May 092014
 

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This week on the Paranerds Podcast, the Paranerds speak about Crash Bandicoot, Spyro the Dragon, Bust a Groove 2, Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, Super Mario Bros. 3,  and Lego Batman 2 along with new releases and News (see below). Kevin then once again steps on his soapbox about Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare and the recent controversy with Nintendo and Tomodachi Life in relation to same-sex relationships in gaming. Kevin then reviews NES Remix 2 and Bit Boy!! ARCADE while Rooster speaks about his experience with Daylight. Then as a finale Kevin reviews The Amazing Spider-Man 2 Film and The Amazing Spider-Man 2 Game (the movie review is at the end to avoid spoilers) and finishing up with some fan comments. It’s a long one this time folks!

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Jan 032014
 

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This week on the Paranerds Podcast, The Paranerds speak about  God of War Ascension, NES Remix,  Mario and Luigi: Dream Team , Skyrim, Battlefield 4 , Garry’s Mod and Super Mario Galaxy 2 along with new releases and News (see below). The two then go over the Top Ten Games of 2013 and the most disappointing game of 2013.

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Nov 252013
 

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Hi, I’m Serge. It’s okay if you don’t remember me. I used to write a lot for this site, now I write very little, and I’m desperately trying to fix that. In that attempt, here is my personal feature to say goodbye to the last generation of consoles. The Xbox One and the PS4 are finally here, and while there are only like, 15 games total on both , it is the dawn of a new era. With that being said, I actually started to think what games changed gaming for me in the last generation. Here is my list.

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Nov 112013
 

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It’s November, and that means it is indeed time for the annual shooter influx to hit the consoles. Battlefield? Check. Call of Duty? Check. A few others who want to throw their hat in the ring? Check. New console launch? A once in a long few check. What’s the difference this year you may ask? Well, for starters, the games are out on both current and next-gen consoles so it’s hard to judge since your experiences might vary depending on the version you get your hands on. Even so, here is the Call of Duty: Ghosts review you’ve been waiting for (or not).

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