The GamerSushi Show, Ep 15: Slunk!

It’s the first podcast of the new year! The year isn’t all that new anymore, but we finally got off our butts and chatted about video games. In this edition, we were careful to avoid recapping 2010 (again) and looking forward too far into 2011 (again), and instead just talked about what we’re playing and some stuff that’s been rattling around our mostly empty brains.

In order to achieve that ultimate state of full disclosure, I must say that we actually recorded this the week before last with the intention of releasing it last week, but stuff happens and we didn’t get to it. So, it’s new to you, and should get us back on our regularly scheduled podcast programming. I know you’ve just been dying to hear our nasally voices.

For some reason, I was either hyper or bored, and by the end of the podcast I was in a bit of a rare form. It’s the form that Daniel and Nick know best from when I goofed around on the set of WZ or in the making of Leet World. Since I haven’t listened to it just yet, I’m not sure if it’s been immortalized in podcast form. If it is, don’t say I didn’t warn you.

Anywho, hope you guys enjoy, and be sure to rate the podcast on iTunes!


Happy New Year
Dead Space 2 and Favorite Video Game Demos
Dragon Age 2 and the Question Mark

Over/Under: Predicting Spring Scores
Dead Space 2
Killzone 3
Dragon Age 2
Crysis 2
Fear 3

The Big Question: Do you agree with our over/under assessments? What scores do you predict for these Spring games? Go!

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4 thoughts on “The GamerSushi Show, Ep 15: Slunk!”

  1. Great show as usual guys. And I have to defend Mitch, the Dragon Age 2 line was pretty long. Two painful hours long, to be exact. Jeff and Eddy rest assured that the combat in DA2 is much more fluid, like each time you press an attack it instantly happens rather than waiting for your character to shuffle his/her feet a bit.

  2. Great (broken) podcast guys I really enjoy your discussions this week. On the topic of dragon age 2 I really hope that they make the gameplay better for consoles but still keep it slightly dragon age and try not to mass effect it too much. All in all I enjoyed the podcast keep up the great work.

  3. Great podcast guys! Also, Eddy: STOP BREAKING IT! lol
    With regards to Dragon Age 2, I preordered it based on the trailers, previews and my love of the first one. It just sounds like a move in the right direction with everything they change. If a demo comes out for it I shall ignore it because a) I’ve already committed to buying it and b) Bioware have won my trust. In other words I’m confident they won’t fuck it up.
    I really enjoyed the chat about the horror movies. Eddy, I pull the old head scratch trick too. I’m terrible wkth horror and, at times, even spoof horror!
    Keep it up guys, you made my yesterday.

  4. Thanks for the comments, guys.

    @SK Beans I guess we can forgive Mitch if the line was actually that long. I have no doubt I’ll play the game regardless, even with some of the last lingering fears I’ve got about it.

    @Skuba Exactly what you said about Bioware earning trust. I think they’ve got the benefit of the doubt, and their games only seem to get better each time as a result.

    I’m glad I’m not the only one that does the head scratching trick. It helps!

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