Formally known as EA Redwood Shores, Visceral Games are the developers behind games like Dead Space and Battlefield: Hardline. They’ve been working on an as-yet untitled Star Wars game for some time now, but it has been announced that the team “will be ramping down and closing” as that Star Wars game is taking on a new direction.
EA are working towards “shifting as many of the team as possible to other projects and teams at EA,” but there are no exact numbers on how many people will remain at EA or EA-owned studios. Visceral Games itself has only shared an image of the team as a whole since the announcement, a memorial of the studio before it closes down.
The Star Wars game itself, which was supposedly going to feature an all-new story, was never given a full title, but was being led by Amy Hennig, who was the director and script writer on three Uncharted games. At E3 2016, a brief look at the game was given, although the release date was a somewhat tentative fiscal year 2019.
The reason for the shift in the untitled Star Wars project’s focus is that EA feel it has “become clear that to deliver an experience that players will want to come back to and enjoy for a long time to come, we needed to pivot the design.”
“We will maintain the stunning visuals, authenticity in the Star Wars universe, and focus on bringing a Star Wars story to life. Importantly, we are shifting the game to be a broader experience that allows for more variety and player agency, leaning into the capabilities of our Frostbite engine and reimagining central elements of the game to give players a Star Wars adventure of greater depth and breadth to explore.”
The project is now being developed by a team across EA Worldwide Studios, with EA Vancouver leading the project. It’s unclear whether Hennig will remain as a part of the project.
The previous aim of fiscal year 2019 is no longer the estimated release date for this game, and instead, a new timeframe will be announced in the future.
This week, indie developers will be hanging out in Vancouver, Fire Emblem fans get to play on the Switch, and South Park returns to consoles.
Indie video game developers gathering in Vancouver to ‘inform, educate, and motivate’
Independent developers are coming together this Saturday (October 21) to share the creativity and excitement they get from making video games.
The Full Indie Summit is being held at the Vancouver Playhouse, with doors opening at 8:30 a.m.
The annual event includes a number of locals talking about their experiences making games, and it will feature overview discussions as well as topical deep dives.
Among the presentations:
- Jesse Ringrose will review the challenges in making Splitter Critters, a puzzle game with a unique mechanic.
- Cloudhead’s Joel Green will talk about his studio’s work in virtual reality.
- Matthew Marteinsson from Klei talking about the importance of failure in making games.
- Super Meat Boy creator Tommy Refenes explains the close connection between level design and control mechanics.
Kelly Wallick closes the day’s talks with stories about independent game developers around the world. The founder of the Indie MEGABooth showcase and the chair of the Independent Games Festival has unprecedented experience in the community development that is central to indie scenes.
The summit ends with attendees hanging out in the lobby of the Playhouse to mingle and play demos of games currently in development.
The event is produced by Vancouver’s Full Indie, a volunteer collective of developers.
Tickets are $35.
New Fire Emblem game arrives on Nintendo’s Switch and handheld systems
The Warriors games are unique in that they cast characters from other games into massive, epic-scale battles, with you controlling the flow.
With Fire Emblem Warriors, the royal twins Lianna and Rowan and their guide, Darios, are the main characters. Set in the kingdom of Aytolis, the game will have you fighting against King Ozosid of Gristonne, who wants to awaken an evil dragon.
The game supports the use Nintendo’s Amiibo toys, including two—the characters of Chrom and TIki—that are releasing with the game.
Available for the 2DS and 3DS handhelds and the Switch, Fire Emblem Warriors is available on Friday.
Cartman and the gang turn into superheroes in new South Park video game
Releasing this week on PS4, Windows, and Xbox One is the second video game from Trey Parker and Matt Stone and set in South Park.
The Fractured But Whole is a satire of superhero tropes—Marvel’s Civil War, in particular—that features a new combat system that incorporates some tactical elements. It also includes the humour that is typical of the franchise. Fart jokes abound.
The title of the game came about because Ubisoft told the creative duo they couldn’t use The Butthole of Time, reasoning that some retailers wouldn’t stock the game.
Parker said he came up with the current subtitle as a way to get “butthole” into the title.
Games released or releasing
- Gran Turismo Sport, for the PS4, brings car-racing into your living room with a fun arcade mode and the competitive online “sport” mode
- Life is Strange: Before the Storm, Episode 2 for PS4, Windows, and Xbox One
- WWE 2K18 for PS4, Windows, and Xbox One
(Image source: YouTube screenshot)
A nurse’s aide at a top VA hospital played video games instead of checking on a patient hourly one night last year — and that patient died, the Boston Globe reported.
- Bill Nutter, 68, had just lost his second leg to diabetes and suffered from arrhythmia, which could stop his heart without warning, the paper said.
- The Vietnam veteran’s family found a place for him at Bedford (Massachusetts) VA Medical Center, the Globe said, adding that the Veterans Administration ranked it as one of its best hospitals — a five-star rating.
- After Nutter was found dead the morning of July 3, 2016, the paper said a doctor told his widow that a night-shift staffer failed to check on him hourly according to doctors’ instructions.
- The aide, Patricia Waible, later admitted she was playing video games and didn’t check on Nutter at all — but the confession happened only after an investigator told her video cameras showed she never left her computer the entire shift, the Globe reported, citing an individual with firsthand knowledge.
- The nurse who discovered Nutter dead used a slit-throat gesture while telling her boss about it, the paper added, citing the hospital’s internal report. The nurse was on a probationary period and was later fired, the Globe reported.
— The Boston Globe (@BostonGlobe) October 17, 2017
What happened next?
- The Globe said after it contacted Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin’s office about the story Sept. 22, the VA suspended Waible with pay from her cafeteria job she’d been transferred to after Nutter’s death and plans to seek her permanent removal.
- The VA inspector general has launched a criminal investigation in conjunction with the U.S. attorney’s office and the FBI to identify systemic failures that may have led to Nutter’s death, the paper added.
- Waible didn’t return multiple text messages and phone calls from the Globe, the paper said.
What are others saying about the hospital?
- Whistle-blowers and families of veterans have claimed that relatively healthy patients deteriorate within months after being admitted to the Bedford VA, the paper said.
- Others said veterans in long-term care sometimes go without food for many hours or are left in soiled clothes or bed linens, the Globe added.
- Buildings are laced with asbestos, the paper noted, citing a Bedford electrician.
What is the Nutter family saying?
- “I hold the VA responsible for all of this. They’re responsible for their employees,” Nutter’s daughter, Bridgette Darton, told the Globe. “How many other people did this lady cause issues with?”
- Nutter’s widow, Carol Nutter, said she was never told she could file a tort claim, although the report indicates she was given that information, the paper added.
- Nutter’s family has consulted a lawyer and is considering legal action against the VA, the Globe said.
- “My dad might not have lived another five months, who knows? But if we could have had another month with him — this lady took that away,” Darton told the paper.
You can read the entire Globe article here.
A legless veteran died in his hospital bed last year after a nurse, who was assigned to check on him hourly, instead spent her shift playing video games.
Vietnam veteran and retired police detective Bill Nutter was being cared for at the Bedford VA Medical Center, one of the Veterans Administration’s top ranked hospitals, when his daughter, Brigitte Darton, went on a long-planned family vacation in July 2016.
The following day, she received a call from her mother saying, “Your father passed away,” Carol Nutter told the Boston Globe.
“He didn’t wake up.”
A doctor told Carol Nutter that an overnight staff member had failed to check on her father hourly.
The aide, Patricia Waible, later admitted to playing video games on her computer and never checking on Nutter, the Boston Globe reported.
A nurse reportedly announced Nutter’s death to hospital staff with a gesture signifying a slit throat.
The incident has led the VA inspector general to launch a criminal investigation into systemic failings at the hospital.
Waible was suspended with pay from her job in the cafeteria where she had been transferred after Nutter’s death on Sept. 22, after the Globe inquired about the case.
Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin plans to seek her permanent removal, the Globe reported.
“I hold the VA responsible for all of this. They’re responsible for their employees,” Darton told the Globe. “How many other people did this lady cause issues with?”
Last month, several employees as well as families of veterans claimed that they saw relatively healthy patients deteriorate within months after being admitted to the facility.
Others reported that veterans in the long-term care buildings on campus were neglected. They went for many hours without food, or were left in soiled clothes or bed linens, according to the Globe.
A spokesperson for Shulkin said he is taking the allegations seriously.
“Secretary Shulkin has made clear that VA will hold employees accountable when the facts demonstrate that they have failed to live up to the high standards taxpayers expect from us,” Curtis Cashour said in September.
Senator Elizabeth Warren tweeted the story Tuesday saying, “This is a disgrace. Our veterans deserve better. I’ll be demanding answers and accountability from @DeptVetAffairs.”
In Vietnam, Nutter was exposed to Agent Orange, a highly toxic herbicide used to strip foliage from trees and expose the enemy.
Twenty years later his health deteriorated as a result of the exposure.
He developed diabetes, severe respiratory problems and suffered from kidney damage, which forced the amputation of both of his legs.
Nutter entered the hospital a vulnerable patient, who could, at any given moment, enter into cardiac arrest due to an arrhythmia.
He was immobile and didn’t have the ability to call for assistance on his own, so his doctors decided that someone should check on him every hour — at least.
When a nurse checked on him at the beginning of her shift on July 3, 2016, she found him unresponsive in his bed.
She indicated that he had died by sliding her fingers across her throat, according to internal hospital reports, the Globe reported.
“Mr. N9041 is gone,” the nurse said, the Globe reported.
The hospital phoned Carol Nutter to say her husband went into cardiac arrest, and that nurses and doctors couldn’t do anything about it, Carol Nutter told the Globe.
A doctor later explained that “they weren’t doing their job, and if they had done what I told them to, he could have possibly been alive because I told them to check on him once or twice an hour,” Nutter quoted the doctor as saying.
Waible was immediately reassigned following the incident.
At first, she denied any wrongdoing. But she later admitted to being at her computer for the entirety of her shift, after hospital cameras showed her at her computer.
The Nutter family is considering suing the VA.
“My dad might not have lived another five months, who knows? But if we could have had another month with him — this lady took that away,” Nutter’s daughter said.
Paul Holland and Matthew Miller founded Glaxis Capital Management in 2005. Glaxis if based in Sarasota, Florida and has $98.52 million in assets under management and $106.11 million in regulatory assets under management (which include gross assets, capital commitments and certain proprietary accounts). The fund employs two strategies to manage its clients money: global macroeconomic and long-biased absolute return. Glaxis’ strategies use a macroeconomic top-down analysis and microeconomic bottom-up analysis to identify profitable investment opportunities.
In its latest 13F filing, Glaxis Capital disclosed an equity portfolio worth $65.65 million, held as of the end of September. During the third quarter, the fund added 15 new positions and closed its stake in 13 companies. The portfolio also showed that Glaxis Capital has a lot of exposure to technology stocks, which amass over 70% of the 13F portfolio value.
Glaxis’ tech investments seem to be paying off well. We estimate a fund returns by taking into account its long positions in companies worth over $1.0 billion as reported in 13F filings and calculated their weighted average returns. According to our calculations, Glaxis’ stock picks returned 5.7% during the second quarter and were 14.60% in the green in the first six months of 2017. In this way, Glaxis outperformed the S&P 500 by around 6.40 percentage points..
The fund’s latest 13F filing also showed that Glaxis’ also raised its position in two video game companies: Electronic Arts Inc. (NASDAQ:EA) and Activision Blizzard, Inc. (NASDAQ:ATVI). Both companies have some very promising titles expected this year and the whole industry is growing at a fast pace. According to the Entertainment Software Association, 67% of households own a device that is used to play videogames and consumers spent $30.4 billion on games last year. The developments in VR space will define the video game space in the next year as VR headsets become better and more affordable. However, big video game companies aren’t interested in VR for now and expect to get in the space in a couple of years, until hardware manufacturers improve the technology.
With this in mind, let’s take a closer look at five tech and video game stocks that Glaxis Capital Management is bullish on.
In Take Two Interactive Software Inc (NASDAQ:TTWO), Glaxis Capital had cut its position by 16% during the third quarter and disclosed a $1.02 million holding that contains 10,000 shares. Take Two Interactive Software Inc (NASDAQ:TTWO)’s stock has surged by over 145% in the last year as it was helped by some successful releases, such as the Grand Theft Auto V that is one of the best-selling video games of all time.
Next year, Take Two Interactive Software Inc (NASDAQ:TTWO) is expected to release Red Dead Redemption 2, the sequel to a popular Western action game released in 2010. The game is highly hyped in the gaming community. Recently, the company has also released NBA 2K18, which is expected to become a very popular e-sports title, given the popularity of the previous 2K17, which is Take Two’s most popular e-sports game ever, with 8.5 million copies sold by August.
On the next page, we are going to take a closer look at four other tech stocks that Glaxis Capital is bullish on and in which it boosted its holdings during the third quarter.
The homegrown video games at last Thursday night’s local Indie Arcade night at Robinia Courtyard were, in a word, quirky.
A game where wizards try to banish a flirtatious ghost that’s infatuated with them. A game where a family fights over food at the dinner table — or in literal terms, hover their hands over a keyboard to try and mash the right keys before other players do. A game that brings to life a sprawling open city, but where all the characters are cats and you fly helicopters instead of driving cars.
“It’s like ‘Grand Theft Auto,’ with a focus on helicopters and non-violent gameplay,” explained developer Aaron San Filippo of the game “Cat-copter” (a working title for the unfinished project).
But the colorful, whimsical and inventive games that dozens of onlookers at Robinia queued up to try out last week came from humbler origins. They were from indie developers, like San Filippo — entrepreneurs who decided to take a gamble on a passion project.
San Filippo previously worked at Raven, but felt like the magic of game development was lost in the “slow, painful process” of working on a giant product like “Call of Duty.”
So in 2012 San Filippo launched his studio, Flippfly, with his brother Forest.
“You see a lot of people (in the games industry) who get laid off at one company, then move to California…and then a year later from that, they get laid off again after crunching 60 to 70 hours a week,” said San Filippo. “If I’m going to crunch 60 hours a week, i’m going to do it by myself.”
San Filippo’s team is currently hard at work on Cat-copter. San Flippfly said that they still have lots of work to do on the project, which is only a few months old. One goal is changing the city so that it’s modeled after Madison.
The studio is funding the project with the money they made off of an earlier release, “Race the Sun,” a minimalist game where players zoom across alien landscapes in a spaceship, dodging obstacles and trying to hit speed boosts to keep up with the setting sun. The indie game was a sleeper hit. One visitor to the event, Josh Poulin, said he played it casually before, not realizing that they were a local company.
“Knowing that they came from Madison is really awesome,” he said. “I had no idea.”
Justin Terry is the maker of the of Take-Out Takeout, the family-table food-fighting game. He developed the game specifically for the event with his business partner, James Palermo. The two comprise the local studio, Hot Mess Games — “it accurately describes our development process,” Terry explained.
Terry was also the Indie Arcade’s organizer. He said he was inspired to do the event based on the popularity of Bit Bash, an annual Chicago games festival that celebrates alternative gaming. The goal, he said, is to celebrate the creations of local developers, while showing newcomers that the barriers to creating your own games is low.
Terry said Madison is a rich gaming community, and one that’s inclined to be engaged with indie gaming.
“The culture in Madison tends to have a lot of interest in local homegrown things. When you have a quirky event like this, you can expect a certain subset of the Madison culture to be interested,” he said.
Terry added that he hopes to organize more events that fold in not just indie developers, but some of the larger studios as well. He said that connecting small-timers with industry professionals is integral for the gaming community.
“Getting the newbies up to a level where they can contribute is only possible when you have veterans to pass that information down,” he said.
Moviegoing etiquette dictates that any cellphone use in a theater is bad form, but the film Late Shift challenges that dynamic. Viewers aren’t just encouraged to use their phones, they’re almost required to if they want to see the story progress.
Late Shift, which has been making the rounds in select screenings since 2016, is an interactive film. The movie follows Matt (Joe Sowerbutts), a student coerced into joining an auction-house heist in London. Unlike a regular theatergoing experience, Late Shift progresses according to audience participation. It uses an app to guide viewers through the experience. Options to pursue a specific conversation or action pop up throughout, prompting viewers to pick up their phones and vote. The whole thing is timed; if audiences are too slow, or if no one votes, the film continues on a set storyline, aka the film’s “director’s cut.” Although much of the film is about Matt becoming more and more entangled in the scheme, Late Shift includes seven different endings, and more than 100 choices that can lead to any one of them.
For most moviegoers, Late Shift is an unusual experience. Interactive movies have been tried in a variety of forms, but they’ve never taken off in a significant way. But for anyone who’s ever played a video game, the model should seem much more familiar. Late Shift Producer Chady Eli Mattar calls it the gamification of films — a phrase some people scoff at. “Sometimes people hear ‘the gamification of films’ and they react, ‘Eh come on,’” he says, “because film always feels it’s superior, in terms of entertainment.”
Mattar has trouble drawing a line between the two media. Games that use video in place of animated graphics, otherwise known as FMV games, have been around since the early 1980s, and have enjoyed a brief resurgence in recent years with games like Her Story. Mattar himself points to studios like Telltale Games, which are working on narrative-driven experiences he calls advanced and engaging. “And then you look at something like [Late Shift] — it’s an incredible game,” he says. “I like to say you’re playing this because there is a gamification to it. I don’t know if that’s bad or good, but I think it’s exciting, and why not?”
It may be easy to confuse Late Shift with an FMV game, but Mattar insists on its status as a film, one that’s perfect for enjoying in a theater setting. It’s typical action fanfare — heists, shootouts, makeout scenes — built on top of multiple endings. Its sharp-tongued hero may get the girl, or not, depending on what audiences do; he might save the day, or wind up dead. It doesn’t have a very original story to tell, but the fun is the social experience.
During my screening, tense scenes dissolved amid audience laughter as everyone voted for the most troll-ish options available. Instead of letting Matt flawlessly romance the female lead, the audience voted for him to be kind of a dick. It’s a simple way to keep the entire audience engaged, regardless of their age or experience. “Everybody has a cellphone,” Mattar says. “What can we do with a cellphone that lets you play with the story?”
Mattar doesn’t believe interactive films are about to take over the industry, but he believes there’s a lot of potential in the format. And people who don’t want to make tough choices can just follow along on their own by downloading the film, or rewatching specific scenes to see how things could have gone differently. “I think that the beauty of this, and the beauty of any technology, is that you make a choice of what you want to do with it,” he says. “If this is going to help people keep being creative, make films, keep more directors and writers creative and energized, feeling their movies are still a communal experience, their movies are still being consumed collectively, that’s nice. Why not?”
We’re firmly in release season now, which means we’re hitting yet another week of major releases. South Park is finally back with another game, after it was delayed over and over again, Gran Turismo is finally on PS4, a classic RTS is back, the next episode in the Life is Strange prequel is coming. There’s a whole damn lot.
Gran Turismo Sport – October 17, PS4
October 17 is going to be a very busy day, and the first release to watch out for is GT Sport. After years in the making, a Gran Turismo game is finally bringing its realistic racing to PS4, after the last release in 2013 for the PS3. After a pretty successful demo just last week, plus an announcement of Lewis Hamilton’s involvement in the series, it’s going to be a strong contender against the other racing games that have released this year, Project Cars 2 and Forza Motorsport 7.
South Park: The Fractured But Whole – October 17, PS4/Xbox One/PC
After delays upon delays upon delays, South Park: The Fractured But Whole, the sequel to South Park: The Stick of Truth, is coming out. From the South Park creators, Matt Stone and Trey Parker, South Park: The Fractured But Whole is an RPG that parodies the superhero films of late, primarily the Marvel cinematic universe. Teaming up with Cartman, you’ll take on a superhero persona to defeat Mysterion (Kenny) in a very Captain America: Civil War-esque plot.
WWE 2K18 – October 17, PS4/Xbox One/PC
It’s the latest WWE game, for more people throwing chairs and generally beating the living daylights out of each other. Seth Rollins is the cover star this time, and there’s a roster of 220 wrestlers and managers, with the ability to create your own wrestler also being available (although some are DLC or pre-order bonuses). There’s apparently a wrestler called Brutus Beefcake, who is a real human being, too. This is the first time WWE 2K18 is coming to PC on the same day as consoles, with a Nintendo Switch version also coming in the near future, but the exact date hasn’t been announced.
Life is Strange: Before the Storm | Episode 2 – October 19, PS4/Xbox One/PC
The prequel to Life is Strange, telling the backstory of Chloe Price rather than the original game’s Max Caulfield, had its first episode released at the end of August this year. Episode 2 is coming out very soon, and looks to explore the history between Chloe and Frank Bowers, who you might recognise from the original Life is Strange. It’s a three-episode series, so shorter than most episodic games, but there’s no confirmed release date on the final episode. Given the timeframe for the first episode’s release and this one, we can probably expect the final episode, Episode 3, to release in early 2018.
Fire Emblem Warriors – October 20, Nintendo Switch/New 3DS/New 2DS
Similarly to how Hyrule Warriors took the characters from The Legend of Zelda and put them in a Dynasty Warriors-style game, Fire Emblem Warriors featured characters from the Fire Emblem series, fighting off baddies in hack-and-slash action. Hyrule Warriors was a fun if repetitive game that introduced a lot of people to the Dynasty Warriors style of combat, and Fire Emblem Warriors will almost certainly do the same.
Other major releases this week:
- ELEX – October 17, PC/PS4/ Xbox One
- Megaton Rainfall – October 17, PS4/PSVR
- Rogue Trooper Redux – October 17, PC/PS4/Xbox One/Nintendo Switch
- Spelunker Party! – October 19, Nintendo Switch
- Syberia – October 20, Nintendo Switch
FOX HD**Green Bay Packers vs Minnesota Vikings Live Stream Online Football Games Online Video Channel
Welcome to Watch Live Stream Online TV. Green FOX HD**Green Bay Packers vs Minnesota Vikings Live Stream Online Football Games Online Video ChannelFOX HD**Green Bay Packers vs Minnesota Vikings Live Stream Online Football Games Online Video ChannelFOX HD**Green Bay Packers vs Minnesota Vikings Live Stream Online Football Games Online Video ChannelFOX HD**Green Bay Packers vs Minnesota Vikings Live Stream Online Football Games Online Video ChannelFOX HD**Green Bay Packers vs Minnesota Vikings Live Stream Online Football Games Online Video ChannelBay Packers vs Minnesota Vikings Live Streaming NFL WEEK 6 2017-17 Watch Online HD TV Coverage. You are heartily welcome to watch Green Bay Packers vs Minnesota Vikings Live Stream NFL WEEK 6 2015 Online
Green Bay Packers vs Minnesota Vikings
Status: Live & Recaps
Green Bay Packers vs Minnesota Vikings Live on TV channel, ESP3, BTN , ESP U, VEERS, FEN, TM-TN, ABC, NBC,CBS, FCS, ESP2, Channel 9 with HDQ Video and Crystal clear 3D Sound. Don’t waste your time in searching for free links elsewhere. You can listen live commentary of this game on internet radio and live score will be available at yahoo sports. Get the best online sports coverage on the net directly on Premium & HD streaming for PC, Mac, Android, IOS, iPad, iPhone.
Green Bay Packers vs Minnesota Vikings is a exciting event of all over the world, specially USA. I hope everyone is waiting for a long time of the vast NFL football event. Watch national football league NFL starting point to all match live NFL News, NFL Videos,NFL Players information, NFL LIVE commentary, NFL stats, NFL highlights and NFL Results and many more live stream.You Can easily Watch NFL Football Game live Stream online 2015 HD Coverage Windows, PC, Laptop, iPhone, Macintosh, Mac OSX, Android, Linux, i Pad, Any Device and any where in the World With No Hassle.
Green Bay Packers vs Minnesota Vikings, Green Bay Packers vs Minnesota Vikings NFL, Green Bay Packers vs Minnesota Vikings Football, Green Bay Packers vs Minnesota Vikings Live, Green Bay Packers vs Minnesota Vikings Live Stream, Green Bay Packers vs Minnesota Vikings Live Streaming, Watch Green Bay Packers vs Minnesota Vikings Live, Green Bay Packers vs Minnesota Vikings en vivo online, Green Bay Packers vs Minnesota Vikings live in espn, Green Bay Packers vs Minnesota Vikings live justin, Green Bay Packers vs Minnesota Vikings live on, Green Bay Packers vs Minnesota Vikings online live Android, Green Bay Packers vs Minnesota Vikings tv listen live, watch Green Bay Packers vs Minnesota Vikings game, watch Green Bay Packers vs Minnesota Vikings online, Watch, Live, Stream, Online, TV, ESPN, Fox, CBS, NBC, ABC, Channel 9, NFL TV, Watch NFL Live Stream Online TV
ABC, CBS, Channel 9, ESPN, Fox, Live, NBC, NFL TV, Online, Green Bay Packers vs Minnesota Vikings, Green Bay Packers vs Minnesota Vikings en vivo online, Green Bay Packers vs Minnesota Vikings Football, Green Bay Packers vs Minnesota Vikings Live, Green Bay Packers vs Minnesota Vikings live in espn, Green Bay Packers vs Minnesota Vikings live justin, Green Bay Packers vs Minnesota Vikings live on, Green Bay Packers vs Minnesota Vikings Live Stream, Green Bay Packers vs Minnesota Vikings Live Streaming, Green Bay Packers vs Minnesota Vikings NFL, Green Bay Packers vs Minnesota Vikings online live Android, Green Bay Packers vs Minnesota Vikings tv listen live, Stream, TV, Watch, Watch NFL Live Stream Online TV, watch Green Bay Packers vs Minnesota Vikings game, Watch Green Bay Packers vs Minnesota Vikings Live, watch Green Bay Packers vs Minnesota Vikings online