We have a new Office Chat for your visual amusement. This time, I'm joined by Jordan Devore and Jim Sterling to converse a bit about the possibility of THQ's assets being broken apart to resolve their bankruptcy situation. We also give some thoughts on the news out of CES regarding Valve's plans for dedicated Steam consoles and the announcement of Pokémon X and Y.
As a side note, I'd like to apologize profusely for my audio, which sounds pretty awful. Without going into specifics, a huge amount of credit for this episode even being listenable at all goes to Christopher Rumore, Office Chat's new regular video editor, who managed to save it from the pit. Cheers!
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