Nuts and Bolts Episode 23 – Stone Cold Sober
Aug28

Nuts and Bolts Episode 23 – Stone Cold Sober

This week Dustin is off getting drunk on Math, so Alex Santa Maria joins us to talk about the vidja gamz. We also discuss the end of Edgar Wright’s Cornetto Trilogy, The World’s End. Hosts David Rhinehart – @zanthis Jake Petersen – @JakePPetersen Alex Santa Maria –...

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Nintendo Announces the 2DS, Coming This October
Aug28

Nintendo Announces the 2DS, Coming This October

Along with announcing a much needed price drop for their ailing Wii U console, Nintendo this morning has announced the 2DS, a cheaper version of the 3DS hardware aimed at younger audiences that cannot enjoy the 3DS’s 3D features. The system will launch on October 12th, alongside the much anticipated Pokemon X and Y, and will retail for $130. Count this one in the same category as the Game Boy Micro for historic Nintendo...

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Weekly Bundle Roundup August 28, 2013
Aug28

Weekly Bundle Roundup August 28, 2013

This week on the Weekly Bundle Roundup, Steam gives the green light to a huge pile of titles, Groupees is in love with you for the ninth time, and Humble Bundle takes it’s Origin money and laughs all the way to the bank. Let’s begin! For $1: The Whispered World (Steam) Mini Motor Racing EVO (Steam) Splatter (Desura, Greenlight) Depths of Peril (Steam) The 39 Steps (Steam) Particulars (Desura, Greenlight) 2 Albums For $5:...

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Saints Row IV Review
Aug28

Saints Row IV Review

The Saints Row series is perhaps one of the greatest modern examples of “don’t judge a book by its cover” in video gaming history. The first game was widely written off as a GTA knock-off, and to be fair it mostly was. However, there were hints at greatness even then, from lightning you could summon with your cell phone to a voodoo priest that could revive dead allies as zombies. Having been there since the very...

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