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Hey Got Gamers,
I have a confusion to make. I become a terrible person when faced with any sort of competition. I obviously don’t pretend to be the best at
everything anything. Instead, I go to a dark place in the back of my mind where winning is the only option. That’s why I try to avoid competitions whenever possible, but this weekend I failed badly because I spent all of it going through Trials Evolution to beat everyone’s times; and because misery loves company I am going to give you the chance with this Trials Evolution code for the Xbox360.
The code is obviously missing one digit that I’ve replaced with a dollar sign. This is partly to keep it sporting, but mostly due to rumours that nefarious individuals have created programs that constantly search the internet for digital download codes like the ones used by Sony’s PlayStation Network, Microsoft’s Xbox Live and even Valve’s Steam. However, by the time you’ve read this I will have already put something on this page that flat out tells you what the dollar sign has replaced, so keep an eye out.
On the bright side, the one thing I will never have to hint at is the location of the post-broadcast podcast. That’s because, like every week, you can find it in the audio file below this paragraph. Although we just call it the April 22nd 2012 edition of Got Game.
This week the crew will take you on an emotional roller coaster when we discuss:
- The final 2 contestants for the Madden 13 cover vote
- Videogames Live coming back to Toronto
- HALO 4 getting a release date
- Conan O’Brien’s upcoming role in Halo 4
- Caine’s Arcade in Los Angeles
- Retailers accidentally leaking the news of God of War Ascension
- The fact that the new movie based off of the Silent Hill games is getting a release date
- Ubisoft getting sued by a writer who claims that Assassin’s Creed stole his ideas
- Making your own games with Sketch Nation Studios
Speaking of Sketch Nation Studios, we talked about the Poorly Made Platformer I created, so I wanted to give you a quick idea of what I did in literally 5 minutes. Here’s a screen capture of the game I made using the Sketch Nation Studios program.
AND IN OUR REVIEW SEGMENT THIS WEEK WE TAKE A LOOK AT THE CANADIAN INDIE TITLE FEZ.