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Have you ever wanted to be really gruff and a little bit frightening without actually having to grow a beard, build up a considerable potbelly and slap a McCain/Palin sticker on your car? Well, there are games for that (most of them published by Cabela’s). Or maybe you’ve always dreamed of being a celebrity dog trainer, a curling champion, a gardener… any of this sound appealing? Yeah, probably not, but there are games for
Finally! We’ve been cranking out Podcast Gold (with some scattered Silver) for the better part of a year now, much to the delight of an extremely small portion of the internet. That’s right, TalkRadar is growing every day, currently sittin’ pretty with a 5 Star iTunes average, thank you very much. But we’ve yet to organize them in one easy-to-find location. Until now....
Ladies and gentlemen, we present the runts and rejects of the forces of darkness, the first line of defense for evil. They're kind of a joke. Nonetheless, they stand tall and straight, inches above knee level, and they bop, hop and wiggle towards any nearby heroes.
Our weekly Top 7 lists usually cover timeless topics that could probably post any point throughout the year. But this week, with the newly released, critically fellated LittleBigPlanet inspiring countless cases of tiny heroes roaming gigantic worlds, we wanted to be a bit timelier and celebrate the very best of the very small.
Videogames tend to make at least one appearance in any long running TV show and occasional movie sequels. Sometimes the attempt at pop culture awareness is done well, but it’s generally an attempt by clueless writers to appear hip and socially relevant by tackling the supposed implications of violent games. The conversation, as I imagine it, goes something like this:
Writer 1: You know, my son is always playing those
Rest up this weekend kiddies, cuz starting next week there’s a nonstop barrage of quality games coming out, right up until New Year’s Eve. This week we talk about the first games in that wave (Dead Space, Saints Row 2, Wii Music), plus the toughest opening levels of all time, then hit the forums for your answers to last week’s poll.
Be sure to listen for a special appearance by the Dark Lord of the Sith as well.
Philistines don't understand the sophisticated and complex culture of gaming. They think it's a breeze. That it's as easy as sitting on the sofa, fiddling with sticks and shooting space invaders with a gormless expression painted on our faces. But they're clueless fools. We know that being proper dedicated got-the-t-shirt gamers is one of the hardest jobs on the planet. Yes it is.
The next time someone shouts "Lazy git" in your
Real world definition of "mature": Showing the mental, emotional, or physical characteristics associated with a fully developed person; involving serious thought. Videogame definition of "mature": Shits, tits and gibs.
You might want to sit down for this, and if you happen to already be sitting, stand up so you can sit back down and experience our one-on-one talkin’ to with Cliffy B, the man behind all things Gears of War. Then we’re out to guess a series of iconic video game sound effects – those that stump the T-Dar crew are your chance to hop in the forum and win a GR t-shirt.
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