TalkRadar 25 – oooh, scary!

Hope your ass is in-costume for our moderately special 25th episode of TalkRadar. This time we’re chatting up the least scary moments in otherwise scary games, then Charlie dares to suggest that games are, in fact, never scary. Then we fight about Silent Hill 2.

Also: all the usual BS we yap about every week, lovingly accentuated with profanity, sound effects and allegations that no judge or jury could ever prove.

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.

10-31-08 | Length - 2:07:38 | Opening song byAnamanaguchi

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Top 7... least scary moments in scary games– been reading since 2006? Then you’ll notice Mikel took the easy way out this week

Why scary games are never scary– says Charlie

Dead Space– atmospheric, sure. Scary? At least one person thinks not!

Super annoying Guitar Hero trailer– now on a pretentious loop at a Best Buy near you

Streaming HD Netflix for 360– it’s happening, it’s not happening. Which is it? And will it even function properly?

Question 9: What’s your personal scariest gaming moment?

Plus we’re giving away a bunch of crap, so listen up!


Quote of the week:
“I had to detach my jaw like a cobra snake!”

For more TalkRadar (and yes, you do want more) browse ourpast episodes.

Above: Chris retells his epic poo story from TalkRadar 21, much to Drew’s dismay

Above: Totally unscripted, this happened spontaneously and was not staged at all. Promise.

Above: From left to right, Sega PR reps Anthony Chau, Aaron Palacios, Thu Nguyen and Denny Chiu drop by GamesRadar’s terrifying cookie wall with traditional Halloween gifts of beer and candy

Above: Caption contest! Hit the forum and win a prize!

Oct 31, 2008

Brett Elston

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.