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In this edition of The Gamers Playpen, Warzone gives the lowdown on World of Warcraft:Cataclysm,and undoubtedly finds things to rant about along the way. Then MCS makes the confession that he is playing Farmville, which prompts a call in from a VERY avid Farmville player!
Tonight, on The Gamer's Playpen, Warzone, MCS, and guest co-host Myndrunner have many things on their mind, but while War is focused on the new World of Warcraft Cataclysm, MCS and Mynd obsess about the new Lara Croft in the updoming latest Tomb Raider reboot, and that the biggest threat to Lara is perhaps her own meat curtains!
This installment of the Gamers Playpen begins with Myndrunner being green with envy, because the first DLC for Fallout: New Vegas is a 360 exclusive. After this rant ceases, a more in depth discussion about good movie=bad game/bad movie=good game occurs. Then to close it all out we share some advice on the mindfeild that is forum Mafia, with the help of Uncy Kast!
On this edition of the Gamer's Playpen, MCS flies solo tonight! After recovering from being a nervous wreck, MCS talks about the Fallout New Vegas: Dead Money DLC, and the Dead Rising 2: Case West DLC. After this some of the most anticipated games of 2011 are discussed.
Tonight on the Gamers Playpen, Myndrunner starts off by talking about Mass Effect 2 FINALLY releasing for the Xbox 360. Then, MCS talks about The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, but is rudely interrupted by a mystery caller. Then the discussion about the most anticipated games of 2011 is continued.
That's right folks, you read it right! On this installment of the Gamer's Playpen we have the gang from Farmville Rant Radio. An open forum is held on Farmville and other Zynga games, and how they compare and contrast to more hardcore games. Warzone then begins his top 10 of the worst video game moments ever.
Tonight the guys start off with helping Warzone deal with a slight that was made on WoW last week. Many words were said. The Warzone list of the Worst Moments in Video Game History was finished, and MCS finished up the most anticipated games of 2011.
Tonight on Gamer's Underground Radio, we chat with Mark Tuttle, the Executive Producer of Magic the Gathering: Tactics, about the new epic release for die hard fans and newbs to enjoy. Then, we chat with Playboy's Gamer Next Door Jo Garcia about what its like to live the life of a hardcore female gamer!
The week, WarzonePrez and MCS discuss and review Magic The Gathering : Tactics, and Warzone begins the first of many "Defining Moments In Video Game History" segments with a look at Video Gaming's very first Easter Egg.
WarzonePrez and MCS talk about the 1990 Nintendo World Champnshp, and Myndrunner reveals his new love in the world of video games. Oh, and Guitar Hero gets AXED!
This week, MCS drags us all into the complex and controversial world of Emmulators, Myndrunner rants about his deck, and WarzonePrez tries to convince us all that 'Pac-Man" came first.
On a VERY special episode of Gamers Underground, Warzone decides to go AWOL, leaving MCS and a quite burned out Myndrunner to do the show, until a certain caller intervenes. Then Alan Atterbery of the Idol Radio Show comes on to discuss gamersunite.com, a community site for facebook gamers.
This week, MCS Talks about Rift, and reminds us "We aren't in Azeroth anymore." Myndrunner rants about his love/hate relationship with MTG Tactics, and WarzonePrez returns this week with an in depth discussion on portable gaming.
Tonight on the Gamers Underground, we play our interview with Tony Jones, the Community Director of DC Universe Online. After that MCS and Warzone get into a discussion about online gaming, which was brought on by one of War's defining moments.
Tonight on the Gamers Underground, Warzone opens the show with a peculiar story. Matt then talks about Homefront, a surreal story by John Millus that has been brought to life by THQ, where Korea has occupied the western half of the US in 2027. Then in Warzone''s defining moment this week, the topic of the console wars was the disscussion, which of course, led to a few disagreements.
On this edition of the Gamers underground, we kick off right away with another defining moment from Warzone. Matt then talks about Homefront's multiplayer, and the singleplayer campaign of Crysis 2.
MCS expresses his disappointment with Two Worlds 2's TV resolution issues, and WarzonePrez gives a review of the new Nintendo 3DS. Also, tips to testing your PSP's UMD drive, a Mortal Kombat chronology by MCS, and a brief discussion on a game mod that crosses the line of both sanity and taste. Listener Discression Advised!!!
Myndrunner joins the Dynamic Duo this week for his take on gaming. MCS melts over the upcoming release of Mortal Kombat, WarzonePrez reminisces about Space Invaders and talks of the joys of Linux, and Pokemon invade our schools...and the hearts of our hosts! Trust me, it was EPIC.
MCS and Warzone are two sexy bastards, but we already knew this. Anyway, on this edition, Warzone first discusses the bit wars, and the bits of all the major systems across the years. Then MCS reviews the latest Mortal Kombat game, having to change his shorts a few times.
On this fine installment of Gamer's Underground, the guys kick right off with an accidental call in from a FVR listener, but they heard him out and did some relieving on Zynga of their own! Then the recent debacle with the Playstation Network was brought to MCS's attention by Warzone, which resulted in another call! Much smack was spoken about Sony. MCS then wrapped up the remainder of the show by possibly revealing his true allegiances...
Warzone spazzes out over the ongoing Playstation Network outage, and MCS insists the 360 is still better. They briefly talk about Windows 8, Mass Effect 3, and the fact the arcades are not dead. Buckwheat also stops by to share his gaming knowledge.
MCS and WarzonePrez battle about their love for XBOX360 and PS3, repectively. MCS runs through a list of games more apocalyptic than Howard Camping, WarzonePrez gives us the "State of the WoW Economy" address, and a suprise caller asks us a question about "Seal Team 6"
On this fine installment of Gamers Underground, MCS starts of with some gaming news, which includes a kick awesome Memorial week sale that Target is having. Warzone then gives another explination of why movie video games SUCK, and then the guys discuss the new Zelda game coming out for the DS.
This installment of Gamer's Underground marks the return of the magical voice of Myndrunner, to fill in for Warzone. The guys discuss recent gaming news, and recieve a few calls. The relativity of Duke Nukem Forever was then discussed.
On this edition, MCS discusses this weeks game releases, and the upcoming games in the Fall, particularly Skyrim. Warzone then continues his coverage on the Blizzard authenticator gate.
After a bit of a hiatus, the guys return to talk video games. Warzone reveals that Blizzard has FINALLY gotten off of their ass and acknowledged about the authenticator gate situation, and MCS talks about his own Blizzard rant, new releases, and games for the 3DS.
This week, MCS once again goes over his list of New Releases and Delayed Games, and the guys discuss the continued delays of Diablo 3 by Activision Blizzard. WarzonePrez updates us on WoW Patch 4.3, and rants about the abrupt end to the Worgen Staring storyline, and the fact his female character must get down on all fours to get anywhere.
With MCS MIA, a victim of "Battlefield 3", former host of the Gamer's Playpen, Skeeter Sonic, returns to get Warzone his coffee and dish up some new realease info. Warzone fills us in on the joys of playing "Spiderman" for the Atari 2600, and rants on how bad things are getting for healers in World of Warcraft. Oh yeah...and did we mention Battlefield 3 came out?
This week, Warzone reviews "Star Wars : The Empire Strikes back" for the Atari 2600, and also shares with us his "State of the World of Warcraft" address with the entirety of gaming fandom. Skeeter also gives his top 10 list of the week, and enlightens us with his personal experiences selling WoW herbs in this week's MMO Report.
WarzonePrez once again brings back the 80's with a classic Retro Review of "Defender" for the Atari 2600. Skeeter goes nuts over Elder Scrolls V, and The two discuss fond memories of mario games gone by...and the abominations Nintendo has unleashed upon the world!
Warzone gets an overwhelming response from the fans to review "Pitfall!" for Atari 2600, and Skeeter breaks out into the Chrimas spirit as the guys launch into the "Gaming Weeks of Christmas" telling You what to buy...and not to buy...for Christmas for the Gamer in your life! This week we touch on the 3DS!
Warzone reviews Skate or Die 2 in the Retro Report, Skeeter Sonic talks about Skyrin, and Warzone goes over the 4.3 patch notes for World of Warcraft.
Skeeter Sonic appears this week, and the fans bombard us with questions and fan mail. WarzonePrez finally takes one for the team and reviews "E.T. ; The Extra-Terrestrial" for the Atari 2600, one of the worst video games of all time. Also, Skeeter gives his ultimate review of the new Sony Handheld system, the PlayStation Vita.
WarzonePrez brings back the joys of Jungle Hunt in the Retro review, MCS gives his opinion on Mass Effect 3, and WoW once again dominates the MMO Report. Oh, and Skeeter's whereabouts are still unknown.
In this slightly inebriated edition of the Gamer's Underground, WarzonePrez talks about Swordquest, and the legend behind this crappy Atari game, and MCS Dumps Rift for a Free-To-Play MOO called "League of Legengs".
In this special edition of the Gamer's Underground, WarzonePrez goes into the history of video games, and how the video games of today evolved from those of yesteryear.
WarzonePrez gives a lookj back at Aladdin for the Game gear, while MCS talks about mass Effect 3, and discusses DLC's for Skyrim.
WarzonePrez takes on a Double Feature with Castlevania and Simon's Quest, and MCS talks about League of Legends. Downloadable Gaming is utterly attacked, and Microsoft is trash talked for copping out of the portable gaming market.