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Finally, the gang is beginning to get back up to date on publishing
new shows (kind of) on time! In what was going to be a normal episode,
Jack, Jeremy, and Daniel throw their meticulously crafted cue cards to
the wind and decide to have an impromptu roast of this ending console
generation's greatest games. They all took so wildly to this idea that
it ended up being two episodes long... So they made two episodes out of
it! Hope you enjoy the ranting!
The music that closes out this episode is from the chiptune
soundrtrack of the NES classic 1943: The Battle of Midway, which was
composed by Kumi Yamaga. You can download the chiptune soundtrack in
full here, but it will take a
bit of finagling to get it to play in a conventional player. If you can
find it elsewhere it is definitely worth listening to in full.
As always, you can listen to the podcast right here on the player below or download it from iTunes or Libsyn. We hope you enjoy!
In the second part of what will surely be known as the Great Game
Roast of 2013, Jeremy and the gang poke fun at Gone Home, Halo, and
Nintendo. Really, though, they mock because they love... most of the
The music which opens part 2 is from the chiptune soundrtrack
of the NES classic 1943: The Battle of Midway, composed by Kumi Yamaga.
You can download the chiptune soundtrack in full here. The closing music is titled 'See Ya Space Cowboy' by Tuberz McGee. It was featured on the OverClocked Remix album Be Aggressive! A Gunstar Heroes Tribute Album.
If you haven't played Gunstar Heroes, you are really missing out. The
hectic, frantic action is perfectly balanced to provide maximum fun and
minimum frustration! Back to the music, you can find this song, along
with tons of other great, free, video game-inspired tracks on OCRemix.org!
Again, you can listen to the part 2 in the player below or download it from iTunes or Libsyn. At the risk of sounding redundant, we hope you enjoy!
This week (and this time we will actually have a few days between
episodes) we are giving away Mars: War Logs to someone who leaves us a
comment or review on either our new iTunes page. Want to win an interesting game? Then get commenting!