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PixlTalk Episode 29: Miyamoto's on Speed Dial

Stay tuned for a special announcement about PixlBit, as well as your regularly scheduled content from the PixlTalk crew.

This week starts with a special site announcement delivered by Nick and Chessa, but is promptly followed by regular weekly discussion. Given the swirling rumors of the Wii successor, discussion of the upcoming system continued this week. What's now confirmed as Project Cafe is discussed in detail, as is the credibility of the various rumors that are floating around.

Thanks to a Kotaku posting, more rumors are discussed regarding the PS4 and NextBox. Things smoothly shift into talk of the PSN outages and the death of the PSPgo.

Edited by Nick DiMola

Music by Andy McKee


 

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Nick DiMola Director

04/25/2011 at 08:37 AM

This might be of interest to some of you: While PSN is still down, Netflix is actually up and running, contrary to what was stated on the podcast.

Matt R Staff Alumnus

04/25/2011 at 12:08 PM

Are they preggers again??

Edit: tune in to hear this rumor addressed!

Jason Ross Senior Editor

04/25/2011 at 04:52 PM

That was my joke guess, too. >.>

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