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The Nitpixels Podcast Episode 34: Star Wars: The Old Republic

The Nitpixels Podcast returns this week with your hosts Matthew Rossi, Alex Ziebart, and Mat McCurley. This week is all Star Wars, all the time. Here’s a shocker: we don’t hate it!

You can listen to the podcast in the embedded player below, download it directly via the link below, or download and subscribe via iTunesNote: The iTunes store can take an extraordinarily long time to display new episodes on the podcast page. If you subscribe, it will download the episode for you, even though it may not immediately display on the page.

Do you have a question you would like to ask the Nitpixels crew? Have comments about the podcast? Email us at mailbag@nitpixels.com and we’ll answer it on the next edition of the Nitpixels Show if it strikes our fancy. You can also tweet any of us your questions — you can find our Twitter handles on the right-hand side of this very page (unless you’re on our mobile site).

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The Nitpixels Podcast Episode 22: GameStop = Satanism

The Nitpixels Podcast returns this week with your hosts Alex Ziebart, Mat McCurley, and Matthew Rossi. Michael Sacco is out this week because he donated his microphone to charity. Because podcast hosts don’t need microphones.

This week’s discussion topics include:

You can listen to the podcast in the embedded player below, download it directly via the link below, or download and subscribe via iTunesNote: The iTunes store can take an extraordinarily long time to display new episodes on the podcast page. If you subscribe, it will download the episode for you, even though it may not immediately display on the page.

Do you have a question you would like to ask the Nitpixels crew? Have comments about the podcast? Email us at mailbag@nitpixels.com and we’ll answer it on the next edition of the Nitpixels Show if it strikes our fancy. You can also tweet any of us your questions — you can find our Twitter handles on the right-hand side of this very page (unless you’re on our mobile site).

 

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The Nitpixels Podcast Episode 16: Fire hot

 

The Nitpixels Podcast returns this week with your hosts Alex Ziebart, Matthew Rossi, Mat McCurley, and Michael Sacco. We’re late again this week because man, sometimes a guy’s gotta get some sleep, you know?

This week’s discussion topics include:

You can listen to the podcast in the embedded player below, download it directly via the link below, or download and subscribe via iTunesNote: The iTunes store can take an extraordinarily long time to display new episodes on the podcast page. If you subscribe, it will download the episode for you, even though it may not immediately display on the page.

Do you have a question you would like to ask the Nitpixels crew? Have comments about the podcast? Email us at mailbag@nitpixels.com and we’ll answer it on the next edition of the Nitpixels Show if it strikes our fancy. You can also tweet any of us your questions — you can find our Twitter handles on the right-hand side of this very page (unless you’re on our mobile site).

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The Nitpixels Podcast Episode 12: Please don’t bet on Duke again

The Nitpixels Podcast returns this week with your hosts Alex Ziebart, Matthew Rossi and Mat McCurley. We ran slightly long this week, but many of you have been asking us for longer shows, so I can’t imagine that will be a real issue. This week our discussion topics include:

You can listen to the podcast in the embedded player below, download it directly via the link below, or download and subscribe via iTunesNote: The iTunes store can take an extraordinarily long time to display new episodes on the podcast page. If you subscribe, it will download the episode for you, even though it may not immediately display on the page.

Do you have a question you would like to ask the Nitpixels crew? Have comments about the podcast? Email us at mailbag@nitpixels.com and we’ll answer it on the next edition of the Nitpixels Show if it strikes our fancy. You can also tweet any of us your questions — you can find our Twitter handles on the right-hand side of this very page (unless you’re on our mobile site).

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The Nitpixels Podcast E3 Special: Konami, Microsoft, and EA


The Nitpixels Podcast kicks off its aural reactions to E3 today with our first E3 special, hosted by Mat McCurley and Alex Ziebart. These E3 specials will be shorter than our usual podcasts, which is probably for the best — you don’t want five hours of us running our mouths this week.

Today’s topics include:

  • From Konami’s E3 Pre-Show: Metal Gear Solid and Zone of Enders HD remakes, the latest Silent Hill, NeverDead, and Transfarring
  • From Microsoft’s Presentation:Halo remake, Halo 4, Gears of War 3, and a Kinect cornucopia
  • From EA’s Presentation: …pretty much just Mass Effect 3

You can listen to the podcast in the embedded player below, download it directly via the link below, or download and subscribe via iTunesNote: The iTunes store can take an extraordinarily long time to display new episodes on the podcast page. If you subscribe, it will download the episode for you, even though it may not immediately display on the page.

Do you have a question you would like to ask the Nitpixels crew? Have comments about the podcast? Email us at mailbag@nitpixels.com and we’ll answer it on the next edition of the Nitpixels Show if it strikes our fancy. You can also tweet any of us your questions — you can find our Twitter handles on the right-hand side of this very page (unless you’re on our mobile site).

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Sims Medieval: The Sims take a turn for the RPG

I truly believe that the Sims games have something to offer every type of gamer. There is no correct way to play the game and it offers so many options that absolutely anybody can find some form of entertainment within. You can play the predetermined scenarios if you’re looking for RPG-style gameplay. If you want to build something, you can set a budget for yourself and create an estate for your sims. If you want to start from nothing and work your way up, you can create a custom family and make something from nothing. If you don’t want a deep experience and simply want to be wacky, you have that option, too. Murder an entire family in increasingly bizarre ways? Try to break a man’s psyche? Steal all of the neighbors’ lawn gnomes? Impregnate an entire city’s population? Go wild. The Sims provides entertainment in spades for any player that picks up the game.

The announcement of Sims Medieval caught my interest immediately. Come on. It’s The Sims with knights, bards and wizards. How cool is that? Building keeps and castles with the Sims‘ robust construction and decoration tools? Yes, please! Despite Sims Medieval not receiving nearly as much hype juice as the core Sims titles, I’ve been following the game since I first took notice of it.

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