Posts Tagged ‘Ghostbusters’
We’re talking games this week.
We’re still looking for your thoughts on Episode 33. We want your contributions, in any form you choose.
- Ancient Trader
- Red Dead Redemption
- My Japanese Coach
- Picross 3D
- Just Cause 2
- Civilization IV Complete
See ya next week!
Happy half-year anniversary, folks! We’ll just ignore the technicalities of time and space, and just use this as an excuse to celebrate!
We talk about games this week, because that’s what we’re all about!
Our early discussions are prompted by listeners. Jonathan has been tasked with talking more about the PS3, but he’s having a hard time saying anything nice about the user experience. Consoles are all about the games, and the games are worthwhile, but that’s about it. Meanwhile, Alex gripes a bit about the genre change Front Mission: Evolved is going through, tying it to Shadowrun.
In other news, Jonathan picked up GameFly and doesn’t reference Alex in the process, costing him twenty bucks. Jonathan’s also getting in on OnLive with an offer he couldn’t refuse. Here’s hoping it’s not crap.
Finally, Alex is excited about the upcoming launch of Crazy Taxi, Sonic Adventure, and (possibly) Hulu on Xbox Live.
What’s up, folks! It’s episode 10! That’s a podcasting milestone, right?
Jonathan has been swamped, and has absolutely no time to play games whatsoever. As such, he bought Ghostbusters, The Saboteur, FarCry 2 and Fallout 3: Game of the Year Edition. Yeah, those’ll get played sometime soon.
Alex shares his thoughts on Assassin’s Creed 2, as he’s quite a ways through, and he wonders why the game’s so damn long. Batman: Arkham Asylum, Darksiders, and MLB 2k10 are also on Alex’s to-be-played list.
We’ve got a topic this week inspired by a study via NewScientist: Do video games need more racial and ethnic diversity?