The Anti-Awards 2010
The worst games of the year, strung up and ridiculed in front of the whole dang internet
What's a code our password you've never forgotten?
If you’re too young to remember memory cards, there’s a slight chance you’ll have a bit of trouble answering this one… Sit on our lap for a second, kids: You see, before consoles came standard with hard drives and the like, there was only one way to finish a majority of our favorite games in more than a single sitting. With few options to “save” our “progress,” the only way to avoid hours of backtracking every time you turned the system on was by writing down or memorizing a code or password. But you’re not that young, right? Maybe you have a pre-Halo skulls cheat code permanently etched into your brain? Let us know in our forums and we’ll cross check it with our robotic memory banks and read them LIVE on TalkRadar 134!
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In the office
Above: Lizzie and TNag reign in the New Year
Above: This slightly ruined, very expensive gift from CaptRossi is responsible for the "tone" of this week's show. *slur*Thanksss*slur*
Above: Marvel as Mike, Brett, and Chris play Marvel (vs. Capcom3)
Lizzie's new 8-bit muzak project, The Glowing Stars, has a teaser vid for that ass. More on this soon...
In the community
Artist: Please enjoy an entire year's worth of TalkRadar music graboids' fan art
Above: Batman5273 knows all the best gifts in life are free (and occasionally sposored by Arc Rise Fantastia)
Above: Rare fanny pack or Banjo dick? Only 510BrotherPanda knows for sure
Above: Another insane, funny video by flabslapper
Above: "How Mikel Spent His Winter Vacation!" by graboids
Above: 6 heads + 1 color + 2 initials = A MASTERPIECE by therawski
Post date: January 7, 2011
T-Dar 133 length: 3:11:08
Intro song by: Anamanaguchi
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