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|Joystiq Xbox||15 Comments|
Aug 11th 2011 8:55PM @PointlessPuppies you should change your username to PointlessPosts
Jun 22nd 2011 3:36PM @trinica ...
That's like saying that people should be playing Chess instead of playing UNO. Different games entirely my friend.
May 12th 2011 5:33PM @sicsided My dear friend...
There are many good gaming podcasts out there!
1 - as mentioned, the Giant Bombcast is great and always fun.
2 - TalkRadar - GamesRadar's podcast. Though it seems to be less known, it is pretty hilarious and they're not just focusing on regular gaming news all the time. One of my favs for sure.
TalkRadar UK is also a great podcast if you enjoy the Europeans. It's usually around 1 hour compared to the US version which is usually ~2.5hrs.
3 - Rebel FM - Two guys who are now working for IGN (Arthur Gies and Anthony Gallegos) plus their friend Tyler. They usually have a guest or 2 from Area5 crew if you're familiar with them. More of a conversational podcast, but still a good one for sure.
4 - Weekend Confirmed - Not my favorite since I'm not a big fan of Garnett Lee, but it's still a pretty good cast. Co-hosted by Jeff Cannata and a semi-rotating third. I think Xav De Matos of former Joystiq fame might be showing up on the cast from time to time now that he lives in the area?
5 - Official Xbox Magazine Podcast - A very normal type podcast, but still has a fun tone to it if you're an xbox fan.
Also, the IGN podcasts really aren't bad at all. Podcast Beyond is a littttle to fanboyish at times though.
Hope that helped!
Apr 20th 2011 1:08AM @Grimcicle Lol are you mad?
It's called humor my friend.
Apr 19th 2011 4:47PM @Grimcicle You're right!
Mine was for Charmin toilet paper, and I live near a toilet!
Apr 19th 2011 4:27PM 30 second ad for a 1min video.
Apr 8th 2011 9:35PM @(Unverified) Public Awareness note:
This account is unverified.
As is the assumption made by this user.
Apr 2nd 2011 7:31PM @Vidaluko Nope.
It's going to be 100% Kinekt only. No controllers allowed. Racing simulators are certainly not all about precision and catering to driving enthusiasts. Not at all.
I really hope your comment was a joke, but I don't think it was, so here's a knock on the head for you...*knock knock*
Mar 31st 2011 7:56PM @Red Runner First off, the processing power required for the 3DS is much more than the DS, which of course drains more battery.
Secondly, Nintendo probably put the best battery in the system (for the size/price) that they could.
If the Nyko battery was a direct replacement (same exact size and with no extra bulk) then you'd have a point. Obviously a larger battery with a higher capacity will provide a longer battery life, that's just a simple fact.
Mar 23rd 2011 3:25AM @JnRx Maybe because it is a PSP screen shot.
Read the article before commenting.