In this week’s thrilling installment, TalkRadar brings on a special mystery guest to finally settle a question that’s been burning in the minds of our fans for months: What exactly the hell happened between Chris Antista and Tyler Wilde? Once that’s settled, it’s on to our usual dissection of this week’s Top 7, followed by a frank discussion of why we chose what we chose for our Greatest games on every platform feature and spirited discourse on a couple of articles written by GR’s sister site Edge Online.
After that, this week’s TV theme emerges with drunken ramblings about Lost, old episodes of Roseanne and a bizarre artifact from the days when Norm MacDonald still had a steady job.
Explicit Content Within! Persons with delicate ears should definitely not listen, as they will hear edgy no-no words freely spoken on South Park and HBO.
A surprise guest – WHO COULD IT BE!?!?
Oh, it’s Tyler Wilde. Huh.
Above: Tyler makes up for lost time by drinking more than all the other hosts combined
Top 7... Best beginnings – The opening levels that stuck in our heads longer than any others.
The greatest game on every platform – Postmortem on this week’s most inflammatory article.
MTV Music Generator – Actually only mentioned as a pretext for dredging up a musical embarrassment from Mikel’s past.
The 60 Biggest Selling Games of the Last 12 Months – GR’s sister site Edge Online counts down the hits. Surprise! Some of them are for Wii.
Lost – So apparently this is a popular TV show now? We live under rocks.
Sitcoms that reference games – Some actually get it right. TOO right.
The Making of... The Gabriel Knight Trilogy – Cue Charlie Barrattgasm.
Mega64 – Were supposed to get a plug and a link in last week's article, but didn't. Sorry for the oversight, guys.
Above: In case there was any confusion last week, Mega64 did this
Quote of the week: "The GameBoy Color is a console that had titles developed exclusively for it."
"Yeah, too bad most of them are Shrek games."
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Above: Could the feud be over? Signs point to “maybe”
Above: Mikel loves all his children equally
Above: Back in Brett’s hometown, rednecks take in the natural beauty of the local Wal-Mart
Jan 30, 2009