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Hey Got Game,
I would like to start with letting you know about something we could not fit into our show this week. It’s the 30th anniversary of the Commodore 64. The Commodore 64 was a 8-bit home computer system that went on sale in August of 1982, and for many gamers it was their first videogame system. For all you did for the industry we salute you, and your 30th birthday Mr. C-64!
Also, something that celebrated it’s 4th birthday last May was our show, and each week you can hear the show in the audio file below this paragraph. However, we are just calling this week’s episode the August 5th 2012 edition of Got Game.
This week on Got Game the crew discusses:
- A) The Olympic event known as Keirin
- B) Images of the new Xbox dev kit and as promised you can find them here
- C) E3 staying in Los Angeles for the next few years
- D) JAY-Z’s new job as a videogame producer
- E) NASCAR the game 2011 topping the PSN sales chart in Europe
- F) Star Wars The Old Republic going to a free to play subscription model
- G) The World of Warcraft losing a lot of subscribers in the last few months
We also talk to Toronto Developers Jonathan Mak and Shaw-Han Liem about their new game: Sound Shapes.
This week Momin also talks to Hollywood director John Carpenter about his favorite videogames.
AND IN OUR REVIEW SECTION WE LOOK AT DEADLIGHT FOR THE XBOX360.