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Hey it's time for Episode 7 of the Endless Brocast, in which the Endless Brocast Crew breaks down the internet phenomenon that is Twitch Plays Pokemon before going over the not-so-pleasant news with Irrational. Gagan corrects an error, Phil shares his thoughts on countdowns, and Will... well he's just there. We ponder whether Ken Levine or Take-Two is to blame for Irrational's closure, and discuss the possibility that it might be due to something else entirely. Praise be to Helix.


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#3 Beacon_of_Truth 2014-03-03 10:10
Quoting frozenliquid:
Yo if you guys are gonna do a bit more about the whole Irrational thing, I'm keen to give my two cents. After Leigh Alexander's Gamasutra article, I got some things to say about corporate America and how it's failing the industry. It'll also be a nice segue to talk about the rise of indie gaming.

Also, you want a New Zealand accent in your next podcast.

Give us a free day.
#2 frozenliquid 2014-03-02 00:09
Yo if you guys are gonna do a bit more about the whole Irrational thing, I'm keen to give my two cents. After Leigh Alexander's Gamasutra article, I got some things to say about corporate America and how it's failing the industry. It'll also be a nice segue to talk about the rise of indie gaming.

Also, you want a New Zealand accent in your next podcast.
#1 Foolz 2014-02-28 16:16
Good shit guys. I had the same exact experience with Pokemon Red...and my DS hinge snapping. Except I didn't sell it.

Personally I'm excited to see what Levine will do. We've had big budget FPS worlds created by him, so it'll be interesting to see him do something new, unless it's just a mobile game I suppose.

And I dunno about being too careful with comments due to people losing their jobs. Yeah, it does suck, but they're not in an industry where they'd honestly be expecting to work at the one company for many, many years. Getting fired and moving on to other companies is par for the course in most creative fields.

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