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Push Start to Continue Episode 9: Food is Better with Kinect Edition

Not only is pizza better with Kinect, it renders all other ordering methods obsolete.

In this edition of Push Start to Continue Jesse talks a bit about the PixlBrew experiment and just a few impressions of his experience with BioShock: Infinite thus far.  And many games are discussed, like Star Fox 64 and its rumble pack, Soul Hackers, Professor Layton, Luigi’s Mansion and more!  And, of course, we couldn’t help but discuss how pizza delivery is better with Kinect.

Interested?  Then hit that play button!

Music courtesy of...

Intro: Densmore by Anamanaguchi

Outro: St. Walker by Young The Giant

Got questions or comments for the crew?  Hit us up on Twitter! 

Jesse: @Id10t_Savant

Mike: @Off_The_Wally

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Julian Titus Senior Editor

04/25/2013 at 01:59 PM

I got a VHS tape for Donkey Kong Country. At the very end of the tape, someone walked into a dark room where people were playing Killer Instinct on the Ultra 64. It's probably 3 seconds worth of footage, but I probably watched it over 100 times. Nintendo's propaganda campaign back then was amazing.

Jesse Miller Staff Writer

04/25/2013 at 02:14 PM

I actually remember the Donkey Kong Country one now too.  I watched the crap out of that.  Wish I still had those tapes....

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Angelo Grant Staff Writer

04/26/2013 at 01:30 PM


04/26/2013 at 01:35 PM

Console,bring me pizza for I am your GOD! Me a narcissist? Wherever did you pick up that notion? lol.


06/16/2013 at 01:12 AM

Anamanaguchi = win! I'm sad I'm at work and can't scope your podcast. ;_;

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