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Trophy Whores 323 – Dont Buy Metal Gear Survive

This week the Trophy Whores disseminate more information surrounding the demise of Dead Space creator, Visceral Games.  Remember when gamers lauded Electronic Arts for publishing Dead Space and Mirror’s Edge?  Yeah, that was a long time ago.  I think we’re back to grumbling about EA’s wicked ways.  Can you believe the nerve of whoever suggesting putting co-op gameplay in Dead Space 3?

Konami have revealed the release date for Metal Gear Survive, which, on Tricky’s scale of a car running over your foot to Stay Puft relocating your Manhattan digs, is a plastic pitchfork up the rear.  He’s not excited — or sure that Survive should be considered a Metal Gear game.  We all have opinions, but Tricky takes a firm stance whenever Hideo Kojima’s stealth-based mega-hit brainchild is on the tip of anyone’s tongue.

Join the Trophy Whores as they discuss, among other things, Metal Gear Survive, Grand Theft Auto V, Spider-Man, Guacamelee! 2, Ghost of Tsushima and The Last of Us 2.

In a bit of big news, iHeartRadio streams episodes of Trophy Whores, which greatly expands the show’s footprint and reach. It’s a tremendous honor for the show to be part of iHeartRadio’s massive and respected community, and Proven Gamer have only the fans to thank for pushing the podcast to this point.  The Trophy Whores work hard to put out a quality weekly show, but they owe so much love to their listeners, who keep the show strong and growing.

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Trophy Whores 322 – Sony Music Switches it Up

The Trophy Whores have a business discussion, and Troy is nowhere to be found.  Someone get him on the phone — NOW!  He would put everyone to shame with his financial acumen!  We need someone who can shed some light, and make sense, of Sony Music jumping into the video game arena.

Sony Music’s game publishing label, Unties, will publish games for the PlayStation 4, as well as the PC and Nintendo Switch.  Sony Music publishing video games, when Sony has a games division, makes about as much sense as a hot dog vendor who doesn’t offer condiments for purchases.  Sony might have a bigger plan at play, but on the surface, logistically, this move doesn’t make sense.

Join the Trophy Whores as they discuss, among other things, Unties, Electronic Arts and Visceral Games.

In a bit of big news, iHeartRadio streams episodes of Trophy Whores, which greatly expands the show’s footprint and reach. It’s a tremendous honor for the show to be part of iHeartRadio’s massive and respected community, and Proven Gamer have only the fans to thank for pushing the podcast to this point.  The Trophy Whores work hard to put out a quality weekly show, but they owe so much love to their listeners, who keep the show strong and growing.

We appreciate your support (and your ears)!

Please subscribe to the Trophy Whores feed in iTunes or RSS and please leave a review. We won’t give you cookies, but it will help us make the show better.

You can find us on Twitter: @TrophyWhores  and @ProvenGamer

You can also email us at TrophyWhores.

If you wish, you can always download the show here – Trophy Whores 322 – Sony Music Switches it Up

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EA Announces Shutdown of Visceral Games

In a post on their website, EA has announced that Visceral Games, the creators of Dead Space, Battlefield Hardline will be shutting down. Additionally, Visceral’s upcoming Star Wars project, which was being created by Uncharted 2 director Amy Hennig will be shifted to EA Vancouver. The, which was originally announced as a single-player, story experience will now shift and target a service model.

The previously announced Star Wars title was set to launch sometime in 2019. Now, the release date for the game is unknown. There is also no word of if Hennig will remain involved in the project going forward.

Click here to read the full post from EA.