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Game Scoop! Podcast: Is DC Universe Good or Evil?

by Jon Cole in GamesJanuary 17th, 2011 @ 1:11 pm
Game Scoop!

As a devoted Game Scooper, Greg takes a break from his day off to join this week’s show and talk about his time with DC Universe Online. He’s pushed nearly all the way to the level cap of 30 and has been satisfied all the way through, though he does note that much of the office lies more on the negative side of things. Ryan in particular talks about the rough start to the game, not offering a lot of narrative hooks into the exciting core superhero universe as well as poor user interface.

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim has excited almost everyone on the podcast, despite the fact that half of them have somehow not even played TESIV: Oblivion. Hilary did some research into the mythology of the series, diving into the northern expanse of Skyrim that promises a mythology-heavy plotline and snowy environments (as opposed to the woods and marshes of Morrowind and plains of Oblivion).

PSP2 rumors coming out of CES conclude the news segment and lead into the listener mail segment, which closes out the show.

Everyone is playing DC Universe Online, and we have mixed feelings about it.

A PSP2 reveal sounds imminent.

Square Enix might be planning Final Fantasy XIII 2.

We’re pretty excited for Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim.

Sign our petition to increase the friend count on Xbox Live and PlayStation Network.

We’ll announce the winners of our Dragon Age 2 Signature Edition giveaway.

Plus, we answer a bunch of listener mail about Spiderman, IGN Meet & Greets, and Kim Kardashian. Don’t forget, we’re available on iTunes. Remember to rate the show while you’re there.

Runtime – 1:04:22

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