Drinky Talky Thingy Podcast #119: 4GB Limit my Arse

Why the hell does anything still use the FAT32 filing system anymore?
Why the hell does anything still use the FAT32 filing system anymore?

Apologies to anyone who only listens to the audio version of this podcast, the title of this podcast will not matter to you.

However for the few YouTube viewers and me, Fuck Canon and Fuck the FAT32 file system.

As a result of limitations of that filesystem that I did not know my camera was using only 17 minutes of the podcast has video footage.

But the tech is not why you guys are here is it, its gaming news you are after and we have a pile of stuff. From the X-Box One to the PS4, some Square Enix stuff and even a mention of Zynga, we covered the whole gamut of gaming news and even found time to talk about Ping Pong Shows and American Murder Laws.

Anyway all that and much more in this episode of the Drinky Talky Thingy.


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If you want links to any of the stories we covered in the show this week, links can be found after the jump.

This Weeks Stuff

Microsoft spending $1 billion on Xbox One games – Destructoid

MMOs don’t work in the US, Take-Two CEO says – Destructoid

The legendary Atari E.T. landfill is getting excavated – Destructoid

Oculus Rift co-founder struck and killed by speeding car – Destructoid

Xbox One development began in late 2010 – GameSpot.com

Microsoft ’rounding up answers’ on Xbox One’s DRM stance – GameSpot.com

Rhode Island House panel launching inquiry into 38 Studios – GameSpot.com

Tetris creator launches new game – GameSpot.com

Bad Company series isn’t ‘in active development’ – Destructoid

World of Warcraft film set to shoot in 2014 | Massively

Dev needs to go through Greenlight even with a publisher – Destructoid

Pachter predicts $349 PlayStation 4, $399 Xbox One – Destructoid

Pachter: Wii U may be stuck with only first-party games – Destructoid

Wii U Basic stock being ‘rebalanced,’ not discontinued – GameSpot.com

DuckTales Remastered confirmed for PC – GameSpot.com

Zynga shutting down Draw Something developer OMGPOP – Destructoid

Zynga’s “Walking Dead” Must Train Their Replacements or Lose Severance

Deus Ex: The Fall is a mobile title – Destructoid

Blizzard introduces ‘Spawning’ feature to StarCraft II – Destructoid

Diablo III coming to Xbox 360 right along with the PS3 and PS4 | Massively

Podcast Extras

New Elder Scrolls Online video shows off gameplay | Massively

Weegee’s my homeboy! More New Super Luigi U footage – Destructoid

Marvel Heroes’ Chronicles of Doom reaches its epic conclusion | Massively

Watch Dogs’ mocap aims to capture the little details – Destructoid

Scorpion confirmed for Injustice: Gods Among Us – Destructoid

Metro Last Light Mobius trailer features stunning visuals | IncGamers.com

Door Kickers Quietly Posts A Demo To Your Letterbox | Rock, Paper, Shotgun

Metro Last Light Mobius trailer features stunning visuals | IncGamers.com

Quackaroonie! Two new DuckTales Remastered videos – Destructoid

LEGO Marvel Super Heroes is a ton of fun – Destructoid

Songs used in this episode

Title music Drunken Sailor by Doctor Octoroc used with permission. Check out more of his music over at http://www.doctoroctoroc.com/– Do it now!

Gentle Rage by LJCoffee

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