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Published on June 16th, 2009 | by Deejay Knight, Editor/Founder

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GAMINGtruth’s Truthcast – Episode #6

Oh yea, it’s another week of hotness for you from the GAMINGtruth crew, and we’re bringing you the latest episode of the Truthcast!

This week, even though it’s a downer because there’s not much new stuff being announced due to the recent E3, we brought the heat! Getting into discussion about the “After E3 Effect”, Xbox Live Primetime, and Ghostbusters as well as our Upcoming Hotness and Truthrant segments. Tr3ks also keeps us informed of what’s going down on the Competitive Gaming front – always welcomed!

So what are you waiting for? Have a listen and tell us what you think!

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Deejay has been a gamer since the Atari 2600, has wrestled–and defeated–alligators with only his toes, and once aligned all the planets in the Solar System by uttering the words "Coo Coo Ka-Choo". In his sleep. He currently bides his time behind the scenes here at GAMINGtruth.com, streaming at http://www.twitch.tv/deejayknight and teaching.



  • DjDATZ

    I wouldn't agree with the TruthRant about ODST. The campaign is going to be big, and I like that. When they said that it would be a “discount” title, that was when they weren't thinking of including Firefight mode in it. Granted, the addition of Firefight mode increased the price by $20, which somewhat seems a little steep, but I will say that for $60, you are getting a solid campaign (that will be longer than Halo 3's), an awesome co-operative multiplayer mode, as well as a new set of 3 Halo 3 MP maps on a disc with the complete Halo 3 MP experience. To me, this seems worth $60, even though I already ALL of the Halo 3 DLC so far.

    Not to mention that for only $40 more, you can get a kickass controller along with the game as well.

  • DjDATZ

    I wouldn't agree with the TruthRant about ODST. The campaign is going to be big, and I like that. When they said that it would be a “discount” title, that was when they weren't thinking of including Firefight mode in it. Granted, the addition of Firefight mode increased the price by $20, which somewhat seems a little steep, but I will say that for $60, you are getting a solid campaign (that will be longer than Halo 3's), an awesome co-operative multiplayer mode, as well as a new set of 3 Halo 3 MP maps on a disc with the complete Halo 3 MP experience. To me, this seems worth $60, even though I already ALL of the Halo 3 DLC so far.

    Not to mention that for only $40 more, you can get a kickass controller along with the game as well.

    Edit: and it's not 4 to 3 to 1, it's to 2. Halo 3 came out in 2007, and ODST is due out in 2009.

  • Anonymous

    I wouldn’t agree with the TruthRant about ODST. The campaign is going to be big, and I like that. When they said that it would be a “discount” title, that was when they weren’t thinking of including Firefight mode in it. Granted, the addition of Firefight mode increased the price by $20, which somewhat seems a little steep, but I will say that for $60, you are getting a solid campaign (that will be longer than Halo 3’s), an awesome co-operative multiplayer mode, as well as a new set of 3 Halo 3 MP maps on a disc with the complete Halo 3 MP experience. To me, this seems worth $60, even though I already ALL of the Halo 3 DLC so far.

    Not to mention that for only $40 more, you can get a kickass controller along with the game as well.

    Edit: and it’s not 4 to 3 to 1, it’s to 2. Halo 3 came out in 2007, and ODST is due out in 2009.

  • DjDATZ

    I wouldn't agree with the TruthRant about ODST. The campaign is going to be big, and I like that. When they said that it would be a “discount” title, that was when they weren't thinking of including Firefight mode in it. Granted, the addition of Firefight mode increased the price by $20, which somewhat seems a little steep, but I will say that for $60, you are getting a solid campaign (that will be longer than Halo 3's), an awesome co-operative multiplayer mode, as well as a new set of 3 Halo 3 MP maps on a disc with the complete Halo 3 MP experience. To me, this seems worth $60, even though I already ALL of the Halo 3 DLC so far.

    Not to mention that for only $40 more, you can get a kickass controller along with the game as well.

    Edit: and it's not 4 to 3 to 1, it's to 2. Halo 3 came out in 2007, and ODST is due out in 2009.

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