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00:00-Show Intro
08:22-Drunk Dial
26:51-Slayer Pinball Rocks Review (iPhone)
32:19-Vampire Rage Review (Xbox Community Game)
38:23-Sin and Punishment: Star Successor Review (Wii)
47:14-Deathsmiles Review (360)
1:02:00-Crackdown 2Review (360)
1:20:07-Retro Review: Yoshi’s Story (N64)
1:26:57-Five Things
1:44:23-The Last Shot
1:45:23-Show Close

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DGR: 07.02.2010

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9 Responses to Drunken Gamers Radio: 07.02.2010

  1. MeatMan says:


    I guess I should listen to rest of the podcast now.

  2. MeatMan says:

    Guitar neck rail! Bed of Nails! This is the only game that has comes close to making me wanting an iPhone. That said, I will not conform.

  3. awesomo316 says:

    As an Aussie who falls in the non-Mel Gibson Australian category – I just wanted to point out that Russell Crowe is not Australian – he is from New Zealand. We take no responsibility for him. Mel is also a borderline case – he was born in the US and moved here when he was kid… possibly because they were convicts… I don’t know. Details are sketchy.

    We will however apologise for Nicole Kidman – we’re very, very sorry she got out.

  4. John says:

    Despite all her later transgressions, you will never have to apologize for Nicole Kidman. Why? BMX Bandits. 😉

  5. Ryker XL says:

    Played the Crackdown 2 demo last night. I completely agree with everything Hilden had to say here. The thing with open world games is that in each iteration we are given something new. I believe that it’s this new sense of exploration and context discovery that truly drives open world gamers. Imagine if Grand Theft Auto simply put you into the same city, but with a different character and story? While I might enjoy the storyline, I would miss the exploartion and appreciation of the new environment.

    In fact they DID do just that with “The Ballad of Gay Tony” and the other DLC installments. The main difference here is they DIDN’T charge us $60 for that new storyline.

    I LOVED Crackdown and I must admit that Crackdown 2 makes me want to go an FINISH the original as I still need to do that. If anyone would like to join me in such a venture, please look me up. I’ll be doing that until they drop the price to $30-$40 where I think this game needs to be.

  6. awesomo316 says:

    @John – true, sadly that is probably her finest work. I know the entire nation was scared that Practical Magic would erase the memory of BMX Bandits.

  7. Ian (DJI) says:

    my my, what an informative episode. Good job, you journalistic journalists you.

    haha, 5 years. How did you let that happen?

  8. BenFromOhio says:

    Wow, episode was great. Actually sounded like a game podcast. New games and everything, i dont know what to do with myself.

  9. fluffy_nuts says:

    I’ve never seen bmx bandits so with the exception of that hasn’t every movie old plastic face has been in been shit

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