In keeping with the spirit of this week’s episode of Feedback, you should know that this is actually the second Feed post I’m writing for it. Yeah. I totally wrote one earlier, and then, clickity-click, delete. One could say that was a huge waste of time on my part, but if we can handle redoing an entire Feedback, then, damnit, we can handle redoing a post about redoing Feedback. Am I right? Anyway, on this episode, guest host Patrick Klepek and the fearsome foursome of Morgan Webb, Abbie Heppe, Matt Keil, and Sterling McGarvey do their best to pretend that they’re listening to each other discuss this week's topics when in fact they are secretly thinking about where those last remaining orbs in Crackdown 2 are. Damn orbs.
Listen up, agent. Here are the rest of this week's discussion topics:
- The EVO 2010 championships wrapped up this past weekend in Las Vegas, and it was quite a show, despite what a shockingly large number of misguided and juvenile commenters had to say about it during the live streams of the various matches.
- Double Fine’s Tim Schafer made some rather pointed (and not entirely off the mark) comments about Activision head Bobby Kotick this week. Here’s a tip: it might have had something to with Activision giving Double Fine the shaft over Brutal Legend.
- Blizzard narrowly avoided sparking a nerd-mageddon by cancelling plans to force World of Warcraft players to reveal their true identities.
Feedback: Because sometimes, humanity must take a hard look at itself and decide that life—ORB!...What was I saying?
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