Platform Nation’s Lock and Load – Episode 18

Welcome to this weeks episode of Platform Nation’s Lock and Load, your weekly official P*N Video Game Podcast.

This weeks hosts are, Steven Artlip (Steve519), Scott diMonda (WCC5723) and Tony Augustus (Chiahippo).

Our primary objective this week:
Red Dead Redemption

Our rapid fire topics this week are:
Games We Need To Play In HD, by Julian Montoya
Call Of Duty: Black Ops Trailer Boasts Rappelling, Crossbows, by Tim Poon
New Pokemon Black And White Battle Footage, by Dorian Whitley
Call Of Duty: Black Ops Free Worldwide Premiere Theme, by Andrew Hunt
Facebook Embraces FPS, by Ross Wigg
PixelJunk Shooter 2 In Full Production!, by Ben Lehman
Announcement: Red Dead Weekend, by Nathan Hardisty
Halo Reach Beta: A Fan’s Perspective, by Jeremiah John Hill
Revisiting Old Games: A Suggestion, by Tym Kaywork
The PSP 2 E3 Rumor (Again), by D. Demitrius Smith

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  • Mike Hudec (dolenraug) did the Deadly Premonition review and it only costs $19.99.

    And you got my name right!

    Would be interested in getting on to talk about Crackdown 2 next week or the week after; whenever it’s free.

  • Sorry Mike. Ben I just wanted to show that I can say your name right.

  • Jason Large (BeaArthur)

    What up guys. Steve, I couldn’t disagree more about RDR’s multiplayer. I actually love it, especially the Free Roam mode. I actually hope that all open world games adopt a lobby like that. The actual competitive modes are fairly generic, I would agree with you there but overall I am loving the whole package. You talking about your disappointment in the multiplayer got me thinking; what game disappointed you the most? For me it’s Street Fighter 4. I was a huge SF2 fan back in my SNES days and was really excited to get my hands on SF4, but I can honestly say that I hated it. The single player was incredibly difficult and the final boss was beyond frustrating and I wasn’t a big fan of the multiplayer either. Everyone uses 1 of 3 characters and I just kept getting crushed by people who do nothing but play SF4. I probably just suck at the game, but I had zero fun with it for the few days I owned it.

  • Great show! Finally got my hands on RDR and all I can say is WOW! Im with you Steve the competitive multi player modes are boring but the free roam with some buddies is alot of fun.

  • Mark Withers. (MarkWithers)

    great show guys, the cloud gaming I wrote a comment on last weeks show was to do with a company called OnLive. they claim that they will stream games to any PC (or basically mobile device) and the game will look awesome regardless of your hardware specs. I don’t believe it until i see it but they have demoed Crysis behind closed doors and may have a presence at E3.