The Game Plan Podcast: Episode 10 – Special Edition PlayStation 4 Extravaganza Explosion

What happens when a PC elitist, a couple optimists, and a middle-of-the-roader enter into an hour-long discussion about the PlayStation 4 revelation? Why, The Game Plan’s 10th episode, of course! Between our talk of Nick wanting to feel like a kid again while endorsing console war assassinations, we finally figure out what sunk the Atari Jaguar. Also, how the hell did we decide this Sony event actually benefited the Wii U? All this and more nestled inside your savory Game Plan!

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Oh, and here’s that silly little video explanation about next-gen simplicity that Luke mentioned in the middle.

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Written by: Luke Frazier

Gaming industry addict. Twitter fiend. Unabashed lover of Kingdom Hearts. Other favorites include The Legend of Zelda, Portal, Bioshock, Journey, and peanut butter & banana sandwiches. Also, oatmeal. Let's be friends. @LukeAFrazier – Steam/PSN: GodAlliz

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