Games we’re talking about this week
This week we talked about Audiosurf 2, Hyrule Warriors, Destiny, Terraria, and Final Fantasy: Record Keeper…
Skari controlled both the Past and the Future, in which she talked about both the old and the 20th anniversary edition of Gabriel Knight: Sins of the Fathers, and she’s excited to get back into the world of The Witcher 2 for her Future.
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Vos finishes up Chowder and Garfunkel & Oates, the first of which is still odd and the second of which is amazing! After a recent spell of bad headaches, he discovers the details of migraines and self-diagnosis himself. Let’s hope his upcoming doctor’s visit clears him up! Vos finishes up his week with talking about the podcasts he’s been catching up on, Wits and Mental Illness Happy Hour.
Skari, of course, was sick….But she caught up on so much Downton Abbey, you guys. It was awesome. She also started a new book, a post-apocalyptic tale called Wool by Hugh Howey that she is super into.
Jen spends the week…and part of the show, fighting with her internet connection. She may be fighting a losing battle on that one. She talks more about her ongoing Pinball tournament and how she’s doing in that…It rates right up there with her fight against her internet connection. However, win or lose, pinball is awesome.
Los was gone tonight to deal with some kiddo stuff, and we bid a fond, and very sad farewell to Annie, who has decided to step away from Podcasting for the time being. She will continue to send in her AnnieDayNews segment, however, which we all appreciate and love.
- I am Bread coming to PS4 August 25 – Via Playstation
- Witcher 3 Mod Support Disappoints Fans – Via Polygon
- Star Wars coming to Disneyworld and Disneyland – Via Polygon
- APA Links Violent Video Games to Aggression – Via Gamasutra
- Many speak out against “bad science” in APA release – Via Rock Paper Shotgun
- Russ Pitts Brings Game Development Documentary – Via Kickstarter
Show Ending Music
“It’s Me” – Five Nights at Freddy’s Song by TryHardNinja
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