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GameCritics.com Podcast Episode 8

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We celebrate the new year (four weeks late) by previewing 2009's most (and least) anticipated releases. Plus, we tell you why you need to play the Community Games gem CarneyVale Showtime, and is Midnight Club Los Angeles worth a second look? Don't forget to stay after the show for a little something we call "GameCritics Unleashed."

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Give up already guys.

Give up already guys. Please.

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You guys aren't filling a void. You *are* the void.

You can usually tell how

You can usually tell how useless a comment is going to be by how creatively the poster tries to lay it out. Hell, more time and thought is obviously put into planning how to do that than actual worthwhile criticism or feedback.

Anyways, I have to say that this was a great podcast... in the final few minutes. :D In that unscripted back and forth, I learned more about your stances on the Wii, opinions on games of 2009 and the Wii (yeah I know I wrote it twice).

I'm not saying you should stop the review/discussion pieces--I really liked Mike's Need for Speed segment--but GameCritics Unleashed had more energy and wit than the last few podcasts combined.

More GameCritics unleashed please!

Dale Weir wrote: I'm not

Dale Weir wrote:

I'm not saying you should stop the review/discussion pieces--I really liked Mike's Need for Speed segment--but GameCritics Unleashed had more energy and wit than the last few podcasts combined.

More GameCritics unleashed please!

Agreed. The team recongized something right took place in the outtakes which is why we published it. That's not to say that will be model, but the energy level and candidness is something we hope we can bring to podcast in general.

Andrew, Andrew, Andrew. I am

Andrew, Andrew, Andrew. I am glad you took time to take your Wii remote out from your ass to write a message fitting of a moron. "oh yes, i went there"

Anyway...Great podcast guys, I have only been listening for a few episodes but i find it entertaining and informative. I stumbled across this site recently and i find you have some of the most mature and well throughout reviews of any sites that i visit and it's a breath of fresh air. I love your second opinion reviews also.

Oh, and Brad Gallaway. You are my kind of gamer. Like myself, most games I play I get little enjoyment from, but when something new, innovative and compelling comes along it makes it all worth it. I though I was the only person who though of World of Goo as more than just a little distraction. It's a brilliant game and great to see you guys give it the recognition it deserves.

Anyway Adios.

Thanks for the kind words,

Thanks for the kind words, Shane. Hope you keep listening/reading, and shoot us your feedback (good OR bad) anytime.

And yeah, that description pretty much sounds like me. ; )

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