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Submitted by jsslifelike 917d ago | podcast

The Gamesmen, Episode 82- Wifi Donkey Punch

Join Lyfeliek and Hardlydan for game talk and fun! This time, The Gamesmen finally get back to playing RPG! Games/topics covered are Counter-Strike: Global Offensive and it’s rocky worldwide release, wi-fi-enabled donkeys, multiple industry layoffs and closings, plus many, many others!

RPG Music:

Wiid Arms 3 – “Gunmetal Action”
Grandia III – “GRTurbo”
FFX – “Otherworld”
Show Notes:

Email at thegamesmenrpg@gmail.com
Leave A Voicemail (412)267-RPG1
On Twitter @thegamesmenrpg
Be sure to check out www.vghub.net (Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Culture, EA, Industry, OnLive, PC, Plants vs Zombies, Plants Vs Zombies 2, PS3, Psygnosis, Wii, Xbox 360)

ind1fference  +   917d ago
Theme parks with WiFi enabled animals are the best.
jsslifelike  +   917d ago
That story is TOOOOOOO much.
Hardlydan  +   916d ago
Think I might have to get one. Although with the scarf people might get the wrong idea.

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