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by Travis Pickle
This week we answer questions about the golden age of video games, tv & movie adaptation dreams, and the do's and don'ts of asking us questions.
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39:20ish- Besides lack of time to play them, I rarely buy new games because they're so expensive and all the downloadable extras. I wish they would just put everything on the actual disk. And I tend to wait for games until they're affordable (like $25 or less), so if they make things to where you can't buy used games that'll decrease my spending that much further.
37:00ish - Yikes... I'm that guy. Zombies & Modern Warfare for 360 along with hunting games and Wii Sports on the Wii. And lately I've had such limited time the only game I ever really play is Remington Super Slam Hunting North America on Wii.
32:00ish - Orbis sounds like Orbits, the chewing gum
19:00ish - Yes, the multiple systems were interesting, but that was also really frustrating not being able to play those games on your system. I remember there was an Aliens vs. Predator game for Jaguar (I think that was the system) that I wanted to play so badly, but no one had that system.
All in all, I think it's better now that for the most part, most games are released for all the major consoles. There are a few PS3 or 360 exclusive games, but it's not too extreme like back in the time you were talking about.
In Japan the number FOUR is badluck like in the US the number THIRTEEN is considered unlucky and VITA - ORBIS means CIRCLE OF LIFE.
No Korey? No listen for me.Kidding.
I love it how when nick missed his first podcast no one gave a shit but when Korey missed a podcast they made jokes about people not listening just because Korey isn't in it lol.
I also fondly remember the confusing mess of system wars before the big "Shake Out" of the mid 80's. So many game and computer systems, some by the same company competing with each other! Atari 2600 & 5200, Atari computers, Commodore Vic-20 & 64, Intellivision, Colecovision and Adam, Vectrex, Odyssey2, and of course ten the battle with Nintendo, Sega and a little bit of NEC, and all those failed early CD rom machines... crazy!
Chef Boyardee is nothing anyone should be educated about
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