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Episode 33 is available now. This week, we discuss our anticipation for Dirt 3. We also talk about Thor, L.A. Noire, and Pirates of the Caribbean 4. Break audio taken from music by Hot Action Cop.
Imagine playing an Atari game with a smooth framerate that auto-saved often and had an overworld map like Metroid......
Episode 29 is available now. This week, we interview video game designer and author, Scott Rogers. We talk to him about his experience in the video game industry, game design, making games, and more. In the 2nd part of our interview, we talk to Scott about his book, "Level Up! The Guide to Great Video Game Design", and he answers listener submitted questions. The show is extra long this week, so if you'd like to jump right to the interview, it starts at 26:11. Break audio taken from music by I Am Empire.
Episode 32 is available now. This week's episode is short. We share our listeners' choices for talking and singing voices, and we talk about our weeks.
Episode 31 is available now. This week, we talk about the games we're currently playing (as usual), and we share our thoughts on The Office - Steve Carell's departure and the future of the show. If you don't like this week's show, blame the PSN hackers.
Episode 30 is available now. This week, Wes gives his impressions of Mortal Kombat, and Dean gives his impressions of Portal 2. Break audio taken from music by Emery.
Episode 28 is available now. This week, we are joined by our friend Nick, and we talk about Metal Friday and 3D gaming (with glasses.) Break audio taken from music by Tenacious D.
UPDATE: On this week's show, we hinted at a few potential guests we may have on in the near future. One of these guests has been confirmed today. Thanks to Saint, we've been in contact with video game designer, Scott Rogers, and he will be the next person we interview on Robot in the Corner! We haven't set a date yet, but the plan is to have him on in the next few weeks. Look for this interview on Monday, April 18.
Episode 26 is available now. This week, Titus gives his impressions of Alan Wake (we know, it came out last year) and Dean gives his impressions of Crysis 2. Break audio taken from music by High Flight Society.
Episode 25 is available now. This week, Wes takes over takes over the show! We talk about Battle: Los Angeles, the Batman: Arkham City gameplay trailer, and Killzone 3 (with Playstation Move support.) Also, Dean talks about Game Informer's attempt to get in the Guinness Book of World Records. Wes' mutiny audio is taken from music by Atreyu. Break audio is taken from music by Blindside.
This blog is for everyone who watched the live stream of the Game Informer guys going for the world record fighting game play session - the Smashathon! If you watched it at all, please comment below - I really want to see everyone that participated in watching this event! Give us an estimate of how long you watched, and tell us about your favorite moments! If you weren't able to watch the event, perhaps this post will give you a little insight into what you missed.