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00:00-Show Intro
05:25-Drunk Dials
19:29-Discussion Segment: Post-Holiday Loot Breakdown
39:33-Retro Review: Time Lord (NES)
43:21-Lightning Round
1:00:34-The Last Shot
1:01:52-Show Close

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DGR: 12.26.2010

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4 Responses to Drunken Gamers Radio: 12.26.2010

  1. Ryker XL says:

    I too received NBA Jam as a gift. It’s a great game, but not wirth $50. It’s much closer to a $20 title is you ask me.

  2. carrotpanic says:

    I tried NBA Jam at a friend’s house…it’s not my favorite in the series. As far as polygonal NBA Jams, Showtime is still my choice. NBA Jam on Wii has a slow, plodding pace and is strangely defensively oriented. I didn’t enjoy the wiimote controls, and had to make do with the sideways wiimote, which makes you do some finger calisthenics due to lack of buttons. Perhaps a classic controller would have done me some good…

  3. Evil Neil says:

    Dude, you guys were way too harsh on the Wii version of Goldeneye. I got it over Xmas and I think it’s great fun especially considering the mostly shit library on the Wii.

    And yes, I’m an old fart like you guys that played the original in college. Either play with the Classic Controller (regular version or Pro) or the Gamecube controller and grab a few beers. Good times either online or off.

    I will say though that the fact that there’s no unlockables in the single player mode sucks.

  4. John says:

    I don’t remember exactly what we said about it, but my biggest disappointment was that we couldn’t play the original multiplayer levels; or at least updates of the originals. The new multiplayer levels really didn’t seem too interesting. It was kind of a bummer because I bought that game for Moe hoping the three of us could sit down every week and relive some old memories from when we were roommates in college by playing those levels. Ah well, it’s still a decent game. Just not what I expected.

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