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Nerds Without Pants Episode 229: Little Idiots

It's a kitty!

Hey there! It’s another episode of Nerds Without Pants. Like ten of you are really happy. This one is coming in hot because Julian is a lazy piece of crap, so no time for detailed notes. We talk about our favorite cameos in video games, Stray, Titanfall 2, and more.

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Nerds Without Pants Episode 224: Maximum Feet

Japanese military high school, or Japanese murder high school. Choose!

Welcome to the return of Stage Select on Nerds Without Pants! After the dust has settled on the Video Game Cage Match Championship Tournament it’s time to get back to the old show format with a new focus on our lovely listeners. To that end we are joined by long time listener, first time guest Xavier Kreiger to talk about all sorts of dumb stuff. Let’s go!

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Nerds Without Pants Episode 222: It's a Great Lake, But it Ain't a GREAT Lake

I, uh, got nothin'.

Welcome back to a really fun episode of Nerds Without Pants! We have lots of games to talk about, terrible jokes, smooth segue ways,  and find out the games that will square off in our first Video Game Cage Match championship match next episode!

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Nerds Without Pants Episode 196: Snow Bros

This one is a bit chilly.

Nerds Without Pants is back with a mostly tranquil episode about snowy video game locations. Then Julian goes off on some personal strife, so check the time stamps below if you don’t want to hear 30 minutes of whining. We close things out with a battle between two light gun arcade games that feature bad digitized graphics!

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Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc Review

It's so good, I can bear-ly stand it!

If there’s one thing that Spike Chunsoft has proven, it’s that they know how to make a damn good visual novel. Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc is their latest title to be localized to America and it stands up to the high standards set by their Zero Escape series. While similar in premise, Danganronpa eschews the puzzle-based design and offers up a unique gameplay style that blends Ace Attorney, Persona Social Links, and a touch of Rhythm Heaven. It all comes together to form a gripping and zany experience that doesn’t let up till the credits roll.

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