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Nathan's gone. Dave's on holiday. So it's up to Cundy and Justin to fumble their way through the latest episode of the GRUK Podcast as best they can. In this episode: game talk (including Asura's Wrath and Power Stone), off-track nonsense (dogs, fluids, noises etc) and there's even an all-new section that is almost definitely 100% guaranteed to make you laugh. Enough chat. More listening. GO!
It's Presidents' Day in the U.S., which means we get today off. It also means we've got an excuse to talk about presidents, and since we've already gone over some of the best ones videogames have given us, it's high time we took a long, loving look at some of the absolute most craven, opportunistic bastards ever to take up the fictitious reins of office...
So what if we've got Mario Kart, Mario Party, Mario Tennis, Mario Paint, Mario Golf, Mario Baseball, Mario Strikers, Mario Hoops, Mario Galaxy, Paper Mario and more? You can't have too much Mario. Right? Let us know what you think!
As gaming has grown and matured, things like "points" and "scores" have become increasingly irrelevant. But getting feedback from games on how well we're doing is something that has real value, especially if developers could find ways to tie it into their games' narratives...
Cords, batteries and rechargeable lithium packs may someday be a thing of the past, but for now, wireless power isn’t a great idea. Here’s why…
All this talk of the next console generation. Exciting, isn’t it? Well no, no actually I don’t think it is. Aside from the fact that I just do not believe we need new console tech right now, going by the way the current generation is panning out I can only see a new set of machines bringing problems which could choke the life out of everything I want out of gaming.
So much so that I’m seriously considering jacking consoles in for full-scale PC gaming membership next time around. Allow me to explain why.
We talk cheers, jeers, Simpsons, Elstons, zombies, and troubled Communities...
Four systems and four editors square off with three different reasons each major gaming platform could claim this year as its own...
It’s not easy being a horse, especially a horse who plays games with non-horse protagonists riding horses…
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