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Published April 21, 2010

Chug now and let your voices be heard! This week, the Pack cracks open a bottle of Distortion and talks about recent musings from Roger Ebert. The guys ponder why it matters what the esteemed film critic thinks, and whether or not gamers are presenting themselves in the best light in response. Luckily, Mr. Ebert can’t stop the rest of us from playing games. Justin skulks around in the shadows of Splinter Cell: Conviction, Tom goes to the mayor in Final Fight: Double Impact, Tony’s Eevee factory begins production and Nick gives a shout out to Tilt to Live on the iPhone. Plus, AlphaBounce on the DSi, Rise of the Eldrazi drafting and a podcast-halting shriek.

Relevant Links:

DEWmocracy in Action!

Roger Ebert’s “Video Games Can Never Be Art”

Kellee Santiago’s Followup

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