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.
The expansion "Clickquest: 10 Points Higher" ships fourth quarter this year.
Admit it, you went and bought one. Now that no one cares about football anymore, what do you DO with it?
A man and his dog. And the people they kill, violently.
Just a few interesting observations.
The score is 647 to blue.
References to Paul the Octopus removed for timeliness. Forward all complaints to your local government body.
ComicCon gets picketed, GameStop whines and a gaming entrepreneur shows us his new take on a card game...[…]
It's best to not decline this one.
While Graham tries to fix a real problem, James and Matt are locked in mortal idiocy.
Whoever wins... actually no, we just straight-up lose.
He and a bunch of other robots were on a poster once.
If we lose online anonymity, untold hate speech may be lost.
This was better than some of their previous excuses.
There are bad morning DJs. And there there are these guys... who are ALSO bad morning DJs.
The Akrid action continues, in the epic second half!
It's all so very peaceful.
I probably deserved more.
See it - with your eyeballs.
Everything you never knew about apologies is in this PSA from Canada.
The sequel to the pilot episode! And yet, the armadillo...
Despite being banned in the Geneva convention, use of Xylene among PMCs is shockingly unregulated.
Someone has a fever.
We've been having a lot of fun with our ping pong table, so we decided to livestream a tournament. Here's a[…]
A special report on a convention you've never heard of, square.
Don't drop the hand sanitizer.
Crom can be a very convincing deity.
But this time, it's for real...
The radio edit isn't much better.
The most important part of the comedy is timing.
Paul and his panel of experts gives us the lowdown on the ups and downs of E3 2010.
Vomiting has always been public domain.
The much anticipated counterpart to the hit episode "Ways to Fall Asleep".
So many E3 trailers, so few that look good.
Activision announces some innovative stuff, and Microsoft gets more in-depth with Kinect.
Living together will do that.
A new Silent Hill game is announced, and sand becomes the must-have feature of the year.