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    RPGCast - Episode 199: "I Suck as a Human"

    RPGCast - Episode 199: "I Suck as a Human"

    There is a place where epic battles with fierce dragons and fearsome giants unfold. There is a place where adventures untold and riches unending await. This isn't that place, but we'll keep you company until Skyrim comes out next week.

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    Best episode title name ever.

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    Good blurb Chris
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    I didn't learn anything! MasterChief's Avatar
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    First off, Peach did INDEED use parasols in SMRPG. I can't think of any game barring the Smash Bros. series where she busted out a frying pan, really.

    Second, regarding Sony finally correcting the problem of game sharing, Manny sounds like he has himself a huge entitlement complexes. Maybe you all forgot how horrible transferring from 360 to 360 for downloadable games was (and in many ways still is) because Sony's the hot new negative article, but in the end, I've no sympathy. You guys are the ones who want all-digital, you guys can deal with the headaches.

    Lastly, damn, this coming week is gonna be BUSY for me. Modern Warfare 3 and Skyrim in the same week? Woooooooo, that's harsh.

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    She used a frying pan in SMRPG. It was her best weapon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paws View Post
    She used a frying pan in SMRPG. It was her best weapon.
    Indeed it was and she epicly smashed face with it too. Didn't she also hit Mario with it in one of the games too?
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    I didn't learn anything! MasterChief's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paws View Post
    She used a frying pan in SMRPG. It was her best weapon.
    Yep, apparently she had both. I do love how she also had two gloves for slapping enemies with. VERY princess-y.

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    Awright. I don't post very often, but just wanted to comment that it's always nice to hear one of the old guard, Mikel, back on RPGCast again. For me, he's been a big miss in recent months as I've always enjoy his dry take on things, as well as his ability to rile Chris, seemingly without even trying. And gotta give respect to him for taking the War in the North ambush on the chin! More Mike in the future plzzzz

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    yeah sorry, guys. It's really hard for me to maintain a release schedule for a podcast I don't actually produce.


    That said I do have two other podcasts (links in the signature), neither of which has missed an update in the past 5 months.

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    What are your plans for Ep 200? Gonna have a master panel again like on 100? That rocked. Get Lusi, Ethos and 7th in here.
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    Chris, after listening to your opinion of War in the North, I'm going to repeat my assertion from 4 months ago that you really should try out Dungeon Siege 3. Well-designed, fun-to-play character classes, lots of loot, and a decent story. And shockingly enough for an Obsidian game, it's polished.

    And Manny didn't do a good job defending New Vegas. It's not all about the guns. It's all about the quests. I felt that Fallout 3 was very much a Bethesda (which is to say, Elder Scrolls) game. The fun to be had in that game was the exploration (which is why I never used fast-travel). New Vegas, on the other hand, feels like a Black Isle Studios game, once you get past the first-person viewpoint and semi real-time combat. It's all about the story and the sidequests. The exploration element was there, but I didn't hesitate to fast-travel between locations because I was enjoying the questing so much, I wanted to cut out the travel time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mathiu View Post
    Awright. I don't post very often, but just wanted to comment that it's always nice to hear one of the old guard, Mikel, back on RPGCast again. For me, he's been a big miss in recent months as I've always enjoy his dry take on things, as well as his ability to rile Chris, seemingly without even trying. And gotta give respect to him for taking the War in the North ambush on the chin! More Mike in the future plzzzz
    Thanks for the compliments. It's always been real life conflicts that keep me off the 'cast, not the lack of wanting to be there. I hope to make more shows in the future.

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