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February 15, 2015

The OMG! Hour: Episode 141

The One with Destiny’s Story Discovered

Several games are discussed this week including more adventures in Elite: Dangerous as well as our initial impressions of new game Harold for PC, Hand of Fate for PS4, and Evolve.  In the news, Bethesda announces their first E3 conference which begins some wild speculations of what they could be announcing.  Ubisoft reveals a game they’ve been holding on to for 3 years for the Wii U.  The 4v1 genre of games may be ending before they begun with Bioware’s cancelling of Shadow Realms and Atari returns to Asteroids with Asteroids: Outpost.  Finally, Peter Molyneux is in hot water for his failed Kickstarter funded Godus.  Lost Treasures, Question of the Week, and Lister Mail rounds out this longer-than-usual episode of The OMG! Hour.

Lost Treasures

The Stuff We Like to Talk About

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.




 
 

 

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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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