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PB & Jason Issue 106: A Very Spooky PB & Jason

It's Halloween! Listen to find out how PB & Jason celebrate the holiday.

This week's PB & Jason features a list and description of game titles just perfect for Halloween! Games with costumes, games with suspense, and even games that feature ghosts and never-ending mazes! That's right, PB & Jason is chock full of various games fit for Halloween. Even better? The list fore-goes the normal Halloween survival-horror fare. Stay tuned after all the Halloween candy to hear about a few announcements involving spaceships and dragons, respectively, as well as a little bit of talk involving gaming on a Windows 8 machine. Click through for the download and streaming links!

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Jason Ross Senior Editor

11/07/2012 at 08:04 PM

Terrifying news campers. My old mic has just about had it. I've accidentally torn up its stand, and every few minutes, the cable will jostle loose and drop whatever is being said without it. I bought a new microphone, an even more awesome microphone. Sadly, the one I was sent was defective. It came in the mail today. I'm returning it for a working unit. Until then, PB & Jason? It most likely won't happen. Sorry! D:

Kathrine Theidy Feature Writer

11/08/2012 at 07:08 PM

How tragic! Now no one will get to hear about Halo 4 controvercies!

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