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The Multiverse – Episode #26: “Guest Starring: Green Armadillo”

Hello again, everyone!

Hopefully this Monday is treating you kindly, but to help with that we’ve prepared another episode of The Multiverse for your listening pleasure. This week we had the pleasure of being joined by Green Armadillo of the Player Versus Developer blog. A big thanks goes out to him for tolerating Ferrel and I on his first ever podcast. We were glad to have him along as he was truly a great (and very well spoken!) guest.

This week we talk about the closure of APB, PotBS going free-to-play, and the soft launch of Vindictus, Nexon’s latest oh-so-shiny brawler. We spend a little time getting to know GA a little better and then move on to our main topic: have we moved beyond the subscription fee and are they a blessing or a curse on new games.

Let us know what you think in the comments. As always, we welcome your email at multiversepodcast@gmail.com and promise to highlight any and all 5-star iTunes reviews.

Enjoy the show!

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2 comments

  1. hunter

    wow a long one but pretty good. although i kind of found that you guys got a little too excited about upcoming games. I mean its just gaming lets move on with our lives, go to our meaningless jobs, count down the mindless days until our corporeal bodies cease to operate, turning into dust, and falling into oblivion. in fact, screw it, i’m going to go kill myself right now rather than get excited about an upcoming game.

    1. Chris "Syeric" Coke

      Lol, you’re treading dark territory, my friend. But, you’re right. All excitement should be removed from the genre. From now on, I might buy new games, but I’ll be damned if I like it! ;-)

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