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#1 Posted by fleethefactory (175 posts) -

@kazona Did you find a way to edit the feed within Pocket Casts? Since we subscribe to the RSS using "http://username:password@www.giantbomb.com/podcast-xml/premium/", I'm not sure how to get around that.

#2 Posted by fleethefactory (175 posts) -

I'm getting some overall jank myself here, I can't download the latest episode (3/25) through PocketCasts on Android, subscribed to the premium RSS feed (http://www.giantbomb.com/podcast-xml/premium/), but I can download it through the same application on the same device through the regular RSS feed (http://www.giantbomb.com/podcast-xml/giant-bombcast/). I can also stream the episode through the premium RSS feed in PocketCasts, but can't download it. I can download every other episode through this same feed in the same app.

#3 Posted by fleethefactory (175 posts) -

I'm late on this too, but it's the first time I've been able to say it, but thank you for everything Ryan. These tears are real and I miss you.

#4 Posted by fleethefactory (175 posts) -

Patrice is still Patrice, y'all; he doesn't need Ubi to make great games.

#5 Posted by fleethefactory (175 posts) -

@NakAttack: Winning a Civ V game on Immortal!?!?! Bravo.

#6 Posted by fleethefactory (175 posts) -

Signed up for that jam so fast.

#7 Posted by fleethefactory (175 posts) -

@DonChipotle said:

Bruce Kibbutz

This. Also @nintendoeats is right. We lost him too early.

#8 Posted by fleethefactory (175 posts) -

This is all I've taken so far, but this game has me super into taking pictures now so I'm gonna go all out!

#9 Posted by fleethefactory (175 posts) -

Laughing Man's right, but I have read that the crystals are something that you can use for other things even though they have that $ sign.

#10 Edited by fleethefactory (175 posts) -
@Icon said:

first?

as for the story, I don't think this is such a bad idea. if they're confident their game is good enough to hook people, limiting the amount of customers to ensure a smooth roll-out sounds like a good plan. this is also one of the rare instances of EA refusing to take your money at any opportunity.

I don't think this is so bad either. Maybe if publishers did this more often it would help people not purchase things with a certain expectation. $50 is a lot to pay to play a game for 30 days and have it sit on your shelf forever (I'm looking at you DC Universe).