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Everybody get ready to hate John as he tears into Red Dead Redemption. Don’t agree? Post your comments here!
The extended cut for Mass Effect 3 was just released. Unfortunately I haven’t had time to release our discussion on the original ending until now, so here it is. We will have comments on the extended cut in a future episode.
John and Jessie review one of the biggest RPGs of the year: Mass Effect 3.
Note that we will be discussing the controversial ending and other spoilers in the next episode. This episode is about as spoiler free as we get.
John and Jessie dissect the biggest RPG to ever be released on consoles, Bethesda’s Elder Scrolls V, Skyrim. (okay I might get some flack for that comment)
At one point it sounds like I’m strangling my cat. I promise you I’m not. He’s just really loud when he wants attention.
We are still yet to play Mass Effect 3, but we are well aware of how upset many are with the ending. We speculate.
Part 2 of our Game of the Year (that we played) is now available.
We finish up with the RPG and Other categories and choose our game of the year!
Blistered Thumbs first ever award show, Game of the Year (that we played), is now available.
These are games we’ve played this year, ranging from Sega Genesis games to PS3 games. We pit new and classic games against each other to see who comes out on top.
Note that only a handful of these games were actually released this year.
Also check out the outtake for this episode!
John’s review of Leianna’s Song and Witch Hunt, add-ons for Dragon Age Origins is now available from Blistered Thumbs.
John’s review of Final Fantasy XIII is now available from Blistered Thumbs. Does this game live up to its predecessors and set the bar higher for all video games again? Listen and find out!