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PB & Jason Issue 112: Direct Feedback

Not everyone on the internet was happy about yesterday's Nintendo Direct.

This week's PB & Jason focuses on two things: Ni no Kuni and Wednesday's Nintendo Direct. Expect to hear my evolving viewpoint on Level 5 and Studio Ghibli's hotly anticipated RPG in the next few weeks. Before I get ahead of myself, plan for an episode where I mostly rant about the media's editorials in response to yesterday's Nintendo Direct. Click through for the listening and download links!

Make sure you tune into this week's PB & Jason! You may just have a lot of fun! Tune in next Wednesday for the more PB & J goodness!


 

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Jason Ross Senior Staff

01/25/2013 at 01:33 AM Reply | Permalink | Report

You're probably wondering why I chose a V8 as the article image here. It's because they often stare at produce in Nintendo Direct. Now you can stare at it when you listen to PB & Jason!

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