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New Destructoid Episode: Hacks, PAX, Mercs, and Freedom!


9:15 PM on 06.27.2011



Hey dudes, whacky awesome exciting news today.

First, hacker group LulzSec gave one last hurrah before saying the voyage of their LulzBoat had come to an end. Or something, I don't even know. Second, the United States Supreme Court ruled in favor of video games being awesome, America rules, number one! (Or something.) Tara gives us a rundown of the games of the XBLA Summer of Arcade extravaganza, and it appears that there may be a new Goldeneye 007 game in the works. What the hell is the story with the permanent save files on Resident Evil: The Mercenaries 3D? We have no idea, and Capcom isn't helping.

Most importantly, Destructoid Live at PAX Prime 2011 is a thing that is happening. That I might be involved with. Click here for important clues.








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