warcraft, RIFT, Final Fantasy XIV, Star Trek Online, WildStar, Guild Wars 2, Neverwinter, Final Fantasy XI, Lord of the Rings Online, the "baby thing"
  • Discussion: Massively's 2014 awards
  • Discussion: What are we going to play next year?
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  • Justin

Massively Speaking is the official podcast of Massively.com. Hosted by Justin Olivetti, Brianna Royce, and the L2P Backup Dancers, Massively Speaking takes on the week's biggest news and dev interviews with plenty of opinion, rants, and laughs thrown in for good measure. Join us every Tuesday to hear what we'll say next!

















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