September 23, 2013

The OMG! Hour: Episode 70

The One with All the Controversies

This week’s The OMG! Hour finds a very tired Jeff returning to talk about the latest in the gaming ‘verse.  We say a fond farewell to Nintendo’s Hiroshi Yamauchi, discuss the Sega takeover of Atlus, and get our minds blown by the unbelievable start to GTA V’s success.  Then we take on the OUYA controversy surrounding the Free the Games Fund and you may not believe where this conversation goes.  An interview with Edward Douglas from Flying Helmet Games comes next in which Sean talk with him about their tabletop video game, EON Altar.  Then, Sean and Jeff get caught up in yet another controversy that’s been invading the interwebs lately: the PAX Controversy.  All that and more on this episode of The OMG! Hour.

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The PAX Controversy



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Sean is an avid gamer and lover of all thing tech. He is a dedicated husband and the father to three beautiful daughters. In addition to taking his love of gaming to a new level with this site, Sean is also host of our podcasts: The OMG! Hour, Lost Treasures of Gaming, and Primetime as well as the bi-weekly podcast mashup show, Gamers Unscripted. Follow Sean on Twitter as @Xiantayne and this blog as @OMGnexus.



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