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PB & Jason Issue 98: Elusive Albino Controllers

I very much want one of those white GameCube controllers, and I'm not completely sure why!

This week's PB & Jason deals with stores. Online stores specifically. Online stores and odd things with box arts, pricings, and, of course, the white GameCube controller I've recently discovered. Beyond that, there's mention of the upcoming PAX Prime, coming next weekend. PlayStation Vita firmware updates abound, as well. Now you can play PlayStation titles on your PSV! Oh, that's if it's on a specific list of nine games or you have a PlayStation 3 to send over some games. Also, the ability comes at the cost of one PSN account per PSV memory card. Wuh oh. Click through for the download and streaming links!

PB & Jason is recorded in front of a live studio audience every Wednesday. For ticket information, please email jason@pixlbit.com.


 

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Jason Ross Senior Editor

09/02/2012 at 11:13 PM

For the record, I found a reason to buy the controller. I'll be discussing it on the next PB & Jason.

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