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The GameSpy Debriefings #107

by Jon Cole in GamesDecember 18th, 2009 @ 12:26 pm
GameSpy Debriefings

Star Wars is no foreign topic to Anthony Gallegos and Ryan Scott, starting off the podcast with some debate caught on the Gamespy preview of The Old Republic.  Is Obi-Wan or Qui-Gon more analogous to the Jedi Consular class in TOR?  Was Obi-Wan ever a member of the Jedi Council?  All these questions and more are answered at the top of the show.

Modern Warfare 2 comes up briefly, since Brian Altano got a chance to finish the single-player campaign.  Unsurprisingly, Ryan also talks a bit about League of Legends again, due to a user comment that defends the pricing structure of the game.  Ryan agrees with the reader, but tries to make it clear that he thinks it should be a little easier to unlock characters through the course of gameplay without spending some cash.

Comments on the Gamespy article called “A Guide to the Crappy Games You’ll Get from Old People This Holiday” wrap up the show, leading to some great stories and overly serious critics.

Covered games and topics:  Star Wars: The Old Republic, Star Wars: Rogue Squadron, Star Wars: Jedi Knight, Modern Warfare 2, League of Legends, Star Trek Online

Brian Altano, Brian Miggels, Ryan Scott and Anthony Gallegos pop into the studio this week to talk about several of your comments on our recent articles. We respond to several inflammatory statements covering the likes of our Star Trek Online preview, our recent humor articles regarding Christmas, and Ryan’s League of Legends review. We also discuss all kinds of nerd stuff you’re probably just better off not knowing or hearing. Enjoy!

Runtime – 1:02:55

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One Response to The GameSpy Debriefings #107

  1. forex robot says:

    Very nice, Keep posting!

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