Ep. 27: How The Game Awards Affect Gaming

59 minutes

In this week's episode Liz flexes a lot on Adam for fixing the audio quality of the podcasts, Bethesda being clumsy with customer information, Soulja Boy trying to get hip with the gamers, an exciting rumor on another studio to be purchased by Microsoft, and this week's big topic is about how the Game Awards are important to further legitimize the video game industry.
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