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September 1, 2014

The OMG! Hour: Episode 118

The One with the Videon Games

This week we are joined by Diana Birsan, who has written reviews for the site in the past but has never come on the show.  She may not be old, and she may not be married, but she is most definitely a gamer and fits in well.  Microsoft announced the Kinect will be sold separately for a whopping $149.99.  Is this a good idea?  Amazon buys Twitch, Destiny has no player to player trades, and Dragon Age: Inquisition get multiplayer.  In what was an exciting week in gaming news, it was also a very bad week to care about our beloved hobby as many in the industry were attacked.  We discuss this unfortunate trend that we fear will only keep getting worse.  Finally we end the show with the return of an old friend.


Lost Treasures: Beyond Good and Evil [2003, PS2/Xbox/Gamecube]

The Stuff We Like to Talk About

Plugs

The Usual

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About the Author

Sean
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.




 
 

 

Episode 282: Looking Forward at 2018: PS4 & Xbox One

It’s our second episode in which we look forward at 2018 and what’s coming up this year. In this we take a look at PS4 and Xbox One, the games that we’re looking forward to, those that we really don’t ca...
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Episode 281: Looking Forward at 2018: VR & Switch

It’s the beginning of the year so it’s time we discuss what we’re looking forward to in 2018. Since we’re without Tycko this week (though we get a brief view of Disney World this episode), we discuss tha...
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Episode 280: The One with the Fixed Lists

With Jeff still on vacation, we take time to review the major 2017 Top 10 Lists and make much needed revisions to them. Polygon, GameSpot, Game Informer, Kotaku, and The Game Awards all got it wrong and it was up to us to make ...
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