Paul and Jeremy get to the bright red bottom of Sony's crazy marketing decisions.
Just keep on rollin'
Even the world's most badass soldiers of fortune have occasional money trouble.
It's really less of a "march" and more of saunter. Or a mosey.
Urban cred is inversely proportional to your accuracy.
Kathleen presents the complete nutjobs of gaming, and looks at a hot new game book.
You would cry too, if it happened to you.
The title could refer to the in-game terraforming, or the head injury we received while playing.
I get more stuff cleaned this way.
When Eastern developers make their games appeal to "The West", everyone loses.
When you're completely stumped, recruit some unwilling help
Is Cybertron really worth going to WAR over?
Last one in this series for a while, we promise.
Definitely not a teaser. Nope.
The most groinally violent hit of the 2010s!
Finally you can play in peace. Or not. Your choice
...Because everything is bigger there.
It all starts out simply enough...
They're not that impressive, really. We've seen smaller.
A look at some random samplings of video Graham shot at PAX Prime 2010. Enjoy!
Also handy in a hailstorm, if you can stand the noise.
The LRR crew and friends head out for the annual Garagellenium city-wide garage sale. Their goal: to find[…]
For the horde!
More like "suck of the draw".
Jeremy interviews a holy order for all things "totally sweet".
Hopefully someone at Blizzard knows what's going on.
Boy meets dragon, boy kills dragon, boy meets girl, girl also kills same dragon... wait.
The one thing you don't bring is guaranteed to be the one you wish you had the most.
Graham weighs in on Medal of Honor and Jeremy investigates breasts. Inbreastigates?
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Maybe there's no more heroes because no one likes hanging out with jerks.
25Â¢ gets about 10 minutes worth.
You would need an awful lot of Chiquitas to make a bomb though.
Because you donated to Child's Play for it, here it is!
Before your next LAN or all-night raid, you'd better be prepared.
See? Being an air traffic controller isn't THAT stressful.
An advance-release cinematic just means we get to laugh at Mickey sooner. And we do.
It is also inadvisable to mention you similarity to "a boss" around him.
Drain opener makes a bad chaser, too.
Graham talks Pokemon and Ryan Quickbender has a lesson for the ladies.
Too many cooks don't always spoil the broth.
How many marketers does it take to save a toothpaste?
Watch in awe as a prick tries to be a spy, who is also a prick.
Its a known safety issue with that model of pistol.
ENN delves into the darkness behind everyone's favorite studio.
Disc may come pre-scratched.
Gaming bad guys have it tough. Whenever they try to relax, there's another problem.
There's only one way out of Hell, and that's through it. Or, you could just not play.
Everyone is an alien to someone.
Kathleen and Graham drop some science during the shoot for Ways to Use a Vuvuzela.
On the plus side, my clothes are nice and dry.
High pressure is causing problems in the development environment.
Testes, testes, one, two...?
Underground super-fighting tournaments have super-competition.
And, to no one's surprise, a movie-license video game wasn't very good.
I can only do that once a day, so I save it for times like this.
It's a dirty job, but someone's got to do it.
Graham gives The Governator a headshot and Paul shows how Microsoft and Sony are lying.