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Submitted by jsslifelike 784d ago | podcast

The Gamesmen, Episode 91- Dan-dusky And The Plushy Prez

Join Lyfeliek, Rabid Scotsman and Hardlydan for game talk and fun! This time, The Gamesmen discuss the correlation between llamas and heating panels, talk up what we’re playing and wrap it all up with YOUR feedback! Games/topics covered are Guild Wars 2, Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, The Walking Dead, Episode 4 and others!

Show Notes:

Email at thegamesmenrpg@gmail.com
Leave A Voicemail (412)267-RPG1
On Twitter @thegamesmenrpg
Be sure to check out www.vghub.net (Culture, GRID, Guild Wars 2, PC, PS3, Snuggle Truck, The Walking Dead: Episode 4 "Around Every Corner", Wii, Xbox 360)

Dlacy13g  +   784d ago
LOL....I still can't believe Abraham Lincoln VH was ever green lite to be made. One of the worst movie ideas ever.
jsslifelike  +   783d ago
Make no bones about it- if you like action flicks, all of that's in there. I think this is the route the History Channel should go with all future documentaries.

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