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Nerds Without Pants Episode 159: Nemesis

The enemy of my enemy is probably also my enemy because I have trust issues.

Welcome to a combative episode of Nerds Without Pants! This time, we are joined by Gabe, the host of the Arcade Memories podcast, and co-host of the Inter Party Conflict podcast. We get all warm and fuzzy about memories of our greatest video game foes…and then we annihilate them! Also, Clayfighter 63 1/3 takes on Killer Instinct Gold in the steel cage, so, you know, that should be an interesting match…

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Nerds Without Pants Episode 158: Conspiracy Nerds

Hey, we're just asking questions.

Break out the tin-foil hats and buckle up, kids, because Nerds Without Pants is taking you on the conspiracy theory train! That’s right, we delve into all manner of rumors, speculations, and outright lies regarding video games. We hope you’ll join us for this jam-packed Stage Select topic, and then stick around to see who comes out on top in the steel cage when Half-Life 2 goes toe to toe with Halo 2!

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Dungeon Hearts Review

There’s definite magic at play in this concoction.

Does the world need another match-three puzzle game? Most definitely not! But, hey, Dungeon Hearts got made anyway, and it’s actually pretty cool. Conjoining a fast-paced action RPG with the heretofore played out match-three puzzle concept is a pretty slick way to innovate on two formulas we’ve had our fill of. Mixing the two together adds extra tension to the color matching bits and a real need for skill and practice in the combat.  This well balanced combo makes for an addictive puzzler that I keep coming back to even though I am terrible at it.

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Live PlayBit Tonight: Super Mario Bros. 3 Part 2

Beginning somewhere in World 5, join Jason as he plays through more of Super Mario Bros. 3.

Click through to catch the replay!

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Live PlayBit Tonight: Super Mario Bros. 3

Join Jason Ross to watch the replay of one of the most popular games of all-time!

We've all played this one (I hope). Super Mario Bros. 3. It's one of the top-selling games of all time, even before being rereleased. Mario first dons a power-up that lets him fly, there are colorful, challenging stages that are well designed, and there's even something of a fun and interesting narrative throughout the game. SMB 3 is a classic, and now I invite you to join me as I play through some of Super Mario Bros. 3.

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Sega Acquires Three Rings Design

The Spiral Knights developer is now part of Sega's entourage.

Sega has bought developer Three Rings Design. The San Francisco company is known for their MMO Puzzle Pirates and for the critically successful Spiral Knights. Currently, Three Rings Design is developing an MMO based on Doctor Who.

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Monday PlayBit: The Legend of Zelda: Four Swords Adventures

The PlayBit is over, watch the rerun for the first two worlds of Four Swords Adventures. The first stage or so was cut off from the recording for some reason, but enjoy the rest!

Never had a chance to try out Four Swords Adventures with a few friends? Have no fear! Bradley, Chris, and Jason are here! The trio will be playing as Link, Link, and Link in the less-common GameCube Zelda title. We've played through the first two stages, tune in below!

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Dynasty Warriors 7 Review

I’m still amazed at just how much better a similar spin-off game is.

I’ll be honest; I don’t know much about the history of the Dynasty Warriors series, so I can’t provide you a comprehensive look at the differences from the last iteration of the series. From what I understand, there have been a number of improvements, including a more directed story experience with better character development, better graphics, more varied characters, and the inclusion of weapon machinery that can be utilized in battle. From a newcomer’s perspective, the additions don’t seem to make the game very interesting. Players can expect hours upon hours of grinding through underpowered enemies with little to break up the experience and keep it fresh. Having played the game side by side with Samurai Warriors: Chronicles, it’s clear that Dynasty Warriors doesn’t have the same flair as its spin-off series.

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