Platform Nation’s Lock and Load – Episode 29

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:
– Smackdown vs Raw 2011 Interview

Our rapid fire topics this week are:
Microsoft Discontinues Selling XBLA Games Through, by Steven Artlip
Summer of Arcade Is Over… What Now?, by John McMahon
How Bioware Can Fix Mass Effect 2 PS3, by Nathan Hardisty
A Decline In Horror, by Mike Murphy
Awesome Final Fantasy XIV Trailer Revealed, by Julian Montoya
Halo:Reach Trailer. “Remember Reach”, by Mark Withers
Netflix Streaming Arrives on iPhone/iTouch, by Paul Battani
Having A Gaming Party? Stock Up At Dell, by Chad Bonin
Microsoft Swings Banhammer At Halo: Reach, by Jake Pearce
Batweek over at Platform Nation, by Platform Nation Staff

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  • Jason Large (BeaArthur)

    Audio is much better this week. Talking about DLC last week got me wondering how you guys feel about Game of the Year editions. Personally they piss me off. The developers/publishers charge all the loyal fans who supported the game from day 1 for DLC and then everyone who didn’t buy the game gets all of that stuff for free for buying the Game of the Year edition. Take a game like Fallout 3. The game was $60 and the DLC totaled $50, so if you bought the game when it released and got all the DLC it cost you $110 total. Now if I had waited a year and bough the Game of the Year edition, I could have paid the same price as anyone who picked it up day 1 and gotten all of the DLC for free. Something just isn’t right about that.