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The Nitpixels Podcast Episode 17: Girl talk « Nitpixels

The Nitpixels Podcast Episode 17: Girl talk


The Nitpixels Podcast returns this week with your hosts Matthew Rossi, Mat McCurley, and special guest Nico Deyo. Very exciting, I know. This week’s discussion is almost entirely about women in video games and the video game industry.

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  • http://twitter.com/tjlakjtlkajtltt ajtlkajtlkj

    Let’s talk about how the special guest turns men gay because she looks like this: 
    There’s your slut

    http://i840.photobucket.com/albums/zz326/DbleO/thread-2.png

  • http://twitter.com/jalktjalktjalkt atka;ltk;l

    Isn’t that “guest” sexy?

    http://i840.photobucket.com/albums/zz326/DbleO/thread-2.png

    Someone needs to staple that v@gina.

  • http://twitter.com/GeekyGR Gerald Rogers

    Wasn’t Bloodrayne popular during that hilarious age when video game graphics were becoming realistic enough to use sex to sell half baked titles? Those were creepy, blocky, pixellated times. It wouldn’t be so bad if the games weren’t terribly awkward and cynically marketed.  

    • Phil Babby

      Yes, I seem to remember FHM putting Aki Ross from the FF movie in their magazine when that came out as well, which would be 2000/2001 I think.  I think it was a mixture of kids who grew up from NES coming into college age, as well as the big graphical leaps we were getting.

  • http://twitter.com/gnu2000 gnu2000

    It’s interesting that the whole Prototype/Infamous thing came up. Since Infamous was a PS3 exclusive, Prototype was your only dicking-about-in-a-city choice if you had a 360 or PC.