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Submitted by yomaru 866d ago | podcast

weeaboos with a podcast ep. 51: A Hero of Time Emerges

WWC: "On this week’s episode: we have a very special guest, TJ Smith. He’s played Link, he sings, he plays lots of video games, and he’s here to tell us how he got to where he is. The group has also been playing a couple of games this week, including Crysis 3, Tomb Raider, and Dark Souls. Afterwards we move on to our round table and discuss Shigeru Miyamoto’s eventual retirement from Nintendo. What will the company look like without him, and will others be able to step up to the plate and fill his shoes? Finally, we briefly discuss some notable news like Ken Levine canceling the BioShock movie, Don’t Starve’s release date, and Evangelion 1.11 and One Piece coming to Toonami." (BioShock, Crysis 3, Dark Souls, Don't Starve, Industry, Nintendo, PC, PS3, Shigeru Miyamoto, The Legend of Zelda, Tomb Raider, Wii U, Xbox 360)

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