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IncGamers Podcast #149

22 Jan 2014  by   Peter Parrish
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On this week’s edition of the IncGamers Podcast, we’re thinking about trademarking the word “podcast” and harassing anybody else on the internet who tries to use it. Hey, if it works for King.com and the word ‘Candy,’ anything’s possible, right?

After saying the word candy as much as possible, we move on to discussing the Microsoft/EA payola scandal currently engulfing YouTube. Maybe this is a good time to admit that the podcast team get money every time they mention Peter Molyneux? Except that’s something I just made up. We’re always happy to do that for free.

Those two stories rather overshadow the trickle of information from Steam Dev Days, which mostly had to do with the lucrative nature of virtual hats and the intriguing promise of virtual reality.

Plus! There’s substantial mockery of the Hitman: Absolution disguise system when we all remember how rubbish it is. Oh, and IO has promised to do better next time.

Paul’s been ramming moons into planets (really) in Planetary Annihilation, Tim can’t talk much about Might & Magic X Legacy because it’s still under embargo and I’ve formed the mighty colonial nation of Bortugal in Europa Universalis IV’s latest expansion, Conquest of Paradise.

Listen below or watch on our Youtube channel. You can find more podcasts in our lovely archive of podcast goodness, or a few over at iTunes.

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  1. peterkingston

    Hope that the IA of Hitman will be true next gen and not only an improvement of current gen.

    PD: Hope that in the next 2 or 4 weeks V will be announced for PC. Like phil collins says “i feel it coming in the air”

    January 22, 2014 at 3:48 pm
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    Your jokes about hitman reminded me of a fps I played where the enemy could see you from a mile away and shoot you dead on like superhuman snipers, and instantly all enemies knew exactly where you are

    January 25, 2014 at 2:08 pm

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