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Ubisoft Montpellier's take on the first World War is a surprisingly heartfelt adventure.
Many games try to use nostalgia to lure you in, but few of them are as well-made as Shovel Knight.
Watch Dogs is a solid open-world game that doesn't do enough to set itself apart from the pack.
Welcome, and thank you for participating in the soft launch of the Arrow Pointing Down Podcast! This week, Ryan and Jeff ramble pointlessly over Skype about Gatorade, HD-DVD, GDC, and more!
Definitely the single greatest podcast of all time. This started it off, and it remains the best.
The beginning of beginnings...
I liked the music a lot better in these old podcasts. Oh well, the new stuff is good too.
LOL ... the Gatorade commentary is genius. Please keep bringing the off-topic nonsense to your podcasts.
I was listening to this and they were talking about energy drinks. Then I started going on the forums and not really paying attention to what I was listening to. Next thing I know, Jeff and Ryan are talking about porn. Rofl.
When I first listened to this a long time ago I knew great things were coming
"But hey! Fuck it!"...and so the glory begins.
Uhhh! Tastes like Golf!
Happy anniversary! for a while ago!
Vintage is always great.
I just noticed something, All podcast comments have been reset! :ONever mind, they've returned!
man, the people bitching about the Swedish candy segment a few weeks ago should listen to this. I love when they get mad off topic.
Just 12 Comments on the birth of the greatest Podcast ever?
" Just 12 Comments on the birth of the greatest Podcast ever? "
I remember I originally listened to this because my brother had it downloaded on the computer, and I thought it was Jeff Green and Ryan Scott. What I got was so much better.
So this is how it all began...
Still love this podcast. The amount of taste-testing is awesome.
I am just expressing sadness that the Gatorade Tiger brand is going out because God forbid the company be related to the pervert. I loved those flavours...
I have commented here
I remember listening to this when I was a wee freshman in College. Way before I knew what a "Giant Bomb" was. Great times.
I love how the taste test was like wine testing in the movie Sideways.
Listening to this brings back good memories.
It's so strange without Brad or Vinny.
4:34 AM Central Standard Time
The granddaddy of the bombcast.
and so begins my quest to re-listen to all the bombcasts.
A time when Tiger was markatable.
I always thought it was pronounced "Out-Triggers" instead of "Out-Riggers" as Jeff says.. Ya know, cause of the guns. And triggers.. But now I don't know what to believe!
I can barely believe that this was almost three years ago. I've now been following Giantbomb for about as long as I followed gamespot before Gerstmann left. Time flies...
This is so crazy to listen to now.
I can't stop saying this but man i love this website
I've started checking all old bombcasts (I've only started listening to it in early 2010) and I can already see that I wont regret it, the Molineax impression by Ryan made me laugh for a solid 10 minutes straight, holy shit.
hell yeah never listened to this.
I never understood what "Arrow Pointing Down" meant...
Anyway, I have totally listened to every one of their podcasts. Duder.
Started listening to the Bombcast in 2011, and now I'm finally getting around to reliving all the magic that is the greatest podcast of all time! It's funny to think it all started with two unemployed dudes sampling bad sports drinks.
Ah,what the hell, I'll start listening from the beginning.
Ok, lets do this!
The start of something beautiful.
A great start. Your personality & opinions entertained so many. R.I.P Ryan.
Although he is gone like Beta and HD-DVD, Ryan Davis will never be replaced by something superior.
Wanted to come back to where it all began. It felt like a good way to remember him...
Death is only a beginning...
"That which is dead does not eternal lie, for with strange eons, even death may die."
- H. P. Lovecraft
Use your keyboard!
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