Game Breaking News - 07.01.10

Ebert, Congo, and Kinect.

by 00.19

Series Game Breaking News

Who'd have thought we'd be sending correspondents to the middle of Africa to cover the breaking news that precious minerals used to build our video game consoles are harvested with the help of slave labor and murder? This is the first time something like this has ever happened in history, and we will not sit idly by while the rest of the world acts like this has been going on for the last million years. Completely unrelated, anybody know where I can get some cheap diamonds? That shit's expensive.

Game Breaking News is Gamervision's video game news show. It airs twice a week (on Tuesdays and Thursdays), and features the week's most important headlines, as well as editorials on the state of the gaming union, in addition to hard-hitting interviews. Taking the place of the site's original video game news show, OMGTWWFTW, Game Breaking News pushes gaming journalism to the limit, and doesn't look back. Lead anchor Luke Brown fronts an assault on your brain, and is backed up by Jonathan Cooper's awkward industry analyses, and Dominic Moschitti's high-octane opinion pieces. Your mother may not approve of you watching, but that's okay since we're totally doing her while your dad's at work.

Directed by: Paul Ritchey
Edited by: Paul Ritchey
Effects by: Joe Williams, Nick Murphy, Paul Ritchey
Written by: Luke Brown, Dominic Moschitti
Music courtesy of: Chromelodeon, Municipal Waste, Nikkita Patterson

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