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The Nitpixels Podcast Episode 29: Krogan Vanguard is the only correct answer « Nitpixels

The Nitpixels Podcast Episode 29: Krogan Vanguard is the only correct answer

The Nitpixels Podcast returns this week with your hosts Mathew McCurley, Matthew Rossi, and Alex Ziebart. This week’s discussion topics include:

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  • http://twitter.com/MattCare Matt Care

    Rossi’s just epic

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_3B4FWJC7VZ5NXF7Q5TR5WFTPWE Tom

    After at least 30 minutes of searching I’ve been unable to find it, but I remember reading that Franklin wished he had been born 200 or 300 years later than he had been.

  • http://twitter.com/zincus J. Thomas Maitland

    Re: Mass Effect 3 Multiplayer

    From the FAQ linked in the show notes, “Character progression, weapon upgrading and leveling up is present in co-op. We’ll release more information on this topic in the months leading up to launch.” 

    Anyone else thinking this may be Bioware dipping it’s toe in Mass Effect MMO waters? Gauging people’s interest in playing characters other than Shepard: Krogan Vanguards, etc.


    *Rocks back and forth in the fetal position, humming to himself*

  • http://twitter.com/gnu2000 gnu2000

    With regard to McCurley’s image-editing issues with iOS, give Photoshop Express a go:


    The couple of times I’ve used it it’s been really handy for cropping and other basic stuff.

  • james robinson

    I’m with you Alex. I don’t like to play a FPS with a controller. Have to have a mouse to aim with!
    I love the 360 controller, and use it on lots of games. And for Rossi; most games I have on Steam that were also on Xbox have an option to use the 360 controller in the options. Assassins Creed, Bastion, Bioshock, Trine, and I think Portal. They clone the controls from the Xbox and don’t require any special setup.

  • Anonymous

    Great episode as usual guys.

    Has Sacco completely disappeared from this podcast though?

  • http://www.facebook.com/ConfidentHorizons Travis Grahl Cole

    I would listen to you guys talk about anything. I think this every week while listening at work, and it’s true even when im sitting at home. I encourage random podcasts, talking, and lunacy in abundance!

  • Eric Rullmann

    Nitpixel success story: after hearing Mat go on and on about League of Legends for the millionth time I decided to try it out.  And it’s as awesome if not more so than Mat has led me to believe.  Dominion is probably my favorite mode, but classic isn’t bad either.  Glad I finally tried it out. 

  • nathan eisenmenger

    My school has decided to get every student an iPad 2 this year. What we all thought was going to be super cool and the teachers were psyched about ended up kind of flopping. The one big positive is being able to type papers and do research from the comfort of your desk, but as you can probably guess, just about every kid has decided to load it up with games, and many peoples grades are dropping from playing games instead of doing school work. Long comment is long, but thought i’d give an inside look