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PB & Jason Issue 91: Bang! Boom! Fireworks!

Join Jason in the hunt for a solid Fourth of July video game.

This week's PB & Jason has a focus on fireworks! Well, maybe not fireworks exactly, but rather the Fourth of July, the USA's Independence Day. Expect to hear of a handful of video games that really get in the July 4th spirit with fireworks and, in the case of Metal Gear Solid 2, convoluted plots! For those of you looking for a little more than holidays, don't worry! I've packed PB & Jason 91 with a lot more, mostly centered around what video games I'd like to see in the future! Spoiler Alert: I mention the Ice Climbers. A lot. There's also some hype for the Zelda: Symphony of the Goddess concert I'll be attending in less than two weeks, as well as a little bit of discussion about a not-so-retro game I'm replaying: Dragon Quest IX. Click through to find listening and download links!

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07/06/2012 at 01:05 PM

I have plenty of space on my hard drive for Halo 4, but 8GB is still a ton of space. Installing the entirety of Oblivion and all its expansion packs takes up only 6GB on my HD at the moment. With Halo 4's 8GB I'll still have over 100GB left, so I don't have to worry, but I still don't understand why it takes up so much space. That amount of space will absolutely kill the people with the old 20GB 360s. Back when I had my old white 360 I use to stress out over finding space and downloading a game trial that was like 500MB. Halo 4 being 8GB would take that stress to a whole new level for people that don't have the space to spare.

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