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GameCritics.com Podcast Episode 125: Club Nintendo and Generation 8 Year In Review

We've had over a year with the new generation of consoles, and we take a look at who is providing the best playing experience for our hard earned money. Spoiler: it's not Ubisoft. Plus we talk a little bit about the closing of Club Nintendo and revisit one of our favorite topics from yesteryear in the Games that Made Us, this time focused two of our best friends. Featuring Richard Naik, Chi Kong Lui, Brad Gallaway, Mike Suskie, and Aaron "the Iron Man."

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The Detail, Episode 1: Where The Dead Lie Review

Future Uncertain

The Detail

HIGH The wonderful art design.

LOW We get it, he hates his job...

WTF Don't detectives have more strategies than "good cop, bad cop"?

GameCritics.com Podcast Episode 124: Review Scores and The Hook

The crew talks about the recent decision by Joystiq to ditch review scores (note: this episode was recorded BEFORE the unfortunate announcement of Joystiq's closure), plus we tackle an old question: how long should one give a game to get good, i.e. the "hook" moment? Featuring Sinan Kubba, Chi Kong Lui, Brad Gallaway, Richard Naik, and Anne Lee.

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Sword Art Online: Hollow Fragment Review

The word "Hollow" applies to more than the title

Sword Art Online

HIGH: Stays true to the anime.

LOW: Repetitive combat, horrible translation, lack of online multiplayer, terrible camera

WTF: Why does everyone want to sleep with Kirito?

Never Alone Review

Brave the Blizzard

Never Alone

HIGH: Successfully reaching the top of the ice giant's body.

LOW: Several cheap deaths in the second half.

WTF: The chattering of the Little People make them sound like minions from Despicable Me.

Tales From Deep Space Review

That suitcase packs a hell of a punch

Tales From Deep Space

HIGH Cute aesthetics

LOW Not a whole lot of variety

WTF Why is every lift in the station on the fritz?

GameCritics.com Podcast Episode 123: Game of the Year 2014 Spectacular

Lights! Camera! Horrible Skype updates! As 2014 comes to a close, the crew reflects on the highs, the lows, the really lows, and the really really lows. Plus, it's our closest, most exciting Game of the Year vote yet. Featuring Richard Naik, Brad Gallaway, Tim Spaeth, Dan Weissenberger, and Sinan Kubba.

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