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robotinthecorner.com Episode 2-5 is available now. With season 2 coming this Sunday (October 16), Wes shares his impressions of The Walking Dead's 1st season, which is now on Netflix Instant. After playing all of the game modes, Dean and Wes share their impressions of Gears of War 3. For the Netflix Instant Queue Movie Review, we talk about Batman Forever. Break audio produced and performed by Wes' dad, Howard Lammey.
The Walking Dead season 1 (now on Netflix Instant), Gears of War 3, and more. For our Instant Queue Movie Review, we talk about Batman Forever. robotinthecorner.com
robotinthecorner.com Episode 2-4 is available now. This week, we share our recommendations for New 52 comics to follow from DC (#2 issues begin this week), and we share our most anticipated fall games. Also, we talk about joining Team GIO for the upcoming Extra Life charity event.
robotinthecorner.com Episode 2-3 is available now. This week, we talk about the Gears of War 3 multiplayer and DC Comic's New 52. For the Netflix Instant Queue Movie Review, we talk about Man in the Iron Mask.
robotinthecorner.com Episode 2-2 is available now. This week, we talk about Lego Rock Band, DC Comic's "New 52", and a restaurant called Zombie Burger. For the Netflix Instant Queue Movie Review, we talk about The Thing.
robotinthecorner.com Episode 2-1 is available now. This week, we take a moment to remember 9/11/01, talk about Rock Band 3 (late to the party, we know), share our picks for the top 10 action movies of all time, talk about Kung Pow in our very first Netflix Instant Queue Movie Review. In the third segment, we reminisce about the first year of our show by sharing favorite moments, intros, and songs that we sang. Break audio is taken from music by Write This Down.
robotinthecorner.com Episode 47 is available now. This week, Wes talks about the Sharkoon gaming headset he purchased, Dean talks about Mad Men & the Rezurrection DLC for Call of Duty: Black Ops, and Titus talks about getting back to gaming. We also introduce an upcoming new segment called the Netflix Instant Queue Movie Review (say that ten times fast.)
robotinthecorner.com Episode 46 is available now. This week, Dean is gone because his wife finally had the baby. Titus shares some pre-order deals for the anticipated fall video games. Titus and Wes talk about Mystery Science Theater 3000 and Paul (the comedy movie.) They also share our listeners' responses to the question, "What's your favorite action movie?"
I forget how long it's been, but some time ago, Saint posted a blog to show us his gaming room. Ever since then, I've wanted to show you guys my own gaming room. Back in December, when I found out my wife was pregnant, I decided to wait until the baby was born so I could show you some before and after pictures since that would end up being the baby's room. On Thursday, August 25, Anberlin Marie Stephenson (gamertag: born2that) was born. For those wondering, we did get her name from the alternative rock band, Anberlin. Today, we brought her home for the first time and though she won't be sleeping in there just yet, that's officially her room now. I've got my stuff all setup in the loft now, which is just outside of that room.
Special Note: September 10 is our one year anniversary! We're currently at 953 total subscriptions. How cool would it be if Robot in the Corner had 1,000 subscribers in its first year?!? YOU CAN HELP! Spread the word about the show. Also, please subscribe to the show if you haven't already. Help us reach 1K by Monday, September 12th's episode. Thanks for all your support! :)
robotinthecorner.com Episode 44 is available now. This week, we share our listeners' choices for work related super powers, Wes shares his impressions of the Madden 12 demo, Titus talks about the return of the American Top Gear, and Dean gives his post-game impressions of Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet.
Episode 43 is available now. This week, we talk about Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet, From Dust, Borderlands 2, Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, Wes' swimming adventures, and more. Also, Ask the Robot is back, so we answer your questions.
When I reflect on the Zelda franchise, I can't help but think that if Futurama's depiction of the future is accurate, Zelda fans will put Miyamoto's head in a jar so he can make Zelda games FOREVER.