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The Daily Hotness: Hypothetical videogame TV shows

11:59 PM on 03.29.2013

Darren Nakamura

Associate Editor

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I think I'd rather have a Mass Effect TV show than a BioShock one, if only because it would be easy to make something in the Mass Effect universe that lives up to the games, where it would be much more difficult to do BioShock well on television without just retelling the story we already know.

On Destructoid, Taylor wrote up a nice piece on becoming a virtual hunter, Patrick reviewed the cool roguelike Sword of the Stars: The Pit, the Destructoid Show went live, and the team continued to bring news and previews from GDC.

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The DTOID Show is going live today with our GDC wrap-up!
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Community: 
Community blogs of 3/29
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Reviews: 
Review: Sword of the Stars: The Pit
Review: Dead or Alive 5 Plus


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GDC trailer for vampire stealth game Dark has a dull bite
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GDC: Valve, virtual reality, and the Oculus Rift
GDC: David Gaider talks about sex and privilege
GDC: Checking in with the Hotline Miami sequel
GDC: Unreal Engine 4 and Frostbite 3 won't support Wii U

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