Feb. 3, 2017

PETA protects fictitious animals, Blizz and the ban hammer and Windows Coolness

PETA protects fictitious animals, Blizz and the ban hammer and Windows Coolness

AMD has a launch window for Ryzen and Vega

Today's Episode
Oh PETA. I grant you that you do some good work, this is not it. We are in the real world, so, why are you picking a battle in a fictitious world? PETA when after the world that is in a constant world. The only reason why they would take on this ridiculous crusade is for attention. Stick to the real world PETA. This was a dumb move. Gamers don't like this and will think of your company as a joke. Here more about what I say about this and gaming news down below.

Show's Timeline:
Fallout Shelter coming to Windows 10
CDPR forum database hacked
Star Wars Battlefront sequel getting a campaign
Razor buys Nextbit to make phones?
Peta doesn't understand video games
Banner Saga 3 is fully funded!
Lucio is coming to Heroes of the Storm
Wooting One, is this your next gaming keyboard?
Microsoft wants more gaming and cooler designs from partners
Sniper Ghost Warrior 3 beta now active
Pre-order Sniper Ghost Warrior 3 and get the season pass
Sniper Elite 4 launching with Direct X 12
Blizzard bans over 20 thousand Korean hackers
The Oculus vs. ZeniMax trail
Titanfall 2 getting a new mode
For Honor getting a season pass and competitive mode
Steam is getting investigated by the EU
A new operator for Rainbow Six Siege
AMD Ryzen and Vega get a launch date
Gaming Deals:
Mass Effect Andromeda
For Honor
Titanfall 2
Mirror Edge Catalyst
Call of Duty: Infinite War
Rainbow Six Siege
ARK: Survival Evolved
Deus Ex: Mankind Divided
Deus Ex: Human Revolution Director's Cut
Highlights from the Show:
PETA, how about care about the real animals.

I am in full support of a zero tolerance to cheating.

I wish they would drop the sniper in Sniper Ghost Warrior 3

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