This is it folks, the massive barrage of new games that’s threatened us for months while we patiently twiddled our stupid thumbs over the entire summer. Why can’t they release this crap steadily throughout the year (and don’t say “Christmas”)?
Anywho, we’re talking up the many, many new games this week, including Call of Duty, Mirror’s Edge and Banjo Kazooie, plus the Top 7 and a boatload of community goodness. T-Dar 27 also welcomes two new co-hosts this week, Lizzie Cuevas and Henry Gilbert, who’s technically not new, as he made a brief cameo waaaay back in number seven. He talked about shovinga nuke up Superman’s ass (opens in new tab).
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.
11-14-08 | Length - 1:54:00 | Opening song byAnamanaguchi (opens in new tab)
Top 7… worst release dates EVER (opens in new tab)– not including the one that got you in trouble with a certain young woman’s parents
Call of Duty: World at War Death Card guide (opens in new tab)– Holy crap, did Chris just play a game for work?
Mirror’s Edge Runner’s Bag guide (opens in new tab)– spoiler: they’re all in the bag hutch. No shit
Rev Run plays Wii Music (opens in new tab)– what, was your golden yacht payment due?
Question 11: What difficulty setting do you start out with? (opens in new tab)
Quote of the week:
“I play Animal Crossing on Hard, Mother F***er!”
For more TalkRadar (and yes, you do want more) browse ourpast episodes (opens in new tab).
Above: If the economy takes another dive, we’ll be renting out this spacious, two-boxroom penthouse for three shoelaces a month
Above: A far-too-professorial Chris poses dramatically for the camera while wearing A Li’l Bow Wow shirt
Above: The Office’s Jan Levinson appears on GamesRadar’s distant sister mag Pregnancy, as modeled by GamesRadar’s Lizzie Cuevas
Above: A courageous Shane Patterson sidles up to Jade Raymond on the Prince of Persia dance floor
Above: Our 360 became one with the Force
Nov 14, 2008