Betty Grable did it first!


Do you think Jeff Kaplan owed us an apology for Tracer’s Overwatch pose? Betty Grable did it first!

Half of our No Prisoners, No Mercy team feels that Jeff Kaplan was wrong but maybe not for the reasons you think.  Join us on the next edition of the No Prisoners, No Mercy Show available here and on Itunes.  The subjects for this time out are as follows – see you online.

The No Prisoners, No Mercy Team



  1. Shovelware
  2. Blizzard’s Butt Apology/apologizing for artwork
  3. A not so family friendly event at Nintendo
  4. NC Soft layoffs/Wildstar
  5. World of Tanks/Girls und Panzer
  6. How not to market a videogame
  7. Daybreak Game Company

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1984 All Over Again

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