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Feedback's Question Of The Week

Next week the Feedback panel will be climbing aboard the Normandy. If you have any questions about BioWare's Mass Effect 3, ask them here! We'll also be talking about any breaking news in the gaming industry, like details about Assassin's Creed 3 and Halo 4. We'd love to answer your questions, ask away!

UPDATE: Due to an error we had to remove this episode of Feedback. We sincerely apologize for the inconvenience.

In a world...where Feedback gets posted every Wednesday, Tim Miller has found himself in a heap of trouble. This fall (not actually this fall) Tim Miller, the Creative Director at Blur Studio and the director of the upcoming movie Deadpool, will stop by G4 to be a guest on Feedback. In the end he might just learn something about what it means to be a friend.  This week's Feedback stars Blair Herter, Nikole Zivalich, Donell Tucker and Tim Miller.  

Have a case of the Mondays? Me too; that's why I decided to brighten your day with a BONUS episode of Feedback. Blair Herter's little black book of game developers knows no bounds. He made a few phone calls, made a some promises of "mantinis" and look who showed up to one of our DICE 2012 Feedbacks: Gearbox Software's Randy Pitchford and Epic Games' Rod Fergusson. The two video game icons were joined by Blair's boss, the executive producer of X-Play, Wade Beckett.

Feedback Does DICE Part 2: Rod Fergusson And Randy Pitchford »


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Feedback's Question Of The Week

Guess what time it is? It's Ask-Feedback-Questions-O'Clock! Next week we're having on a special guest, Blur Studios co-founder Tim Miller. Remember that one amazing video game trailer that totally blew you away? You know, the one? Right, well Blur made that. They make top-notch video game cinematics, cut scenes and trailers. Tim will be in studio to answer your questions, so ask!

UPDATE: We're also going to be talking about video games that suffer from too much hype and Killzone 3's multiplayer going free-to-play (kind of) on the PSN.

When G4 rolls into Las Vegas, they roll in style. When we decided to shoot a few episodes of Feedback while we were at DICE we knew we had to bring it. Blair Herter broke out his little black book of video game developers and these three gentlemen showed up. Ladies and Gents, I give you Tim Schafer, Chet Faliszek and Pete Hines. These men need know introduction but here I go anyway. Tim is the CEO and Founder of Double Fine. He's who you need to talk to if you want Psychonauts 2. Chet is a writer extraordinaire at Valve and no, he will not tell you anything about Half-Life 2 Ep. 3. Pete is the VP of PR and Marketing at Bethesda. He's basically the Dovahkiin.

Feedback Does DICE: Tim Schafer, Chet Faliszek, Pete Hines »


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Feedback's Question Of The Week

It's a new year and that can only mean one thing: Makeovers! We think it's time we give the ol' Feedback a face-lift. But before we take the show under the knife we need your input. What do you want to see change? What kinds of guests do you want to see? (Developers, publishers, personalities, me?) What do you want to learn each week? (more news, more reviews, more feedback from you.)

While you're thinking about changes you'd like to see implemented, read this reimagining of John F. Kennedy's Inaugural Address from January 20, 1961. Feedback!

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Wednesday! Wednesday! Wednesday! Today we have a Monster Feedback for you to demolish. This week your trucks, I mean panelists, are Morgan Webb, Stephen Johnson and SPECIAL GUESTS David Jaffe, and Tim Schafer. Yes, we have them both in studio to answer your questions! Oh and they discussed their games, Twisted Metal and Double Fine Happy Action Theater.

Feedback: Twisted Metal And Double Fine Happy Action Theater »



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Feedback decided to get cereal on you and make a RPG episode for you. We had Internationally Celebrated Game Designer, Ken Rolston and Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning's Lead Combat Designer, Joe Quadara on to tell how us to make an RPG. Blair Herter and Morgan Webb round out of the rest of the Feedback panel. Are you guys ready for an adventure?

Feedback: Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning Edition »


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Feedback's Question Of The Week

This week G4 will be attending DICE in Las Vegas and it's going to be just like the commercials say; What Happens in Vegas, Stays On Feedback. We're going to be talking to Chet Faliszek from Valve, Todd Howard and Pete Hines from Bethesda, Randy Pitchford from Gearbox and the Vegas gods only know who else we'll find. So now I come to you, oh noble Feedback viewers/TheFeed winners. Give us questions to ask these great, heroic, excruciatingly good looking men. Ask, ask like you've never asked before!

And we'll send you presents!

Feedback's Question Of The Week

We're going to be shooting a PR-centered episode of Feedback soon. I know you love to play games but how much do you know about the people who make sure you know which one to pick up every Tuesday? Special guests Aubrey Norris from Deep Silver and Mark Van Lommel from Nexon will be in studio to answer your questions. If you want to get into video game PR or just wonder how it works, ask us stuff!!!!!!





Guess what time it is? FEEDBACK TIME! This week on Feedback, Blair Herter, Jessica Chobot, Leah Jackson and Rob Manuel discuss Final Fantasy 13-2. Find out how FF13-2 stacked up against FF13, and against the entire Final Fantasy series. 

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Feedback's Question Of The Week

It's Thursday, and that means it's time to beg you to ask us questions on next week's Feedback. Each episode, we set aside time to answer your questions, no matter how serious, personal, or even topical they are. Next week will be no different. Our game of the week will be Final Fantasy 13-2 but you can ask any gaming related question you think of. If I choose your question you'll receive a special mystery prize!

It's Ladies Night on Feedback as Blair Herter welcomes Jessica Chobot, Nikole Zivalich, and Leah Jackson. The Feedback team tackles tough issues like...video games... Actually, that's the only issue we cover. Video games are a big deal guys. Topics included difficulty in games, changes being made to Diablo 3 and we answer the age-old question, "How many Silent Hill and Resident Evil games can we handle in one year?"

Feedback: BioShock Infinite's 1999 Mode And Diablo 3 »


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Feedback's Question Of The Week

I know what you're thinking. "More? You need more questions from me?" To that I answer, "Hell-to-the-yes!!!" Each week we bring you a webshow-spectacular called Feedback, but we're nothing without you. We need your questions to answer! Next week we'll be chatting it up about the changes to Diablo 3, Resident Evil 6, BioShock Infinite's "1999 Mode" and oh, so much more. Have any questions about those topics? Have any questions about anything at all? Comment section, NOW!




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Feedback's Question Of The Week

Do you like ice cream? Do you like homicidal clowns? If you answered yes to both of these questions you're going to love Feedback in a few weeks! We're going to have on a very special guest, Sir David Jaffe*. The man will be in studio to talk about the state of the gaming industry, the future of video games, oh and this little video game called TWISTED METAL!!! The exclamation marks and caps lock aren't part of the title, I'm just excited.

UPDATE: Equally knighted Tim Schafer will also be in studio! This is your chance to ask questions about Schafer's rocking history of games, like Psychonauts and Brutal Legend. Not to mention, but I am mentioning, Double Fine's next game, Happy Action Theater.

This is your chance to ask David Jaffe and Tim Schafer anything you want. Ask your questions in the comment section below. And as always, we'll give you something sweet if we choose your question.

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*He's been knighted. Twice.

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