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Jeremy, the master of Dark Soul-ing and Jack, a young padawan, teach
noob Daniel all about the wonders of Dark Souls and its newly released
Before diving into episode 36, a little update on behind the scenes work. While blogs announcing our latest podcasts haven't been as timely as we at JIM Show Inc. would have liked, we have actually been hard at work recording new episodes. In fact, we have an three blog-less episodes that are currently available for your listening pleasure via iTunes, various apps, or directly from our hosting site, Libsyn. Normally, when a situation like this occurs, we'd lump all three podcasts into one blog and call it a day. However, we have come to a conundrum of sorts. Namely, two of those three episodes feature special guests and one of them is, in fact, the 100th episode of the JIM Show. In an effort to fully pay tribute to the fact that we have crossed into triple digits and pay respect to our delightful guests, we'll be posting blogs for each episode throughout the week with giveaways and perhaps some other surprises. So, strap yourselves in for a very JIM Show-themed week!
To kick off JIMS Week, we have our Dark Souls 2 podcast where we discuss the ins and outs of the latest action-adventure RPG from From Software.
Music this week is the very cool Super Mario RPG remix, 'Booster Tarantino' by the talented work of longtime remixer djpretzel. More great music like this can be found over on OCRemix.org (FOR FREE). Head over there and check out a place flowing with musical talent!
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! (Maybe even subscribe?)
Over the next few days one lucky commenter on either our iTunes page or our Game Informer blog will have a shot at winning FTL: Advanced Edition on Steam. Get commenting! Also,
for you slowpokes out there, If you haven't claimed your game (i.e.
added it to your Steam library) within a month or two, it will be given
to someone else.