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PixlTalk Episode 14: We're Alive!

After a verrrrry long hiatus, the staff reunites to discuss what they've been playing and a bit o' news.

Yes, you read right, we are alive and back in action. After a long and much needed break, the staff has reunited to produce the fourteenth episode of PixlTalk.

Jason kicks the episode off with talk of his new PlayStation Network titles including the PixelJunk series, Braid, Critter Cruch, Flower and fl0w. Luke follows up with the lowdown on the Madcatz Tatsunoko fighting stick, as well as his impressions on the Wii fighter.

Chessa talks about New Play Control! Pikmin 2 and Fatal Frame while Nick closes the segment with his impressions of the original No More Heroes.

The show is ended with a short second segment full of news and rambling.

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Edited by Nick DiMola

Music by Andy McKee



Jason Ross Senior Editor

02/08/2010 at 03:37 AM

I definitely don't see anything about Let's Catch on the site... I was hoping to read a little about it!

My roommate's mother actually played Phantom Hourglass, and just got pretty much stuck at the very end of it. She doesn't play many games, but I remember he being a top-notch Dr. Mario player back on the NES. She's done Brain Age, and now Phantom Hourglass, but I don't know of anything else.

I can barely get my parents to play various Sudoku things in Brain Age, so I still don't know how he does it...

Matt R Staff Alumnus

02/09/2010 at 05:52 PM

NWR is crazy for The Conduit. I think it's the oasis in the desert factor playing out (no other decent FPS's on the system).

As for my Angry Girl Gamer idea that is sure to translate into a ton of youtube hits, you're welcome. Really though, I don't know what your niche should be. Since you don't have time for frequent news updates, the specialized stuff, like SSBB+ or developer interviews seem like the way to go.

Chessa DiMola Assistant Director

02/09/2010 at 10:07 PM

I feel like the Angry Girl Gamer might be treading on the Angry Video Game Nerd's turf too much. Maybe we'll just start doing playbits where I only play games that piss me off.

Although, I might need to wallpaper the room in cushy fabric first...

Lukasz Balicki Staff Alumnus

02/10/2010 at 06:07 AM

@Zap I always thought that IGN was the biggest cheerleaders for The Conduit, hell they are listed in the game's credits.

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