Today, we've got details on Microsoft's Xbox 720 and tablet plans, a trailer for the upcoming PayDay: The Heist/Left 4 Dead crossover, and news of a Draw Something TV show?!
Tara's back in the studio, which means it's time for another episode chock full of rampant speculation! Today, we've got details on Microsoft's Xbox 720 and tablet plans, a trailer for the upcoming PayDay: The Heist/Left 4 Dead crossover, and news of a Draw Something TV show?! Also, ultra-violent video games will soon be headed to Australia - guess it's finally time to throw out that censored copy of Necrovision!
Episode 322 of the Destructoid Show:
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Ladies and gentlemen, it finally happened! After years of censorship and outright bans, Australia has finally approved an R18+ age rating for videogames, allowing adults to choose their own entertainment. (Jim Sterling)
I've been looking forward to seeing how the whole Payday: The Heist and Left 4 Dead crossover was going to happen. Today, we're treated to the debut trailer which shows the clown-faced criminals of Payday in Left 4 Dead's No Mercy hospital. (Hamza Aziz)
CBS has teamed up with Zynga to create a television game show pilot based on Draw Something. Believe it or not, CBS beat out Sony Pictures Television and Ryan Seacrest Productions in a bidding war for the rights. (Dale North)