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September 18
2014

Final Fantasy XV Switches Directors, Gets New Trailer and Demo

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Originally announced in 2006 alongside Final Fantasy XIII, Final Fantasy XV has become one of gaming’s most notorious titles. It’s development has been fraught with numerous delays, rumors of becoming vaporware, and even the possibility of turning into a musical. Yes, a musical. While the game’s E3 2013 showing renewed faith that it still exists, it had absolutely zero presence at E3 2014 whatsoever. Given the game’s history this was….concerning, to say the least.

This week’s Tokyo Game Show brought a number of announcements about the title, and while none of them are a release date (or even a window) they are pretty noteworthy nonetheless.

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September 16
2014

Youtuber Wants to Review a Game, Gets Dick Pics

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Alice is an up and coming Youtuber who shares his love of video games online in the form of Let’s Play videos, early reviews, and more. His channel currently features a number of indie games that he shares his time with for others to watch.

He recently reached out to an indie developer in hopes of landing a spot on their media list, in hopes of securing an early copy of their game to review. What he got in return was some PR guy’s dick pic.

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2014

Wootini’s Weekly Video Podcast #189

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Well, if you watched last week’s episode, you know what this one is all about.

My utter lack of willpower naturally meant that I bought Destiny even though it’s not normally a game that I would ever play. I’m not good enough at shooters to play online with people. So what do I think of Bungie’s massively-hyped release? Make the jump and watch this week’s vidcast to find out!

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September 8
2014

Wootini’s Weekly Video Podcast #188

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You might recall last week that I was having a little trouble getting used to my new Xbox One. Well, things definitely got worse before they got better! Plus, I’m enjoying a new game, but still on the fence about an upcoming title…

Make the jump, watch this week’s episode, then help me out in the comments! Thanks!

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September 3
2014

Rantasmo Asks if Gone Home Needs More Gay

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Vlogger Rantasmo has made a name for himself dissecting media that, as he puts it, ‘needs more gay’. In his aptly titled video series he carefully analyzes the queer content in all sorts of media from film to TV to, you guessed it, video games. In his latest episode he takes a look at Gone Home, the breakout indie title of 2014. In his review he addresses some common complaints against the The Fullbright Company’s gay friendly hit while also explaining why its 90s setting is an integral part of its queer themes.
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September 2
2014

Wootini’s Weekly Video Podcast #187

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This is such a big week that I can’t talk about everything I want to talk about, so some of it will have to wait until next week. Like Professor Layton Vs. Phoenix Wright or the New Nintendo 3DS. As you can see from the image above, the big news this week is my new Xbox One. Make the jump to watch this week’s episode to see what I think of my new black box!

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August 25
2014

GX3 is Coming!!!

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It was previously reported that after only its second year the queer-friendly gaming convention GaymerX would be no more. Numerous reasons were cited for the con’s end, the biggest one being a significant lack of financial support from sponsors and game companies to help with the event’s already high costs. Running a game convention at a major hotel in one of the most expensive cities in the world is no small feat, and organizers Toni Rocca and Matt Conn have publicly shared their uncertainty of holding another con, let alone breaking even on the first two. Since then a number of game developers have stepped up with financial support for the convention.

Today it has been announced that GaymerX is coming back for a third year and will be rebranded as GX3: Everyone Games.
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