TalkRadar 23 – Wii Music, watch out

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. He’s such a super speller!

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.

10-17-08 | Length - 1:36:52 | Opening song byAnamanaguchi (opens in new tab)

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Top 7... Toughest opening levels (opens in new tab)– they’re pretty tough, we guess, if you’re a loser

Darth Vader spells it out (opens in new tab)– well, sort of

Dead Space (opens in new tab)– it’s out! How much do you disagree with everyone else’s review?

Buy Bush a PS2 (opens in new tab)– history lesson! Mikel actually campaigned to buy The Greenest President Ever a PlayStation 2

Question 7: First game that gave you Nintendo Thumb? (opens in new tab)


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Quote of the week:
“I love my racing games. I’m something of a racist.”

For more TalkRadar (and yes, you do want more) browse ourpast episodes (opens in new tab).

Above: Shane busts out a life-changing guitar solo in WiiMusic, Chris begins transforming into Ernest P. Worrell on the spot

Above: A song so moving people literally had to walk away

Above: Uh oh... not the best combination of things to receive in the mail on the same day

Above: Who can take a suicide note seriously when you’re using such a colorful pen?

Above: Chris announces his candidacy for Digital Media Czar, or whatever it was he said

Above: Breaking news! More cluttered junk for GamesRadar!

Above: Happened only minutes ago. He now has a new home in the corner

Oct 17, 2008

A fomer Executive Editor at GamesRadar, Brett also contributed content to many other Future gaming publications including Nintendo Power, PC Gamer and Official Xbox Magazine. Brett has worked at Capcom in several senior roles, is an experienced podcaster, and now works as a Senior Manager of Content Communications at PlayStation SIE.