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Episode 22 is available now. This week, Wes and Dean talk about rage quitting and playing old-school games with friends this weekend. We also take a look at who and what is nominated for the 2011 Oscars. Break audio taken from music by Pavement.
Episode 21 is available now. This week, Titus has some deals, and Dean shares his impressions of Marvel vs. Capcom 3. Break audio taken from music by Spoken.
UPDATE: Just a reminder for our listener submitted questions. :)
UPDATE: Many of you may not have heard the notice at the end of the last episode (due to the spoiler discussion), so this is a reminder that we'll be doing our next "Ask the Robot" this weekend. If you have a question for this Q&A segment, please submit it by tomorrow (Friday, February 11.)
UPDATE 02/02/11: Game Informer's Tim Turi and Dan Ryckert are confirmed guests for our Castlevania: Lords of Shadow spoiler discussion! As a result, our February "Ask the Robot" segment will be moved to episode 20. Remember, we can't have an "Ask the Robot" without questions from our listeners, so please submit them if you have any.
UPDATE: Our Castlevania: Lords of Shadow spoiler discussion has been delayed, but for a very good reason. I still can't say why, but only because I don't want to promote something that might not happen. I assure you that if it works out, you won't want to miss it! Again, if you happen to know what I'm working on for this segment, please keep it a secret - thanks!
Episode 16 is available now. This week, we discuss our favorite movies from 2010 and the movies we're looking forward to in 2011. Also, Dean rants about Superman.
Episode 15 is available now. This week, we interview Axe Cop's Ethan Nicolle and discuss Axe Cop, video games, and Axe Cop in relation to video games. This episode also includes the Robot in the Corner 2010 Video Game Awards. Break audio taken from music by Emery.
I'm playing Castlevania: Lords of Shadow today, and I keep thinking, "I don't want this to end." Though I'm only two levels into the second chapter, I've found myself captivated by this game. The environments are fascinating, the music is exhilarating, the narrative is mesmerising, the scrolls are satisfying to read, the book-style menu is interesting and the combat is invigorating (once you get the hang of it.) Despite the religious fantasy (that doesn't exactly line-up with Biblical doctrine), this game makes me feel good. I'm really enjoying the story of this man's quest to defeat evil and be reunited with his deceased wife.
Episode 14 is available now. This week, we share our listerners' ideas for racing games, briefly discuss who's won Game of the Year (so far), and to celebrate our first year (four months) of podcasting, we share our listeners' favorite things from Robot in the Corner. Break audio is taken from music by Run-DMC.
UPDATE: Well, more of a reminder... This weekend is the last recording of Robot in the Corner for the year. RITC episodes will resume on Monday, January 10, 2011. If you have an idea for a racing game that you'd like us to share on the show, please submit that before Saturday.