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Submitted by FredEffinChopin 995d ago | podcast

Geeks of Rage : Episode 41

“Preview” ain’t nothing but another word for “spoiler”. So (not to disparage this summary) don’t even bother feeling us out this week, dive right in. Be a fly on the wall for Brian’s therapy session where he takes the first step towards rectifying his platinum-chasing problem; admittance. Ignore the fact that one therapist is bored with the tits and ass that he specifically purchased Lollipop Chainsaw for, and the fact that other can’t be reached for human contact unless it’s through an MMO. This is medical science at its finest. Behold our mastery. (Culture, E3, Lollipop Chainsaw, Max Payne 3 , PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

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