GF Podcast 24: Evolve, Net Neutrality, Dragon Age: Inquisition
Welcome to another episode of the GameFront Podcast, in which the folks at our little site sit around and spout (sometimes angry) opinions about games and stuff.
This week’s all about angry opinions, in fact. We dig into a number of big topics, like the Federal Communications Commission’s reported new rules that look like they’ll mortally wound net neutrality, and the “sequelitis” that games suffer from — particularly when it comes to Titanfall, which seems like it’s already on its way to being a big money drain for fans.
We also go on about our thoughts regarding Evolve, which has a spiffy new trailer, after getting a chance to (briefly) check it out at PAX East 2014, and some of us are not as keen on it as the rest of the games journalism sphere. Also on the docket is Dragon Age: Inquisition, which now has an official release date, and which contributor Phil Owen mentioned in a column about how underrated Dragon Age 2 has become in the years since its release.
We’ve got links to everything we mention below, and if you’ve got something you want to hear us discuss (or you want to tell us how wrong we are), drop it in the comments.
“New Interactive Evolve Trailer Shows Off 4v1 Gameplay”
“Towering Reservations: Hands-on with Evolve at PAX East”
“Report: FCC is About to Dismantle Net Neutrality, Bad News for Gaming”
“Why You Should Be Worried About Net Neutrality”
“Why Dragon Age 2 is Great and What Inquisition Can Learn From It”
“Titanfall War Games Map, DLC Pricing Detailed”
“Epic Games Teases New Project That Will ‘Push Next-Gen Graphics’”
“Top 10 Best Easter Eggs of All Time”
“Square Enix Registers New Just Cause 3 Domain”
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