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Submitted by smikey1123 790d ago | podcast

Firmware Update 0.19: Everyday’s Great At Your Junes

Our long national nightmare is over as Tyler finally rejoins Joe and Malcolm for this week’s Firmware Update. There’s not much news, but Joe still manages to yell about things he likes and dislikes. Par for the course, then.

Talking points: Assassin’s Creed III still sucks; Irwin R. Schyster: The Return; Deathstroke? More like DeathBORE; Gears of War given to Japanese meth heads; Black Friday sales figures; the dumbest possible reason to buy a Wii U; Persona 4 Golden is the best Vita game; CM Punk vs. the Boston Celtics; Shenmue boardwalk; Mass Effect 4; episodic games; Vita vs. mobile; cryin’ like a baby; butt stuff with video games. (Assassin's Creed III, Culture, Gears of War, Persona 4 Golden)

TheColbertinator  +   790d ago
Junes rocks.Got a Jack Frost doll there.
LordStig  +   790d ago
I'm banned from Junes because i tried to jump through the biggest TV they had on display :(

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