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Submitted by FantasticHood 792d ago | podcast

Fantastic Neighborhood 36: Tech Talk Weekly

Fantastic Neighborhood writes: "‘Tis time to gather ’round the speakerbox and listen to tales of yore. Either that or listen to us talk about videogames. This week’s Consumption Junction plays host to the slow burn of Dishonored and the instant gratification (albeit with wonky controls) of Sonic Jump. We’re all hyped up for new games, like Borderlands Legends, old games, like this massive Interplay deal, and new versions of old game systems, like the Neo Geo X Gold. Not to mention going right the ef off the rails into Tech Talk Weekly ™ and Christmas shopping tips for Atheists." (Asura's Wrath, Borderlands Legends, Casual games, Culture, Dishonored, Industry, Interplay, Next-Gen, PC, PS3, Sonic Jump, Tech, Wii U, Windows 8, Xbox 360)

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