The Nitpixels Podcast Episode 6: All roads lead to Dragon Age



The Nitpixels Podcast returns this week with your hosts Alex Ziebart, Matthew Rossi, and Mat McCurley. Mike Sacco is out yet again this week, and I’m starting to doubt his claims of a bad internet connection. I assume he’s just ashamed of being heard in public with us.

This week the Nitpixels crew discuses…

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  • http://twitter.com/orkchop Orkchop

    Gah! Now I have to remember what I did to the heretic Geth. I don’t think I could bring myself to brainwash them. Even if my thinking was ‘right’. I did do a second play through just to stop the war between the Geth and the Quarians, though.

    And I can’t believe Alex killed the Rachni! Maybe it’s because I read Ender’s Game, but reading about them as if they were history and then finding and saving them was one of my favorite parts of the series.

    Maybe I’ll do one more play through right before 3 comes out, to make sure I have everything perfect. Heh, I just hope it don’t accidentally import the play through where EVERYONE died, including Shepard, because it was on Insanity.

    • Alex Ziebart

      If a bug is alive, I will do everything in my power to kill it.

    • Wolfgang

      It’s not because you read Ender’s Game. I read that too.

      Toast the buggers.