Date: March 28, 2009
Hosted by Jordan Drake
Co-Hosts: Geoff Gasior, Cyril Kowaliski, Matt Butrovich
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This week's podcast gets off to a spoilerific start. Now that our panelists have seen the Battlestar Galactica series finale, we follow up on last week's predictions with a spoiler-heavy review... you have been warned.
It's been a while since we've done a good gaming news roundup, so we also spent some time on sequel watch, analyzing what we know about Bioshock 2, Modern Warfare 2, and Mass Effect 2. Other gaming-related topics include Valve's "DRM free" claims, Havok and AMD's physics demo at GDC, and the next generation of fancy network cards from Bigfoot Networks.
Also in this episode: Cyril finds another mechanical keyboard to lay his hands on, the Pirate Bay wants to cloak its users for a small fee, and Geoff asks what we'd like to see in an instant-on motherboard OS.
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Post-finale Battlestar Galactica review (0:02:55)
Infinity Ward preps Call of Duty 4 sequel for November (0:14:03)- Read more
Crytek shows console-ready CryEngine 3 (0:18:02)- Read more
BioShock 2 to hit PCs, consoles simultaneously (0:19:38)- Read more
Valve purports to make game DRM obsolete (0:23:32)- Read more
Killer Xeno has PCIe interface, starts at $130 (0:26:46)- Read more
ABS's M1 mechanical keyboard (0:31:52)- Read more
Pirate site preps cheap VPN service to cloak users (0:35:05)- Read more
MotionDSP's vReveal and Nvidia's CUDA (0:37:48)- Read more
Havok, AMD demo OpenCL-based physics at GDC (0:44:13)- Read more
Could Seagate be preparing a merger? (0:47:52)- Read more
The case for a secondary motherboard OS (0:50:29)- Read more