Episode #18: Sometimes Gow doesn’t understand

This was exactly the look Gow gave me when I tried to explain the previous podcast title

Well for weeks now I have said that I should write these intros as soon as were done recording.

Well for once I have managed it, which is good as I really would have forgotten about the lemur.

This podcast was originally going to be titled ‘Double the Random’ as this week Gow had the same random word suggested twice.

However while we were listening to the break song, I set that and he stared at me like a confused lemur.

Fortunately you guys don’t have to be confused as everything we talked about is linked below.

Another regular feature got a revamp this week as well – the mid podcast songs. From here on in they will always be suggestions from listeners.

So if you have a suggestion for song to be included in the podcast then put it in the comments of this post or send them too @DrunkenGamer or @D_Gow . They will be put on the short-list and you will be mentioned in the podcast itself when played

Anyway enjoy this episode of the Drinky Talky Thing.

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Updates on stories from last week

Well here we are on week 3 of the Sony Clusterfuck – This week with only 15 separate articles making up one weird story. The Headlines are

  • Sony blame Anonymous
  • Canadians sue for $1 billion
  • Anonymous denies it was them
  • Someone claims Sony knew of the security flaws
  • Sony finish rebuilding the network
  • Anonymous kinda claims responsibly
  • Sony offer free identity theft protection for all
  • Don’t expect the PSN back soon
  • Capcom losing lots of money with the network down

Sony responds to Congress with open letter, suggests ‘Anonymous’ was responsible | Joystiq
Canadian firm proposes class action against Sony to the tune of $1B in damages | Joystiq
C$1 billion suit filed against Sony – News at GameSpot
Anonymous denies involvement with PSN hack | Joystiq
Sony: We knew PSN security flaws | Game Development | News by Develop
Expert says Sony knew of PSN security weakness | Massively
Report: Sony subpoenaed by New York Attorney General | Joystiq
Sony: PSN rebuild complete, internal testing in ‘final stages’ | Joystiq
Sony to offer PSN users free identity theft protection for one year | Joystiq
SCEE ‘working incredibly hard’ to offer protection for European PSN users | Joystiq
Anonymous members say Sony attacks were ‘likely’ connected to movement | Joystiq
PSN likely down for six weeks | Games Industry | MCV
Sony clarifies ‘six weeks’ fears | Games Industry | MCV
PSN outage costing Capcom ‘hundreds of thousands, if not millions,’ exec says | Joystiq
DC Universe Online players getting a new mask as a consolation prize | Massively

This weeks stuff

Hidden messages in soundtrack music?
The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword’s music hides a secret in plain sound | Joystiq

Next Assassins Creed set in Istanbul
Latest Assassin’s Creed teaser hints at Istanbul setting [update] | Joystiq
Even More Assassin’s Creed: Revelations | Rock, Paper, Shotgun

Ubisoft starting film studio
Assassin’s Creed Publisher Opening a Movie Studio

Metro 2033 Sequel gets a name
Metro 2033 Sequel Officially Dubbed Last Light

New Wipeout based domains registered
New Wipeout Game Hinted at with Domain Registration

Split/Second Sequel Cancelled
Split/Second Sequel Canceled as Dev Faces Layoffs

The award for more retarded peripheral goes too
CTA’s latest creation: A translucent Kinect steering wheel | Joystiq

European Nintendo Select lineup surfaces
‘Nintendo Selects’ a slightly different set of games for Europe | Joystiq

The games involved in Smithsonian Gaming exibit announced
Halo, Mario, and Zelda Named to the Smithsonian Videogame Art Exhibition

LA Noire needs 3 disks on the X-Box 360
L.A. Noire Spans Three DVDs on Xbox 360

Microsoft ‘New console dev kit’ rumoured and debunked
Rumor: new Microsoft console dev kits at EA | Joystiq
EA: ‘We don’t have new Xbox dev kits’ | Game Development | News by Develop

Seems that Valve are on a serious media storm this week with lots of interesting comments
Valve: If you want a mobile engine, call Epic | Game Development | News by Develop
Newell: We’ve moved beyond the episodic model | Game Development | News by Develop
Valve “Not Giving Up On Single Player At All” | Rock, Paper, Shotgun

The Osama Map appeared
GameBanana: fy_abbottabad (Maps > Counter-Strike: Source > Fight Yard > fy_abbottabad)

World of Warcraft drops to a pitiful 11.4 million players
World of Warcraft dips to a mere 11.4 million subscribers

Microsoft buys Skype, Plans XBL & Kinect support
Microsoft Buys Skype, Xbox Live Support Promised

Mortal Kombat: Legacy – Episode 5

Release News Roundup

Mass Effect 3 delayed until Q1 2012
Mass Effect 3 delayed to adjust mechanics for ‘larger market opportunity’ | Joystiq
Mass Effect 3 delayed until Q1 2012 | Joystiq

Star Wars: The Old Republic likely to slide to 2012
Star Wars: The Old Republic Could Slip Into 2012

Faxion online invites you to go to hell on the 26th
Faxion Online launching May 26th | Massively

Lego Pirates of the carribiean launches on may 10th
Lego Pirates of the Caribbean sets sail May 10, demo out now | Joystiq

Diablo 3 public beta could be as early as Q3
Diablo 3 ‘external’ beta coming Q3 2011 | Joystiq

Gow’s Random Words

onomatopoeia, otorhinolaryngologist, Ecumenical, Pantone

Songs used in this episode

Intro Remixed from WizWars – 8 Bit Raceway, which can be bought at http://wizwars.bandcamp.com/album/game-boy-rock-special-edition

Song 1: Mega Man 2 ‘Wily’s Requiem’ by Nekofrog http://ocremix.org/remix/OCR01893/


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