I had seen it too and have been wondering when it would post to the site. I haven't looked around on other sites, but I'm guessing there is some video embargo that's holding it up. I know Jason uploaded this image for it when it was on the schedule.
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I print out a review or written transcript of what they say about my favorite video game on the Bombcast then wipe my ass with it.
That, or respectfully disagree and move on.
There was an audiobook Humble Bundle months back that included a reading of Meg Cabot's Abandoned. I'm not very choosy come the times when I need something to listen to when I have trouble sleeping at night, and also it had one of the shorter reading times compared to the rest (this was maybe 7 hours long compared to the average of 10 hours it takes to read the others included in the bundle).
Anyway, for some reason the main character in this terrible romance novel repeatedly told herself to "check yourself before you wreck yourself." So now I have to remember this terrible novel when I think about Ice Cube at all.
Andrea Rene of the Escapist just called in. That site's integrity is also out the fucking window.
Definitely me picking up a Nintendo Wii U. There is absolutely nothing out for it right now that I even want, but hey, $200 for something to replace my Wii ain't so bad.
Components needed to upgrade your shields and weapons are gained in new game plus. Defeating as many Last Ones now actually helps you. You're good, dude.
I beat the final boss in the first playthrough doing all of the main quests, side quests (minus two that are in the Dead Dunes), and most of the Canvas of Prayers stuff ('bout 60 out of the 80 or so available). On Day 9, you'll get something that links the cities together and makes Soul Seeds easier to farm for, if you care about that. You have plenty of time of just standing around or sleeping in the inns, or maybe looking for any treasure you may have missed or any outfits, adornments, weapons, or garbs you haven't bought yet. Just a lot of checking around for anything you missed when you just want the end to come already. You are all set, buddy.
There may be an additional ending or so that only comes with a new game plus, but don't worry about that (I honestly don't know at the moment), but that can't be helped. You're ready to save the world and all'a dat.
Not too long ago, Origin downloaded updates for my Steam copies of Mass Effect 2 and Dragon Age: Origins (I was able to redeem their Steam codes into Origin since they were EA games, not sure if that can still happen these days) and rendered them unplayable (read: couldn't start). Had to verify my files through Steam to get them working again. Thankfully, whatever mods I had installed for Dragon Age: Origins didn't have to get re-installed again.
Just make sure to turn off automatic game updates to avoid stuff like that. Of course, that'll mean you'll have to keep up with games that regularly get updated these days like Battlefield or SimCity, but you're probably safer with older games like the ones I mentioned.
Drew and Vinny have the most games that also appear on my list (three each), but only Patrick had Fire Emblem: Awakening on his which is the truest Game of the Year. I guess Jeff's is also similar to mine since I don't have The Last of Us on mine by choice, but we only have two games in common (BioShock Infinite and Gunpoint).
Man, I should just get Yakuza 3 if they're going to continue pulling that BS with Yakuza 5. Many much games in my house.