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(Released Friday, May 11th 2012)
ORIGIN Symposium III

Not Single Playerery

Ever had “one of those weeks”? That seems to have been my week this week…..ALL week. If it was not one thing happening to piss in my Cheerios, it was another. Life need a big, red REDO button, that if things have not gone as you had planned them by Thursday afternoon, without waiting to see how crappy your Friday is going to be, you can just hit the button, and start over again at Monday morning, with a full week ahead of you to figure out how to get it right. I wonder how much R&D I would need in order to create that button? This weeks show was great, with some lively discussion about The Secret World, Guild Wars 2, making the perfect game, or in Chaelura’s place, the perfect hardware vehicle to play the perfect game on, and as usual, a bit of user feedback from our LDG SpecCor Michel. We are getting closer to the big reveal of all the great stuff we have coming your way, so stay tuned true believers!


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In this episode…It’s the end of the world as we know it, Carmageddon, Bioshock takes two steps back, Slavery is a topic that must be addressed, The Secret World is not so secret, Surpirse butt seks, And the Wars in the Stars have a few less people. All of this and more will be covered on Link Dead Gaming. […]



Whether you dominated in the Secret War, pre-ordered the game, or received a promotional key… The Secret World‘s first beta weekend kicks off today. This is good news for those who have been looking for answers regarding the gameplay, controls, animations, etc. I look forward to answering questions, along with Chae and Blood, about the beta for next week’s podcast. I need to let my loved ones know I am terribly ill and cannot be reached all weekend. Here’s hoping for something positive!

In the Secret World, everything is true.