On this very special episode of the Super Joystiq Podcast: The crew comes to grips with the fact that the Four in February is coming to an end. Join Ludwig, Xav, Anthony, and Sam as they relive their journeys, confront their failures, and ultimately learn something about life, love, and how to not finish video games. It's an episode your family can't afford to miss.
Continuing the life lessons, Ludwig and Anthony share their thoughts on this week's big releases, Thief and Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2. Did you know Dracula's susceptibility to fire is purely contextual? Apparently it's true! All this and a look back at a practice that defined a generation: PlayStation Home Quincying. You're welcome Internet, you're welcome.
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Hosts: Ludwig (@LudwigK), Xav (@Xav), Anthony (@AJohnAgnello), Sam (@SamPrell)
- 00:00:00 // Intro
- 00:01:46 // Four in February update
- 00:24:54 // Thief
- 00:46:06 // Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2
- 01:05:49 // Mailbag
Theme Music: Satsuma Audio and Whitaker Blackall – "A Basstastic Undertaking"
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- Thief Review: For the Hoard
- Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 review: Walk the line
- How to perform Quincying in PlayStation Home
- Watch as hamsters 'dance-off' against humans for Home superiority
Jonathan Downin (@jonathandownin)