Last week we went to Las Vegas for CES and we brought back all of that knowledge to you on this week's Feedback. Morgan Webb filled in as host since Blair Herter was on special assignment in Thailand*. Jessica Chobot, Stephen Johnson and Mike D'Alonzo rounded out the rest of the panel.

CES is the public's chance to check out the future of tech. There were PCs, tablets and smart TVS, but our favorite thing there was refrigerator. Check out this week's episode to find out why!

Feedback :: CES 2012 Round-Up »

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Feedback's Question Of The Week

Every week on Feedback we make time to answer your questions. No question is too small, too vague, or too grammatically incorrect. If you have a question you want to ask the Feedback panel, now's your chance. Topics next week will include CES and you know, video games.

Extra! Extra! Watch all about it! Feedback is hot off the presses with another video game information packed episode. This week Blair Herter, Nikole Zivalich, Donell Tucker and Dana Leahy were in-studio to discuss the issues that matter; like death threats!

Feedback: Steam, DmC Devil May Cry, And Video Game Rumors »

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Feedback's Question Of The Week

Pretty soon we're going to be having a special RPG-themed episode of Feedback. We're even going to have some experts come in to answer your questions. Ken Rolston, Executive Design Director at Big Huge Games and Joe Q., Lead Combat Designer on Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning are going to be in-studio and ready to dish on everything their upcoming title. The action RPG is set to be released this February and I think it's safe to say, we're all stoked to play it.

Let us know, via the comment section below, if you have any questions about the RPG genre, the future of role-playing games, or about KoA: Reckoning. In fact, let us know if you have any questions at all because if you do, and we choose your question, you're going to win some sweet The Witcher 2 swag. Go ahead, ask away!

Keep reading to see a picture of the stuff you could win!

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Feedback's Question Of The Week

It's a new year and with that comes a new chance for you to ask us questions on Feedback. Each week we dedicate an entire section of the show to answer the questions you post in the comment section. You can ask us questions about current events, the gaming industry, or even breakfast cereal. Really, it's up to you!

If having your voice heard isn't enough, then we'll bribe you! If we choose your question then we'll send you a mystery prize!


We did it! We survived the onslaught of games 2011 threw at us just in time to take on the bounty of titles 2012 has in store. The Feedback panel has been aching to dish about their most anticipated games of the new year.

This week on Feedback, we welcomed Insomniac's senior writer, TJ Fixman. He's the writer behind Ratchet & Clank: All 4 One and Insomniac's next title Overstrike. Representing Team G4 we have Blair Herter, Morgan Webb, and Nikole Zivalich (she's my favorite, but I might be biased).

Feedback: Looking Ahead To 2012 »

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On this episode of Feedback the team dissected 2011. Blair " The Boss" Herter, Donell "Donny Diablo" Tucker, Stephen "Money Money Money" Johnson and Rob "Indie I Love You" Manuell talk about all of the highs and lows in gaming. I don't think I can warn you enough, this episode might have too much manly man content. 

Feedback Shigeru Miyamoto's Retirement And 2011: A Year In Review »


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It has finally happened; EA and BioWare have released Star Wars: The Old Republic. Blair Herter, Matt Keil, Morgan Webb, and Leah Jackson pulled themselves away from the Empire to talk about it with you on Feedback. Watch this week's show to find out if SW: TOR truly is the MMO you've been looking for.

Feedback: Star Wars: The Old Republic And The Last Of Us »

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Feedback's Question Of The Week

Since the Holidays are quickly approaching I want to farm some questions from you, the readers, before you leave town/enter a sugar cookie coma/ partake in a marathon Skyrim session.

Some time after Christmas we're going to shoot our Looking Forward to 2012 episode. The comment section below is your chance to ask us anything you want to know about the video games of 2012. Go ahead, ask away!

Remember, you can question for our Star Wars: The Old Republic episode too.

Feedback's Question Of The Week

Hello my little Sith and Jedi. Next week on Feedback we're going to be discussing all things video games. Our games of the week will be Star Wars: The Old Republic. Are you as relieved as we are BioWare and EA finally release it?  Do you have any questions you want our expert panelists to answer? Then use this comment section as your chance to ask them. Write concise, video game related questions and your chances of being chosen will increase. Trust me, I pick the questions. And If we do read your question you'll win a mystery prize. 

Everyone has big budget holiday games on their minds, and rightfully so. This year we've seen some of the biggest games of this console generation compete against each other. Rather than speculate about what it's like to make these AAA games, we went straight to the developers' mouths.

We somehow managed to convince Epic Games' Cliff Bleszinski and Insomniac's Ted Price to stop by Feedback. On this very special episode, Cliff and Ted take a few minutes out of their busy schedules to answer your questions.  

A Very Special Feedback With Cliff Bleszinski And Ted Price »

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Feedback's Question Of The Week

It's the most wonderful time of the week again. I'm referring to the day where I urge you, the readers, to ask us your questions for Feedback. Over the next few weeks we're going to be looking back at 2011 and looking forward to 2012. It's a time to meditate, reflect, and possibly berate each other over L.A. Noire. Your call, really.

Take this opportunity to ask Feedback's panel questions. Do it! Please! I'll give you presents! (No, really I will.) If we choose your question you'll win some killer swag.

Feedback's Question Of The Week

Next week on Feedback we're going to rock your world. We're having on special guests, maybe you've heard of them? Epic Games' Cliff Bleszinski and Insomniac's Ted Price. Yeah.

Somehow we managed to convince these talented people to come on our show. Please don't tell them what they're getting themselves into. To make sure this special episode of Feedback is still good ol'Feedback we will NEED your questions. Take this opportunity to ask Blair, Cliff, Todd and Ted anything your heart desires. Seriously, go crazy.

**I apologize for all of the CAPS LOCK. I'm just really excited.

UPDATE: Sadly, Todd Howard will not be able to make the show.

Extra! Extra! Read all about it! The world of gaming journalism is rapidly changing. Print media is dwindling and citizen journalism is on the rise. Game critics Garnett Lee (Shacknews) and Dan Amrich (Activision) stopped by to weigh in on the issue. X-Play's Matt Keil and Blair Herter rounded out the rest of the panel.

Blair, Garnett, Matt, and Dan discuss what the gaming industry used to be like and why it's changing. Stick around for Fan Feedback when the experts answer your questions. And of course they answer the age old question, "How do I get a job in the gaming industry?"

Feedback -- The Death Of GamePro Magazine »

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Feedback's Question Of The Week

This week on Feedback we're going to be talking about the state of gaming journalism. We'll once again need your questions. We need them! You can send in your burning questions by posting them in the comment section below. Feel free to ask questions about the past, present or future of gaming journalism, or even ask a question that has nothing to do with that topic. It's up to you! Make sure your questions are concise! 

If we choose your question we'll send you a wonderful mystery prize! It's a win win situation! Ask away!

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