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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.
Episode 42 is available now. This week, we talk about Game Informer's further support of its community, and we share our weeks (including topics like X Games, Bastion, The Fighter, and more.)
What has two thumbs and likes lists? THIS GUY! To celebrate being chosen by Game Informer as one of the elite eight (thanks, guys!), I decided to celebrate by writing a blog that I've been thinking about for quite some time - my top 10 favorite games of this generation.
UPDATE: Our podcast's hosting site is back! This week's episode has been posted to our regular feed, which means it should now be available on iTunes.
Episode 40 is available now. This week, Dean is gone. Titus and Wes talk about Wacom tablets, August Burns Red, Half Minute Hero, the Air Music app for iOS, the Dark Knight Rises trailer, and more. Break audio taken from music by Paramore.
This is not the Tail of the Sun Super Replay, this is just a tribute.
Episode 39 is available now. This week, Dean talks about his new writing opportunity, finishing up Darksiders, and starting Brutal Legend. Wes talks about his 2nd triathlon and what he's doing to pass the time until the highly anticipated games are released this fall (namely for him, Skyrim.)
Episode 38 is available now. This week, we have a shorter show (busy weekend.) We talk about Trucks & Skulls (Angry Birds-like iOS game), visiting the Game Informer office (kinda), and we share the older games our listeners are interested in playing.
Episode 37 is available now. This week, Dean shares his impressions of Infamous (you can still get it for free on PSN), Wes talks about preparing for his first triathlon, we take a look at this year's Summer of Arcade titles on XBLA, and we talk about older games we're interested in playing. Also, Titus explains why we didn't post an episode last week. Break audio taken from music by Jonathan Coulton (Portal's "Still Alive.")
Episode 36 is available now. This week, Wes and Dean share their impressions of this year's E3. Break audio taken from music by Awolnation.