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Posted by ShaggE

It's finally Tuesday!

Posted by jcluther34

I'm a gameboy.

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Posted by ttocs

Best day of the week!

Posted by Fobwashed

This is the second time today I've seen that Gameboy image. I'm happy.

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Edited by PoToSkull

2nd!

Edit: Wow, four of us at the same time...whatever, it's Toooosday!

Posted by PurpleMoustache

To listen now, or wait until flight this week. The eternal Bombcast dilemma...

Posted by AjayRaz

i can't wait to listen to this hecking podcast

Edited by csl316

Funk yeah.

Posted by Eaxis

HAIL GAME BOY!

Posted by PimblyCharles

This is the second time today I've seen that Gameboy image. I'm happy.

Where was the first? I have the same box which has my 1st Gameboy in it somewhere in the garage.

Edited by AMyggen

Small business man needs help!

Now I can delay going to bed.

Posted by weegieanawrench

Happy 25th!

Posted by Deckard

Man, I miss that Gameboy hardware boxart.

Posted by ottoman673

It's Tuesday? Thanks, giant bomb, I never would've known

Posted by 49th

Wow, it's been a long time since I've seen a Bombcast. I remember listening to a similar Bombcast almost a week ago now. I was outside at the time - if I recall correctly I believe was walking down the street, heading for the train station. You see, I had to take a train into the city to go to school, because, that's where my school is. It's in the city. Anyway, I digress. I was using an Apple iPod Touch fourth generation at the time, and the previous night I had actually downloaded a Bombcast onto said iPod Touch. Long story short, I played that Bombcast while I was travelling and I listened to it not only while walking but also while I was on the train and later in the day when I sat on a chair. I had headphones on so it didn't just play out loud to everyone but I could have done this because it is a feature on the iPod Touch, however, I felt it would be inappropriate so I listened to it privately although I was still in public. I wonder when I will listen to this Bombcast. Technology is truly amazing.

Posted by narujoe93

So don't go to itstuesdaydotcom, I guess. My internet is telling me its sketchy and to enter at my own risk.

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Posted by kaptainkobe

If there's nothing about Skate-asouras Rex this week, I'm done forever.

Posted by Walreese55

What's up with these short bombcasts

Posted by AMyggen

Love the NYC discussion!

Edited by Jedted

@walreese55 said:

What's up with these short bombcasts

No Patrick. He and Ryan always seemed like the most chatty of the bunch

Drew doesn't seem to talk a lot, sometimes i forget that he's even there.

Posted by baka_shinji17

What the heck!?

Posted by planetfunksquad

Jessie Caravella credited as Jessie Glass, which is her maiden name I guess, didn't work on Dark Water, she worked on Dark Harbour. Now you know. And that's my creepy stalker shit done for the day.

Edited by cooljammer00

Love the Weird Al talk. We're all kindred spirits.

Edit: and the NYC talk. Brooklyn, Bronx, Queens, Manhattan, and the dump. Not a joke, pretty sure Staten Island has the dump on it

Posted by AssInAss

@49th said:

Wow, it's been a long time since I've seen a Bombcast. I remember listening to a similar Bombcast almost a week ago now. I was outside at the time - if I recall correctly I believe was walking down the street, heading for the train station. You see, I had to take a train into the city to go to school, because, that's where my school is. It's in the city. Anyway, I digress. I was using an Apple iPod Touch fourth generation at the time, and the previous night I had actually downloaded a Bombcast onto said iPod Touch. Long story short, I played that Bombcast while I was travelling and I listened to it not only while walking but also while I was on the train and later in the day when I sat on a chair. I had headphones on so it didn't just play out loud to everyone but I could have done this because it is a feature on the iPod Touch, however, I felt it would be inappropriate so I listened to it privately although I was still in public. I wonder when I will listen to this Bombcast. Technology is truly amazing.

Jeff: You need help.

Edited by Cloneslayer

Got a Gameboy when I was 3 and I have never looked back since. Pokemon was so awesome when I was a kid. Spent so much playing those original games. Ah, the good old days.

Posted by skyline7284
@jedted said:

@walreese55 said:

What's up with these short bombcasts

No Patrick. He and Ryan always seemed like the most chatty of the bunch

Drew doesn't seem to talk a lot, sometimes i forget that he's even there.

But when he does talk, it's always fantastic.

Posted by thevector

Yeah, what the heck is going on??

Posted by Shinoadr

Thank you duders

Edited by Truckalicious

That gameboy boxart was my phone background for aaaaages. So good

Posted by nophilip

I picked up Carcassone for the first time a few months ago (board game version), and man is that game great. I need to start picking up some of the expansion.

Edited by SomeJerk

stop yawning

(and use less reverb)

Posted by Phished0ne
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Edited by fisk0

I own two of those Game Boy boxes, and they're still on my shelf, complete with all the ads from the Swedish importer Bergsala and their local Nintendo Club.

The screens on both of the machines have gone bad though. The cable from the motherboard to the screen apparently commonly degraded, and looks like that happened to my machines too. Still have a working GBA though, but the screen for those are so goddamn hard to see anything on.

Posted by PimblyCharles

@pimblycharles said:

@fobwashed said:

This is the second time today I've seen that Gameboy image. I'm happy.

Where was the first? I have the same box which has my 1st Gameboy in it somewhere in the garage.

http://www.pastemagazine.com/blogs/lists/2014/04/the-ten-best-game-boy-games.html

Now that's a list! Eight out of those ten games are well deserved to be there (imo), and most are favorites of mine. Final Fantasy Legend II and NBA Jam were good to see and brought back some interesting memories.

Posted by cooljammer00

Also RIP J&R. Love the New York based talk this week. Makes my heart warm.

Posted by LiquidPrince

@vinny Don't worry you're not an old man. As someone who is in his early twenties and is bombarded with all those social media things pretty often you learn to ignore them. The reason you haven't heard of the majority of them, is because the majority of them are shit. There are new social media sites that come and go almost daily and still the most important ones are Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Google+ and Vine (sort of) which are the only ones that have really broken through with any staying power.

Posted by bloodyknight85

Jeff's voice sounds a little bit sore on this week's podcast. Weird?!

Posted by Zurv

@jeff nooooooooo.. you missed Brooklyn. you walked the wrong way - you missed 2 of the nicer areas in Brooklyn. Brooklyn Heights and DUMBO. The Fulton street "mall" is pure crap. It is the most ghetto strip in the whole area. ugh..

You where like 3-4 blocks away from really nice places.. makes me sad :(

Posted by allodude

Hey guys. What's up with Bioware?

Posted by totheteeth

The podcasts keep getting shorter. Don't deprive us of your musings! I want my full three hours of non-video game anecdotes.

Posted by AMyggen
Posted by Mr_Creeper

So what's up with that podcast, I heard it's broken.

Posted by DS23

DOT MATRIX WITH STEREO SOUND

MOTHERFUCKERS

Posted by Danterion

Uhhh where's the Naughty Dog discussion? I couldn't find it =(

Edited by Vuud

Nintendo has the most solid legacy platforms of all time. NES, SNES, Gameboy, all hold up incredibly well compared to their contemporaries.

I love the Gameboy, still have my bright red GameBoy Pocket and it still works flawlessly, but I lost my matching Pokemon Red cart :(

I totally skipped the GBA and DS, but I LOVE the 3DS. Maybe Nintendo dropping the home console and focusing on handhelds would not be a bad thing. Phones still can't replace a dedicated handheld gaming device.

Edited by Yummylee

Does anyone else hear a slight... echo? Maybe that's not it but this one sounds a little off somehow.

Posted by cooljammer00

@liquidprince: Any social media site we know about and is worth anything (like Twitter, which Vinny discusses trying to talk about with his young cousin), these kids shouldn't be on anyway. Thus why they cluster onto these shittier, lesser known sites their friends are on. Good on whoever it was who asked if Snapchat was okay for a kid to use.

Posted by behardy

This was great to listen to while sweating my way through the Company of Heroes Campaign for the first time.

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