50 Episodes? Good god, it’s time for a celebration! Everyone break out your favorite gaming accessories!
On this week’s show we recap you on all the news from Comic-Con 2009 (believe us, it’s a lot of news), a fair and unbiased review of too human, (it’s balls), and learn that both Oak-town gets it right (and Chi-town gets it right).
We also discuss trannies, bestiality, and how EA likes to remind us that women are still objects. Take that women’s lib – wave to them beneath our glass floor.
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Welcome to mid-July! Where the game industry goes to die a slow empty death. Kind of like a nursing home – we’ve had enough of your Vietnam stories grim-grim.
So the releases are slim, the news is slow, the battle contestant sucked, and I’m still unemployed. But fear not! BDPE has got you covered, with at last a full crew this week!
We recount some of our favorite classic games you may want to revisit during these slower summer months, give you some good janks on how to wisely spend those recession dollars, and tell you the things to avoid (good god why did I buy Too Human? I knew that shit would suck and I bought it anyway).
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BDPE is back bitches! After a lengthy hiatus involving a move to Baltimore, audio editor drama, and a lengthy desert spirit journey, we bring you episode 48 of the Best Damn Podcast Ever.
On this week’s show we talk about some stories that fell through the cracks of E3 and discuss the rise and fall of eastern game development.
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Ahhh. The Electronic Entertainment Expo. An overhyped circus where only the largest of publisher’s get noticed and mediocrity is given the spotlight. Kind of like a fat kid at a talent show.
On this week’s show we recap all the news from E3 and breakdown what’s hot, what’s not, and why Nintendo seems content to break their fan’s hearts time and time again.