The GamerSushi Show, Ep 39: Ameri-Cast

Episode 39 of the GamerSushi Show happens to be Canadian-less, so I’m sure that’s going to make it a lot better for you guys to listen to. I kid, I kid. Mitch had a fancy radio show to take care of, so the rest of us tackled the week in gaming all by our lonesome selves. I will suggest that it’s merely coincidence that it’s one of the more fluid casts we’ve ever recorded.

As always, we cover a variety of topics. One of these happened accidentally and might become a regular feature that is sure to make you guys rage quit our site and go find your gaming entertainment elsewhere – Six Minutes with RE 6. It’s just what it sounds like. And it’s awesome by association with the greatest gaming franchise of all time.

Beyond that, we tackle Uncharted 3 and Arkham City. And then we play a game of Percentages, where we rank the chances of a number of pending news items and if they’re likely to go down. I’m pretty sure you all know the drill by this point: Eddy wins and makes some fantastic points while the others talk nonsense.

Listen up, rate the podcast and enjoy, everyone.

00:00:25 Intro
00:01:30 Six Minutes with RE 6
00:08:08 TMNT/Batman Arkham City
00:19:43 The Death of XBL points
00:26:08 Uncharted 3
00:53:17 Assassin’s Creed
00:58:44 Gametime!
00:59:26 Chances Xbox’s next console has anti-used game tech?
01:14:46 Chances Nintendo rebrands Wii U?
01:24:24 Chances HBO develops a series based on Indie Game: The Movie?
01:37:03 Outro

The Big Question: What chances do you give to these events happening? What are some of your thoughts on Uncharted 3? Is Batman really as good as we think it is?

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2 thoughts on “The GamerSushi Show, Ep 39: Ameri-Cast”

  1. The Steam App is out of Beta and open to everyone now. Works pretty smoothly.

    I actually really liked Desmond in Assassin’s Creed and the stuff that happened outside the Animus. It’s why AC2 wasn’t quite as good for me, and I’ve been reluctant to play anything past that thus far.

    HBO’s 24/7 is absolutely awesome. Everything they touch they make incredible. Even if you don’t like Boxing or Hockey or whatever they happen to cover, it’s just top shelf all around.

    Quick Podcast fun-fact: You mentioned X-Files and Breaking Bad in the same cast! Vince Gilligan created Breaking Bad and was also the Executive Producer on X-Files along with writing a few of the episodes. Whooh!!

    Still haven’t played Batman… Ugh.

    Another great cast.

  2. Loved the cast as usual. To kinda go over my thoughts on a couple of issues:

    Screw TMNT, I want Rocksteady on Watchmen. They already have the DC license, and the different gameplay each character could provide would be awesome.

    Patch or no, I’ve always kinda disliked Uncharted’s gunplay. The story (mainly the Sully and Nate stuff) along with the set pieces are what made it my favorite of the series.

    Just a quick note Eddy, Forza is so damn expensive still because we can hardly keep it in stock new, much less used lol. There’s a benefit to download only, don’t have to worry about supply.

    I definitely think Nintendo could change the name of the Wii U. I was at E3 last year when they unveiled it, and all of us on the show floor couldn’t really tell what it was and what it was going for (and we were staring right at it! Imagine a consumer’s point of view). Also, with the fact that many people are finding a hard time seeing a huge difference between the Wii and the WiiU and why they should invest, I would guess they do a title like the Wii 2, where it is obvious the Wii U is the next gen Wii. Thanks to Apple and many other companies putting an “S” or any other single letter after you product usually symbolizes that it’s the same product with just some added tweaks. A viewpoint Nintendo certainly doesn’t want.

    I can’t wait to see Indy Game: The Movie, everything I see about it looks great and the fact that HBO shows interest in something like this goes to show how far the industry has gone.

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