Tuesday, June 25, 2013

BV Talk Live 64! We got the news that won't give you the blues...

Missed the show again? Well don't worry, we will be back tomorrow night at 6PM PST/2AM GMT to give you the latest scoop in War Commander, Battle Pirates, and VEGA Conflict! Join us on http://www.twitch.tv/battlevortex and join the Arbiters of Awesomer for more awesome BV Talk Live!

This week the Captians Nash, Liam, and Upper tell you everything you need to know about BP and Liam tells us all about his 99 Problems build.

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The Rebels Fear, Stryder and Lycan go over proposed rocket and projectile weapon changes, and the impending doom of doing an AB Test this late in the game.

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This week Commanders Rocket and Data go over some proposed changes to the Hellstorm that would make a lot of the players very angry! Fortunately those were reverted later, but still a great program!

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As always, Thanks for watching BV Talk Live!

Tuesday, June 18, 2013

BV Live 63 - All the latest info on WC, BP, & VC!

If you missed the wildly popular show BV Talk Live last Wednesday night at 6PM PST, here's your chance to get caught up on the action! Join us every Wednesday at 6PM PST on http://www.twitch.tv/battlevortex to see the Arbiters of Awesomer LIVE!

Check out Commander Janno and Commander Data for War Commander Talk Live 63!

Captain Nash, Upper and Sneaky Bear cover the 7 seas on Battle Pirates Live 63!

And of course don't forget Rebels Fear and Lycan telling you how to rule the universe in VEGA Conflict Live 63!

Tuesday, June 4, 2013

The Struggle Of Zynga

Competition is always good unless people start losing their jobs. Zynga laid off 520 employees this week, 18% of their global workforce. Completely shutting down it's offices in New York, LA, and Austin.This is due to Zynga's push for mobile, they realized that smaller teams working on projects are much more efficient. They also want to concentrate in less franchises and to replicate the success of their startup competition like say... KIXEYE.