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New Destructoid Show: Dragon Age Nazi Dinosaurs?!


9:40 PM on 03.18.2011



Good evening and happy Friday, handsome readers of Destructoid! I would make a Rebecca Black joke, but I'm sure you've heard them all by now so let's get on with the program.

On today's episode of Destructoid, Max gets ultra sassy with EA over some Crysis 2 and Dragon Age 2 news that seems to have everyone's collective panties in a twist. I chat a little bit about Square Enix dropping Gun Loco but going forth with a Dungeon Siege III comic, and Max finally reveals his secret love for Nazis. Wait, was that it? I can't remember.

Anyway, we also talk about Activision's first Kinect title Wipeout in the Zone, the upcoming sequel to River City Ransom, and something about Heavy Rain definitely not inventing a genre.

Also, sports. But mostly cocks.






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