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Submitted by FantasticHood 758d ago | podcast

Fantastic Neighborhood 41: And the award goes to…

Fantastic Neighborhood writes: "We awake from our turkey-induced comas to regale you fine listeners with tales of the Wii U, unsophisticated shooters (Black Ops), Syndicate, and more. And lest we not forget, it’s almost time for the Video Game Awards™, presented with Double XP™ by Mountain Dew™ and Doritos™: Suck it Down!™ But seriously, Fred and Jon make their VGA picks, including Journey for Best Shooter and Nolan North for Outstanding Achievement in Being the Man (and voice acting)."
Other highlights include dissecting the Wii U user interface and Game Club, featuring Thirty Flights of Loving. (Borderlands 2, Culture, Halo 4, Industry, iPhone, Journey, Next-Gen, PC, PS3, Spec Ops: The Line, Tech, Thirty Flights Of Loving, Video Game Awards, Wii U, Xbox 360)

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