Episode: Nintendo vs Sony - Interview with Vance Wallace | 7


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Nintendo vs Sony - Interview with Vance Wallace | 7

We're wrapping our coverage of the console wars between Nintendo and Sony. David is joined by Vance Wallace, who knows video games from both sides of the controller. In the '90s, Vance was one of the best players in the world for Quake. He's also a game designer who worked on the first Lara Croft Tomb Raider games for Nintendo Wii.

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