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This blog is a weekly look at important topics from the world of pop culture, politics, social issues, and more. Each week, The Mike Casazza Show is packed full of the best in pop culture news, gossip, and headlines. You can also find me on Twitter (@Casazza_TV) and Tumblr (@mikecasazza).

The Mike Casazza Show is an important weekly pop culture news source for the Toronto, Canada-based gaming news site, The Rebel Media. If you have any questions about anything I write, Twitter me @MikeCasazza_TV or send me an email at [email protected]

Our next guest is Mike Casazza, a freelance video game journalist and writer who is the host of the highly popular podcast mikecasazza.com and a news editor at GamePolitics.com. He’s also the author of the new book The Geek’s Guide to Video Games: How to Play Them and the new game release, The Geek’s Guide to Video Games: Heroes of the Battlefield.

Mike has a new website called mikecasazza.com, an e-mail is [email protected], and you can follow him on Twitter @mikecasazza.

Mike is one of the most prominent voices on the gaming scene. He is the host of mikecasazza.com, editor & contributing writer at GamePolitics.com, and the author of The Geeks Guide to Video Games Heroes of the Battlefield and The Geeks Guide to Video Games How to Play Them, both published by Geeks and Gamers.

Mike is an advocate of video games in America, so much so that he’s writing a book on them. He is one of the voices who’s pushing the “video games are the future” movement, and he’s an advocate of console gaming in general.

In short, mike is on the case for the gaming is the new media movement and the new media machine. He is a diehard fan of video games and in particular, the Playstation 3. He is an avid gamer, and a passionate advocate for video games. He blogs at mikecasazza.

If you want to see him in action, check out his video at mikecasazza.com.

A new book from mike casazza is coming out in April 2012. Deathloop tells the story of Colt Vahn, a man who wakes up on the beach with no memory of why he’s there. He wanders around, talking to himself, and using technology to track down the Visionaries, who have locked an island into one day so they can kill each other for eternity.

So, it’s not the first time we’ve seen a “video game” trailer that tells us something we already knew. It’s also not the first time we’ve seen a “video game” trailer that tells us something we already knew but still had trouble believing. It’s just an interesting twist on the ’90s. Also, I have to admit that I love that the trailer is full of stealth and shooting in a time loop! That’s got to be the most badass thing ever.

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