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Monday MOOcast - Episode 33
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Publish-date-icon January 27, 2013
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Welcome to the 33rd episode of the Monday MOOcast with Andrea Musolf, Greg Obert, and Mike O'Mara. We bring you all of the greatest gaming news from MOO straight to YOU!

In this episode, we discuss:

1. What we played this week

2. The failure (in our opinion) of Assassin's Creed 3 and it's failed (in our opinion) DLC plan

3. The Elder Scrolls On-line and the debate on whether Elder Scrolls should go MMO or not

4. Senator Leland Yee from California is at it again - he thinks gamers "have no credibility" in the violent videogame debate?!?

5. Atari and THQ go bankrupt. We discuss.

6. Capcom's decision to NOT port Resident Evil: Revelations to the Vita is stupid. Listen to what it is.

7. J.J. Abrams is going to helm the next Star Wars movie. Is this a good thing for the franchise, and how might his unique stylings affect future Star Wars games?

8. Splinter Cell's ridiculous Collector's Edition is discussed, as well as what makes a worthwhile collector's edition for us.

Gameplay on our YouTube version this week features Mike and friends playing Dead Island, Halo 4 and Far Cry 3.

Enjoy!
- Mike, Andrea, & Greg
The Monday MOOcast clan

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