Weekend Confirmed 160 - Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon, Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate

By Ozzie Mejia, Apr 12, 2013 11:00am PDT

All aboard the Blood Dragon hype train! This week, Garnett Lee and Jeff Cannata welcome in Shacknews' Ozzie Mejia and The Escapist's Andrea Rene. The crew talks about Kickstarter and why some campaigns wind up more successful than others. There's also some talk about Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate, Gears of War: Judgment, and the Company of Heroes 2 beta. Also, there's talk about Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon and a lot of love for the most recent trailer. After all that love, everyone welcomes in the weekend with a new slew of Finishing Moves.

Weekend Confirmed Ep. 160: 4/12/2013

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Weekend Confirmed comes in four segments to make it easy to listen to in segments or all at once. Here's the timing for this week's episode:

    Show Breakdown:

    Round 1 - 00:00:35 - 00:27:29

    Whatcha' Been Playin Part 1 - 00:28:56 - 00:59:11

    Whatcha Been Playin Part 2 00:59:49 - 01:32:26

    Segment 4/Finishing Moves - 01:33:11 - 02:04:48

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  • I really enjoy the show and the fun and informative commentary on the video game industry. In your recent podcast (ep. 163) there was an interesting discussion regarding the inclusion of streaming services and social media apps in consoles and whether gamers wanted/needed those services in their gaming console. As I gamer, my primary use for my console is gaming, but on occasion I was want to watch a movie or listen to music so I will use my game console for entertainment versus gaming. Do you think the reason that the console manufactures include streaming services is to create a force of habit for gamers (hardcore and casual) to continually turn on their console in order to increase the chance that they will make impulse purchases to download software/movies as well as play games? Keep up the good work.