Weekend Confirmed 145 - Holiday Special Part 2 - 2013 predictions

By Jeff Mattas, Dec 28, 2012 11:00am PST

Thankfully, the Mayans were wrong, so Weekend Confirmed is back for Part 2 of the special holiday/year-end celebration, with some predictions about hardware and software for 2013. Garnett Lee is joined by Jeff Cannata, Jeff Mattas, Andrew Yoon, Andrea Rene, Jason Paul, Christian Spicer, Mike Schramm, and James Stevenson. Some more talk about 2012 favorites occurs, as the crew bids the year a fond farewell. One behalf of the entire cast, we thank you for listening and hope you all have a safe and happy New Year!

Weekend Confirmed Ep. 145: 12/28/2012

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    Show Breakdown:

    Round 1 - 00:00:31 - 00:34:12

    Whatcha' Been Playin Part 1 - 00:34:58 - 01:05:10

    Whatcha Been Playin Part 2 01:05:58 - 01:35:24

    Listener Feedback/Front Page News - 01:36:11 - 02:17:34

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  • Did Jeff play the original Crysis? I definitely agree with his opinions on Crysis 2 -- I thought it was one of the best shooters of that year as well due to its more open-ended arena design style as opposed to all the scripted corridors. The thing is though, the first Crysis did the same thing but far better.

    The "arenas" in the first game were massive -- probably bigger than anything else on consoles right now unless you count open-world games. Crysis has probably the largest set-piece levels to ever grace a linear first person shooter. Crysis 2 was a downgrade from that, and I think the problem with Crysis 3 is that we feel it's going to be a continuation of 2 rather than 1.