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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 Mike review the N64 game Bomberman Hero. Note that this is episode 57 despite saying that it’s 67 in the episode.
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.
Mike gives his review of the classic Game Boy title “Metroid II: Return of Samus”.
We also found this remake project (Project AM2R) you may be interested in:
It’s finally here! John, Jessie, & Mike give their picks for their favorite games of 2011. The format is that all titles are valid as long as we’ve played them. This includes retro games. See who comes out on top as we pit titles against each other such as Skyrim, Mass Effect 2, Donkey Kong Country Returns, Portal 2, Infinity Blade, Mario Sunshine, and more!
John and Mike review the second installment of the Batman: Arkham series “Batman: Arkham City” by Rocksteady.
Note that this is episode 52, despite saying 51 in the episode.
We’re finally back! Sorry about the wait. John has spent the last few weeks cramming for finals.
In this episode John reviews The Force Unleashed 2 from Lucas Arts.
John and Jessie review the downloadable game Limbo. We played it on PS3, but it’s available on XBLA & Steam as well.
We also ramble on about a bunch of random video game stuff.
For our 46th episode, Mike does a retro review of the not-so-classic Playstation 2 title Crash Twinsanity.