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So I was having lunch with O.G., head editor of Original-Gamer.com and we started talking about this upcoming MMORPG. I went on a long rant about why I wasn't looking forward to it and O.G convinced me to turn this into a video.

So here we go: why SW: TOR won't kill WoW!

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In this vblog Carey Martell ( The RPG Fanatic ) talks about the recent announcement that Diablo 3 will require the player to have internet access in order to play even in solo mode and that the game will support players to sell in-game items for real life currency. A lot of people have expressed outrage over these revelations and he shares his opinion.


Diablo III Auction House Overview

No real life currency auction houses on hardcore mode

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I attended San Japan again this year and scored two great interviews to add to my "Investigating Anime" series!

The first is with Arin "Egoraptor" Hanson, a famous flash animator who is also a fellow Youtube Partner.

The second is with Shinichi Watanabe, more popularly known by his pen-name "Nabeshin". Nabeshin is the director of such great anime as Excel Saga, The Wallflower and Nerima Daikon Brothers. I'm actually a big fan of his work, so it was a huge honor for me to be able to interview him.

Unfortunately I had limited file space on my cameras for conducting interviews this time around (my cursed laptop broke!) so I didn't interview all the guests, but there is always next year!