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Submitted by PixelitisBlog 718d ago | podcast

The Pixelitis Podcast Ep. 35 – &@#$ ‘Pizza’

With a nostalgic mind and a bursting heart, Patrick Kulikowski uttered the single phrase that summed up the seminal role-playing game Final Fantasy VII into two words: “!@#$ ‘pizza’.

Yes, ladies and gentlemen, the Pixelitis Podcast is back for another week of videogame news and discussion as only three people from the Garden State can provide. This week, Andrew Martins, Patrick Kulikowski and Karen Rivera covered the Rayman Legends/Wii U debacle, the Scott Pilgrim vs. the World: The Game DLC misstep and what a new Xbox that shuns used games could mean for Microsoft.

It’s well over an hour of honest-to-goodness fun, so hit the play button below and/or subscribe to us on iTunes. We’re on Stitcher Radio, too. (Culture, Dead Rising, Final Fantasy VII, Rayman Legends, Spec Ops: The Line)

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