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December 05, 2012 01:19 PM PST

In this episode, we discuss our experiences with Black Ops II and games that we wish would be remade or get a sequel to.

Also, Mandy is absent but Tim covers, Greg compares Madden to Call of Duty, and Salvador stands up for Metroid (and hates on Nintendo)>

Special thanks to Tim/Boiler for covering for Mandy!

Intro Music: Title Theme from Metroid Prime and Fusion Original Soundtrack composed by Kenji Yamamoto
Outro Music: Item Collect (NES) from Varia Suite by Metroid Metal

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November 14, 2012 02:08 AM PST

In this episode, we talk a little bit about Halo 4, what our favorite and least favorite controllers are, and some about sandbox games.

Also, someone from South Dakota joins in on the fun, Mandy is all about the innuendos, Greg talks about playing Halo 4 on PS3, and Salvador hates on Nintendo (again).

Special thanks to our guest Tim aka Boiler from South Dakota.

Intro Music: Opening from Pokemon Red/Blue composed by Junichi Masuda
Outro Music: (Theme from) Red Dead Redemption by Bill Elm & Woody Jackson

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November 06, 2012 11:41 AM PST

In this episode, we discuss the PS4 and game music.

Also, Mandy hears Still Alive for the first time, Salvador shares lists, and Greg goes off topic.

Intro Song: Halo Theme (MJOLNIR Mix)composed by Martin O'Donnell off of the Halo 2: Original Soundtrack

Outro Song: Zanarkand composed by Nobuo Uematsu of off the Piano Collections Final Fantasy X

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November 05, 2012 01:50 AM PST

In our second episode we discuss some gaming news and our biggest disappointments and surprises of this generation.

Also, Salvador gets called a nerd, Mandy's brain hamsters vacate her head, and Greg meows.

Intro Song: Spike in a Rail by Darren Korb off of the Bastion Original Soundtrack

Outro Song: Title composed by Dennis Martin and Takao Miratsu off of the Legend of Dragoon OST

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October 12, 2012 04:33 PM PDT

In our first episode, you get to learn a bit about our hosts and our gaming A.D.D. as we try to entertain and inform you guys about video games.

Intro Song: Burning Spirits by Kenji Ito off of Breath of MANA
Outro Song: Kokiri Forest by Koji Kondo off of The Legend of Zelda Ocarina of Time Original Soundtrack 

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