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The DTOID Show: The Walking Dead, Bioshock & Evil Patents


8:30 PM on 01.04.2013




Happy New Year! We're back, and boy did we miss you!

We have a lot of news today, starting with that semi-legit fan-trailer of The Walking Dead: Survival Instinct that probably made it look a lot worse that it'll actually be. Bioshock and Bioshock 2 are getting a big sassy bundle chock full of bonus stuff and Australians are now allowed to have games with boobs and drugs in them. Meanwhile, XBLA is getting Retro City Rampage, PSN is getting Demon's Souls, and Polytron says Fez might be coming to other platforms. Sony patented a thing that could block used games, and used Wii Us may be able to access previous owners' games. Video games, you guys.






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