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PB & Jason Issue 122: Is a Kinect Worth Over $2,000 and Your Dignity?

Let's make a deal, I'll sell you a Kinect for $500 and you can say you won it from me.

This week's PB & Jason was recorded in front of a live studio audience. Or it wasn't. I can say this: No one's ever lost money playing a carnival game to listen to PB & Jason. I'm not sure if I should be proud or saddened by that fact. To know what I'm talking about, you'll have to click through to listen to the podcast.

Also in this issue: The potential upside to avoiding an E3 press conference, Virtual Console blues, and Luigi's Mansion 2.


 

Comments

Super Step Contributing Writer

05/07/2013 at 11:46 AM

I'm a smart person and I agree about the intelligent frugality behind Nintendo Direct.

Jason Ross Senior Editor

05/08/2013 at 10:32 PM

Good news, bad news podcast time! The good news? I didn't put off making PB & Jason this week, and I started working on show prep and all that in a timely manner. The bad news is that I just don't feel like I've found enough for a show to be produced today, despite things like what's going on with EA, exclusive licensing, and also the Wii U. I could probably sit there and talk a lot about video games and violence, but at this point, it would mostly be redundant from what you've heard already. Given those are the two main things I've found, I'm going to wait one more day before making this week's PB & Jason.

For once, it wasn't due to procrastination, but rather, low inspiration. I have some ideas to come up with some compelling stuff I can use to beef up the issue if it comes to it, but they need a little more time in the easy-bake oven that is my mind.

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