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Molehill Mountain Episode 71 – Dead Horse Beatings

EA has closed one of its studios… again.

32:38 – Capcom grossly overprices its costume DLC for Marvel vs Capcom Infinite

37:10 – Disney finally revealed the official name of its upcoming Han Solo movie. It’s boring.

39:12 – Bethesda goes overboard with Season Pass and Preorder shenanigans for Wolfenstein 2

41:25 – Switch OS update allows you to capture up to 30 SECONDS of game footage! WOW!!!

49:29 – Fire Emblem Warriors charges you extra for content Hyrule Warriors gave away for free

52:38 – EA closes another of its acquired studios. Who’s next?

1:06:30 – Icky Activision patent revealed

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Molehill Mountain Episode 48 – Andrew Is a Sick, Sick Man

The show must go on, horrible allergy attack be damned!

1:45 – The pros and cons of Bethesda’s Prey demo

8:41 – Bethesda still thinks trademarks mean you own words

18:36 – Greybox adds OST to physical version of RIME to justify higher price. Digital version will be cheaper, but not in Australia.

25:22 – Square Enix says bye-bye to Hitman dev IO Interactive

35:11 – Remedy’s Alan Wake to be delisted in wake of expiring music licenses

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Molehill Mountain Episode 37 – Nothing To Say But Everything

Zachary makes his triumphant return and many important topics are discussed.  Does Zachary have a tattoo?  Has Andrew ever fainted?  All this and more!

5:10 – We get back to Kicking the Bucket List

25:44 – The Castlevania Netflix show debuts a poster

29:35 – Bethesda “can’t say” if next fall’s Switch release of Skyrim will be the special edition

33:27 – Nintendo Switch Joy Cons reportedly have a de-syncing problem

43:39 – A small thing that rekindled my excitement for Breath of the Wild

1:09:08 – What do we think about PewDiePie?

1:23:17 – What do we think about Milo Yiannopoulos?

1:30:36 – What do we think about Donald Trump?

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A Look Back At E3 By This Hardcore Casual Gamer

E3 2016As I sat and watched E3 this year, I had this nagging feeling at the back of my mind. As each game was introduced and I saw trailers and gameplay footage, this feeling got stronger and stronger. I couldn’t shake it. But I couldn’t quite place it for a while though. Then about halfway through Microsoft’s press event, it finally dawned on me what I was feeling. So I put it in a tweet.

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