Podtacular 376: E3 2013 Roundtable

With the Electronic Entertainment Expo come and gone, it’s time for us to reflect on everything else that happened during the crazy week at E3. Many more games were shown off with gameplay and info leaking out with seemingly no end… until the close of the Expo that is. Where our primary focus is Halo and Microsoft, there are plenty of other games coming out and on other platforms which are of interest, which leads us to today’s recording. Joining Podtacular’s E3 roundtable discussion is MoltenSlowa, Kalbelgarion (GBH), Justin Bryce (Drunken Halo) and Rebel Rouser (RUL). Enjoy

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3 Responses to Podtacular 376: E3 2013 Roundtable

  1. Phastroh says:

    Why do I have to keep hearing this bullshit about how developers don’t get their share on used games when they are resold.

    What other industry is there that this is even an issue? Seriously WTF does Ford get a share when someone sells or trades in their car.. uh No. Do companies scour yard sales looking for their share of the sale every time someone buys an old jacket or a dresser.

    That argument is foolish and a reason to just face palm the developers. Yeah here get double and triple payments on one game.

    I would love to punch whoever thinks they deserve double payment because the game is sold used right in their face.

  2. Rommel S says:

    I have to say , I agree with what you are saying Phastroh. Do not fret, here you go.

  3. Phastroh says:

    Thanks for the update. While it makes me and many people happy I would love to know who was making the argument on the sale of used games and that developers felt slighted.

    That person or group is so out of touch with reality, they should not even be employed in the industry or anywhere that has to do with goods and services.

    While I can’t say I would think the game makers would cry because it is a fact many of them and I would guess up to 90% of them have purchased and played used games, I would also not rule it out as maybe their companies greed comes from the higher ups.

    What a bunch of puds!

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