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PS3BlogCast Episode 121 |

Welcome back to another episode of the PS3BlogCast. We’re getting closer to this years E3, though there are still some bits of news that are coming out ahead of that. Tune in this episode to hear us discuss a few things in the gaming world as well as our adventures in Final Fantasy 14.

Watch Dogs finally comes out this month, as does Wolfenstein: The New Order. I’m looking forward to both of them, though I still need to finish Child of Light. What about you? Are you excited for either of those games? Let us know in the comments below!


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Here’s a list of some things we discussed:

  • New Releases
  • EA to reveal 6 new games at E3
  • Battlefield 4 finally gets squad support
  • Amplitude
  • DualShock 4 light bar
  • Dyling Light delayed
  • TLoU PS4
  • Final Fantasy 14
  • Secret word
  • The Amplitude KS campaign ain’t doing great. Their goal is too high and their campaign is too short.

  • I feel like Sony should be paying for Amplitude not kickstarter. Shu was tweeting about the kickstarter and he should have be able to make a push to develop an support. Maybe it’s not that simple, regardless Kick starter should be saved for more indie studios to get games off the ground. It would be similar if Ubisoft kickstarted Child of Light.

  • Exactly, or if Ubisoft kickstarted Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon.

  • i spend all of my seals on ventures