Platform Nation’s Lock and Load – Episode 24

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 Mark Rea (A Dark Knight 2).

Our primary objective this week:
– Cutting the cord, leaving cable behind

Our rapid fire topics this week are:
Spreading The Love, by Mike Murphy
The Death Of Single-Player, by Nathan Hardisty
Repeat Performance; PC Vs Console, by Scott Meador
Reflection: Sony To Shut Down “Eye Of Judgement” Servers, by Tym Kaywork
Transcending Emotions: Music in Videogames – Part 1, by Julian Montoya
Craigslist User Willing To Pay For a Job In Game Industry, by Matt McMillian
Blood Gulch Is Back!, by Rane Pollock
Party Chat And The Death Of Multiplayer, by Jake Pearce
Sega Denies Alpha Protocol Sequel, by Patrick Cavasar
Slim White 320 GB HDD PlayStation, by Andrew Badger

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  • Jason Large (BeaArthur)

    As of now I still do it the old fashioned way. It’s just more convenient to have a cable package. By the way I hate Direct TV. I was seeing how much it was to upgrade to HD and it turns out I would have to pay $200 for the cable box and then pay them a monthly fee, screw that. If they didn’t have exclusive rights to the NFL package I would drop them tomorrow. Glad to see Mark likes it’s Always Sunny, I’m a huge fan, and Californication is pretty good as well. There were a lot of sequels at E3 this year so I was wondering what franchises do you guys think just need to die?