Danswers 08: Vinny Danavella
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Mortal Kombat X moves forward with a snappier version of the previous game's fighting and some cool new characters, but the story and other features around the edges feel a bit rough in spots.
The ways that Axiom Verge resembles Metroid help set up and drive home the ways that Axiom Verge is most definitely not Metroid.
Hotline Miami's thrillingly brutal gameplay is stretched to the point of breaking in this aesthetically pleasing, but otherwise disappointing sequel.
With Madden hitting shelves to signify the start of another holiday release season, Jeff Gerstmann thinks ahead to the rest of 2012 and beyond.
Anyone else having trouble getting these to show up in their podcast feed?
@nadur: Yep. I can't get this or the premium video feeds working in itunes. The premium ones don't prompt for login either.
What is this and why haven't I heard of it before? Or is that the segment Jeff does for radio or whatever?
What is this? I like it! Spooky how nobody has mentioned it anywhere. <.<
...Okay, so there are more episodes from LAST YEAR! D: Nevarhurdofthisbefore.. :O
This is the quick gaming minute Jeff does for CBSi radio I think. It's refreshing seeing Jeff talking a bit more 'hosty' like he used to do on On the Spot.
Yeah, for whatever reason, the RSS/iTunes feed isn't functioning at the moment. I've tried the "Subscribe on iTunes" button and tried to manually add the RSS feed into iTunes, neither of which work. Also, if you open the RSS button in its own browser window it says the below:-
I don't know why but listening tho this makes me feel dirty all over.
@djames216: Yeah, this is a known issue.
Madden 50 is the next madden i'll buy
Aw yeah this is GREAT.
Yoooo, dat bed music. This is dope.
When do these actually go on the air? Is there a set time or what? I wanna know.
How do I get the latest ones? Does if have to be on the air?
John Madden tells everyone when to start releasing video games.
OMG this is so bad, good bad.
This is like stumbling upon the seedy second life of a family member.
He sounds like the radio DJ stereotype that he always used to mock.
From the WORLD OF VIDEO GAMES
This is literally a minute long, I laughed.
In the far flung future of 2012...
Use your keyboard!
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