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The Nerd Much? Podcast – Episode 3: How Many Game Trailers Do We Actually Need?

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A little bit late this week — please forgive us. But here it is: Episode 3 of the Nerd Much? podcast.The Nerd Much Podcast

In this week’s episode, we talk about some of the week’s biggest news, including the big change for E3 2017Overwatch‘s massive balance update, Matt Reeves directing The Batman, and more. In fact, we also get into a bit of zombie culture and discuss how many zombie movies we actually need as well.

Our discussion question for the week is: How Much We Want to Know About Games Before Playing? And, it’s an interesting topic that we’d love to hear from our readers about. With the major influx of every big release having 4,210 trailers released before its launch, we question just how much we actually want to see, what’s considered a video game spoiler, and more.

If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, please hit us up on Twitter. Also, submit your community questions for next week’s podcast.

You can listen below, and as always, you can tune into our official Nerd Much? Podcast page to stay up to date. Tune in next Sunday for an all-new episode.

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Bobby is the Co-Owner of Nerd Much?. He's the former Games Editor and current Shopping Editor at Heavy.com, former Editor in Chief of Den of Geek, and former bylines at HiConsumption, Slickdeals, Gamedeveloper.com, and more! He is also on Opencritic. He has been writing about nerdy stuff on the web for over 10 years. The best way to reach him is on Twitter.

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