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PS3BlogCast Episode 170

Welcome back to another episode of the podcast. This week it was slow again on the news front, so after we get done with what there was we have a chance to play Box Art Description Trivia which is fun.

Summer Games Done Quick went on for the past week and I’ve been going back through the archive and watching some select runs. I always find it crazy seeing some of the glitches that are found in my favorite games. Though I’m more impressed by speed runs that are just technical, such as a Mario 64 run.

Have you guys been watching any of the videos at all? Which ones have been your favorites? Let us know in the comments below!

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PS3BlogCast Episode 169

Welcome to another episode of the podcast. This episode features a full crew, even though the news was extremely light this week. So after going over new releases and the few articles, we spend a good chunk playing Box Art trivia.

Bastion and Transistor are currently on sale on the PSN until the 28th of July, so make sure you get on those deals if you haven’t purchased those games already!

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Live Action Video – Phantom Breaker: Battle Grounds Overdrive

Phantom Break Overdrive Live Action

Thousand Pounds Action Company has released a live action video inspired by 5pb.Games’ Phantom Breaker: Battle Grounds Overdrive, a release now available on PlayStation 4.

We’ll hopefully be bringing you a review for Phantom Breaker: Battle Grounds Overdrive soon.

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PS3BlogCast Episode 168

It’s another week of slow news and we don’t have a full crew so no trivia this episode. Isli and I do however get into some spoiler talk about Her Story, which is a small game on PC. We do have the secret word prior to the spoiler talk, so we’ve got you covered there.

Last episode was posted before the news of Satoru Iwata’s passing. While I’m not a Nintendo gamer anymore, it’s always a loss for the industry when someone of his talent and caliber passes. It was good to see everyone online showing their support and sharing their favorite memories of games he helped bring to everyone.

What are some of your favorite Nintendo memories? Let us know in the comments below.

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