NZGamer Podcast Episode #72

NZGamer Podcast Episode #72


Episode 72 of the NZGamer.com Podcast! Catch us every Friday morning!

Coming up on the NZGamer.com Podcast; the Wii finally gets a price drop, TVNZ On Demand is now on PS3, SingStar enables PSP features, and we more juicy gaming gossip in the Video Game Water Cooler segment!

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Comments Comments (5)

 
Kate
Posted by Kate
On Friday 30 Apr 2010 10:27 AM
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"Hello, my [singular] friends [plural], how are you [formal], my name is Tristan Clark and Shaun Hunter devil mother of God!".

Nice effort, Tristan. You sell yourself short though, I'm pretty sure your Spanish repertoire also includes "taco, nachos, Penelope Cruz, tortilla..."
 
 
 
Posted by Xenojay
On Friday 30 Apr 2010 10:59 AM
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Nice quick podcast guys!

Good plug on your iPhone game there Tristan ;)
 
 
 
luce
Posted by luce
On Friday 30 Apr 2010 11:32 AM
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Shaun Hunter: devil mother of God. About right.
 
 
 
JMavz
Posted by JMavz
On Monday 3 May 2010 2:24 PM
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Hello and well done on another podcast.

I have a similar problem to do with decision making in games and how that reflects in life. When I played GTA4 last year the first decision came up, where you must choose whether to save or kill a man. I spent literally 10 minutes weighing up pros and cons of each decision before deciding to save.

- "Could he help me out later?"
- "Could he hurt me later?"

And so on.

I'd struggle so hard with Heavy Rain i'm sure.

--James--
 
 
 
JMavz
Posted by JMavz
On Monday 3 May 2010 2:27 PM
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Gah, I got the podcast number wrong, sorry! Will comment on 72, not 71, later on..