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145 Nintendo Switch, Midwest Farmer's Daughter and The Bang Bang

145 Nintendo Switch, Midwest Farmer's Daughter and The Bang Bang

Joel and Karl share their impressions of the Nintendo Switch and Shane mixes it up with a country record by Margo Price.

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142 Induction, Live in Paris and Indonesian Junk

142 Induction, Live in Paris and Indonesian Junk

Joel, Shane and Karl set up their past selves to help their present selves in order to get their future selves where they need to be. Then Shane tickles a jar of mayonnaise. Starts with the most intellectual game they've ever played and closes with the least. In between there's a review of Sleater-Kinney Live in Paris and a tune from Indonesian Junk.

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118 Beat It And Delete It

118 Beat It And Delete It

Karl is enjoying a two week holiday by playing Rocket League from a beach house and upgrading his phone to capture Pokemon. Shane beats The Crew, creates a new rating scale for racing games, and surpasses his former high score in beer consumption. Rather than beer chasing Shane, which he'd likely lose, Joel has been chasing his friends list in Super Mega Baseball and is starting to rack up some decent scores.

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115 Top 10 First Half 2016

115 Top 10 First Half 2016

Doesn't get any better than Golden Axe yet the guys still find a way to choose their top 10 favorite games and albums from the first half of 2016.

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106 Two Dinks And A Clank

106 Two Dinks And A Clank

Karl summons disco balls to review Ratchet & Clank while learning 34 songs. Shane is back with his fear of planes but is busier than a dog with two dinks. Joel moves the fish from the basement to the pond and ends up turning into a squid.

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104 Eight Cores A Week

104 Eight Cores A Week

Shane is tongue tied after the cherry blossoms disappear but manages to give a state of the union for racing games on current gen consoles. He also ponders an XBOX One after hearing Joel's review of Quantum Break. Joel unboxes his Wii U for the third time and admires the guitar prowess of Prince.

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