Throwdown Your Questions Ep. 73

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Welcome to another episode of Throwdown Your Questions. This is the show which is run by you, our loyal followers. We answer any and all Video Game, Pop Culture and Tech related questions on this podcast.

Here are all of the questions we answer this week:

– Would a Dreamcast 2 be able to compete in today’s market?
– How would you feel if your favorite console/pc developer quit to make mobile games?
– What would happen if the Nintendo NX is as big a failure as the Wii U?
– Tony, have your eyes opened up to the world of PC gaming?
– Is Hollywood deciding to make R-rated superhero films a good thing or not?
– If the Nintendo NX has no third party support, should Nintendo just hang it up?
– Do you prefer Baskin Robbins or Dairy Queen?
– Do you think any publishers/developers were inspired by CD Projekt’s DLC approach?
– What do you think of Wolverine 3 being based on Old Man Logan?
– What are your thoughts on the upcoming Sword Art Online VR game?
– What do you make of Vivendi trying to buy Ubisoft?
– Which actor gave the best performance in a film you saw last year?
– Have you ever rage quit during an online game?
– What type of merch would you like to see in the official Kojima Productions store?
– How often do you use your PlayStation Vita?

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