This week Bonus EXP steps up to tier 1 while we play: Call of Duty Black Ops, Red Dead Redemption Undead Nightmare, Call of Duty Black Ops, Enslaved, Call of Duty Black Ops, some older games, and some really wierd game.
We also chat about gaming news, a user e-mail containing interesting questions, stick tuned to the end for all of that, and also some other casual discussion.
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IGN's 360 team has created a "Cheers & Tears" list comprising of 5 RPGs you should check out and 5 of them that your wallet should stay clear of. The Cheers section probably won't be much of a surprise to anyone, featuring Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion, Fable II, Fallout 3, Mass Effect, and Lost Odyssey. The Tears list is made up of Dark Messiah, Phantasy Star Universe, Two Worlds of Might and Magic, Spectral Force 3, and The Last Remnant.
"The positive side is that we have the capacity to work on other projects now. To some degree, although it sounds like a bit of a paradox, all these publishers cutting things right now - I think it will eventually benefit the independent developers.
"Those companies will be looking for projects, and if they're looking, rightly, to lower their costs it makes sense to work with independent companies - they're always cheaper than anything they can produce internally."
"Ubisoft has revealed first details of the Xbox 360 edition of Dark Messiah of Might & Magic, which was previously released on the PC and experienced reasonable success. The X360 version will carry the added "Elements" title to its name, and will also sport some differences from the PC edition."