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Submitted by PixelitisBlog 905d ago | podcast

The Pixelitis Podcast Ep. 26 – Staring down eternity

"What happens when you’re a legendary rock singer and you agree to sing lyrics by Hironobu Sakaguchi for a new Japanese RPG? You get the raucous song in the break of this week’s Pixelitis Podcast.

As a bonus, however, you get Tom Farndon’s dramatic reading of those very same lyrics. So touching. So moving.

For nearly two hours, Andrew Martins, Karen Rivera, Patrick Kulikowski and Farndon talked about some of last week’s biggest news, including the Barkley Gaiden 2 kickstarter and Hotline Miami‘s eventual sequel."

- Pixelitis Staff (3DS, Barkley 2, Barkley, Shutup and Jam: Gaiden, Chapter 1 of the Hoopz Barkley SaGa, Blue Dragon, Call of Duty: Black Ops 2, Culture, Hotline Miami, New Super Mario Bros. U, PC, PS Vita, PS3, Wii U, Xbox 360, ZombiU)

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