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Platform Nation’s Lock and Load – Episode 37

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:
WWE Smackdown Vs Raw 2011

Our rapid fire topics this week are:
How To: Set Up Your Xbox 360 by: Andrew Hunt (Boss Kamikaze)
Time 100 Gadgets Highlights Gaming Devices by: Chad Bonin (Knux Five)
Quality Control 2010 by: Cooper Bibaud (Thirsty Robot)
Civilization V Hitting Macs By The Holidays by: Jeff Schenning (JeffS49)
PlayStation Phone Confirmed(?) by: Tim Poon (mockenoff)
New PSP2 Rumors Are Too Good to Ignore by: Jordan Silverthorne (Silverthorne)
Loss Of Control by: Stewart Loosemore (Stigweird85)
Fallout: New Vegas Patch Out Now by: Steven Artlip (Steve519)
The Dark Knight Returns…Er ‘Rises’ by: William Johnson (StylelessKnave)
P*N Game Night Sponsored By Battle vs Chess by: Steven Artlip (Steve519)

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  • Favorite writer.. wooo! Suck it, Trebeck!

    Do I have to restart on your favorite ladder now as editor? I mean, I figure I’m already starting above Sarah since, well, I’m contributing to Lock and Load, right? 🙂

    I’ll actually offer a productive question that might be an ASQ: Which Fable was your favorite? Did you even pick up Fable 3? Or has Peter M. worn out his welcome on pushing Fable to the masses?