I also don't understand why some have called it a critical/essential scene for the overall story. I assume people say that because it reinforces Kelso's good nature, but I never doubted him. He never once showed anything that would have me question his good nature and I felt like I wasted my time sitting through the credits for that. I am glad they didn't pull a "I won't say the game for potential spoilers" and have Kelso in on it the whole time because that would have been ridiculous. In all honesty, what they ended up showing was pointless.
This week's live episode of Distributed Failure is the big 100! We had tons of games to discuss, plenty of prizes to giveaway, listener call-ins, and it was like I wasn't even there. If you missed the show live then you can get it here or on iTunes/Zune, but you will have missed out on all the fun of being their live. Plus, you will not be eligible for any prizes, such as a Billy Mitchell-autographed bottle of his extra special hot sauce! Much thanks to Scot Rubin for the lovely intro and all the support.
This week's "What We've Been Playing" features discussion on Final Fantasy XIII, God of War III, Perfect Dark, Splinter Cell: Conviction, Blur, Resonance of Fate, Metro 2033, and a buttload more. We have plenty of listener call-ins and come to the realization that foreigners like us more than Americans. We hope you enjoy the show and don't forget to rate/review us on iTunes (we could use some fresh reviews). You can also leave us a voice mail and hear yourself on the show by calling us at 707-520-4263. P.S. Rob really is Elton John's baby boy.
This week's Thursday episode of Distributed Failure features some news, some hate, and just a little bit of Cosby. Thanks to everyone who has supported us over the years and we look forward to giving you a 500th episode in about eighteen years. Be sure to check out our live show Saturday (3/20/10) on the All Games Network at 5PM CST; it will be the big 100th episode!
This week's news starts off with some rage on BioShock 2's Sinclair Solutions DLC and Modern Warfare 2's Stimulus Package DLC. We follow that up with some discussion on Windows Mobile 7, Yakuza 3 cuts, IGN layoffs, and more. BigSt3ph3n and Kari go into detail on their experience at LAN Lordz and we also featured some voice mails and some e-mails as well, which we always appreciate. We hope you enjoy the show and don't forget to rate/review us on iTunes (we could use some fresh reviews). You can also leave us a voice mail and hear yourself on the show by calling us at 707-520-4263.
*Side Note: BigSt3ph3n pimped Obviously Oblivious at the end of the show and referred to one host as a douche bag. I would just like to state that he who was not named [obviously Dan] is not a douche bag. He is in fact the opposite of what comes to mind when thinking of douche bags. That is all.
If you didn't make it to the live on Saturday (2/27/10) on the All Games Network, you can now download the show here (or on iTunes). We were without BigSt3p3n this episode, but we made up for that with the return of Dustin and live call-ins. We had fun despite Rob's initial worries of another failed attempt at going live and hopefully we'll be doing this every week from here until the end of time (or until BigSt3ph3n turns pro-cannibalism).
This week's "What We've Been Playing" features some more discussion on Risen, Sonic & Sega All-Stars Racing, Silent Hill: Homecoming, Killing Floor, Time Gentlemen, Please!, Ben There, Dan That!, and plenty more. We follow that up with some live call-ins including calls from Derrick Hopkins of Dead Pixel Live [sorry about the XBL Indie mix up] and Jamie Creese of Vault Reviews. We hope you enjoy the show and don't forget to rate/review us on iTunes (we could use some fresh reviews). You can also leave us a voice mail and hear yourself on the show by calling us at 707-520-4263.