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Nerds Without Pants Episode 80: It's Like GTA Meets...

It's an open world. We just play in it.

Welcome to another episode of Nerds Without Pants! We have our first topic episode in ages, thanks to a thought-provoking blog from regular listener transmet2033. Before that, we of course have Consumption Junction.

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Nerds Without Pants Spoils Batman: Arkham Knight

I'm Batman!

Welcome to the second ever spoiler cast from Nerds Without Pants! JD and John "Friend of the Show" Gholson join Julian to spoil the ever-loving crap out of Arkham Knight. While all three participants agree that they love this game, there are some criticisms, from story choices to character designs and of course that controversial Batmobile implementation. The coversation closes out with conjecture on what Rocksteady's next game could be. If you haven't finished Arkham Knight yet you'll want to skip this episode. But come back once you do, because it's a great discussion.

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Nerds Without Pants Episode 75: Leather-Clad Nerds

Happy anniversary, NWP!

Welcome, welcome, to the 75th episode of Nerds Without Pants! It's a monumental occasion, as we are also celebrating our third year anniversary. We celebrate in bombastic fashion, with an epic episode full of surprises and hilarity. If you can make it to the end of this three and a half hour monster we love you.

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Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor Review

He is the snake to my mongoose. Or the mongoose to my snake. Either way, it’s bad. I don’t know animals.

I could write a perfectly standard review of Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor. I could go point by point and explain how this is a third person action game with heavy emphasis on stealth and melee combat in the vein of Batman: Arkham Asylum/City. I could talk about the great graphics and the satisfying fighting mechanics, and how some of the stiff animation and problems with context-sensitive button prompts are the reason why it doesn’t get five stars. I could do all of that and you would have a good idea of what Shadow of Mordor is, but you wouldn’t understand what makes it new and special. So I have a different idea.

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