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DarkCast Ep. 64: Press X For Tangent

Jonathan Miley February 4, 2013 DarkCast No Comments
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This weeks we’re talking  about a slew of things. From hating publishers to the announcing of future announcements to how Spartan Ops got good, not to mention the media and government’s overreaction to violence in videogames and finally how game developers are embracing death in stories. Oh, and Deloreans:

And here’s the game that we mentioned that deletes your computer’s files, Lose/Lose:

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Hey there, I'm Jonathan, host of the DarkCast and Feature Editor here on Darkstation. You may be thinking. "How is this guy talking to me? How does he know I'm reading this?" Magic of the internet, my friend...

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