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00:00-Show Intro
06:02-Drunk Dials
36:11-Left 4 Dead 2 Review (360)
48:19-New Super Mario Bros. Wii Review (Wii)
56:49-Feature Presentation-Interview with Aetherbyte Studios
1:11:23-Five Things
1:21:30-Show Close

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DGR: 11.22.2009

3 Responses to Drunken Gamers Radio: 11.22.2009

  1. phneri says:

    I can’t believe you didn’t mention the glory of the grenade launcher in L4D2.

    Forgot shotgun/chainsaw. Grenade launcher/Chainsaw is fantastic and hilarious.

    Also, important safety tip: Don’t let me take the grenade launcher when I’m playing tanked. That ends poorly.

  2. Ian (DJI) says:


    so goddamn funny. perfect! Just perfect voicemail. Mother of god get a reality tv cam on that guy!

  3. Ryker XL says:

    @Phneri you are SOOO right on the Grenade Launcher / Chainsaw combo. Although I would argue that the axe is equally as potent and doesn’t run out of gas!

    As for Sony’s PSN going pay… There are many examples where companies have done a 180 on their policies because of the business model. Target’s return policy, expiration of program benefits are two that I can think off the top of my head. Besides our politicians do it all the time.

    Last year Sony made 180 Million from PSN while Microsoft made well over 1 Billion just from XBL. That’s 800 Million just sitting on the table and I’m sorry I can’t see how you can just let even half that amount of potential revenue just sit out there.

    Sure there will be backlash, but Gamers are forgiving and if it means that I have to shell out cash to play Killzone or MAG with my friends, eventually I will do it. Just like eventually I’ll get a second 360 for my RROD one because I want to play with my friends. With no next gen machine on the horizon anytime soon, both companies will make the most of the marketshare they have currently.

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