April 23rd, 2013
Episode 59 of 171 episodes
No, we're not talking about the freshly-unveiledMikami survival horror game, nor are we talking about the inexorable moral decay of society thanks to the influence of video games/television/rock and or roll/drugs/generation Y/take your pick. We'reactuallytalking about the evil that lurks within the heart of one member of the Pubcast. You see, in episode 68... ONE OF THE CASTERS YOU KNOW AND LOVE WILL BE MURDERED! It's a good old fashioned murder-mystery! Weee! So join Colonel Mustard, Mrs Peacock, Professor Plum and Reverend Green for... what's that? Oh, okay. I guess we are talking about the Mikami game after all. Good thing it looks bad-ass! In Episode 68: THE HORROR! Lucy visits Tango in Tokyo to seeThe Evil Withinand DOESN'T BRING US BACKTENGA EGGS Nintendo news!There’s a whole bunch! Mario things! Other things!Bravely Default: Flying Fairy!Wait, what? Batman: Arkham Originsand why prequels are like seafood extender. Cam dissects the new Dishonored DLC,The Knife of Dunwall If Lucy could be a guy for a day, why would she choose beingJay Z over Kanye West? Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon: It has cyborg sharks! Baker’s rekindled admiration forDef Jam: Fight for NY. Why play BioShock Infinite for a third time when you can throw Jamaican rap star Sean Paul in front of a train? Why Western developers should tell Capcom to stick it. Tristan’s addictionto the latest Tiger Woods game briefly mocked in his absence Castle of Illusion HD, and why mispronouncing it makes you sound like Sean Connery Plus, we save theBioShock Infiniteending chat until last
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