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The Gaming Precision Podcast #17: The New Years Serial Killer Simulator In Spaaaaace….Episode #567!!!!

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Posted January 9, 2014 by Staff in Features
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Are you interested in video games? Do you love video games with every fiber of your being that to go one day without them could mean certain death for you? Perhaps video games are depressing you to hate every single molecular component that makes up the industry? Or maybe you’ve just got time to kill? Then, the Gaming Precision Podcast is for you!

Episode 17, the first podcast of 2014, starts off with a bang as Esteban “Colorwind” Cuevas, Ivan “Tech Curse” Mashkov and BJ “Bunneh3000″ Brown talk about the wonders of Transformers, Ren and Stimpy and other 80s and 90s cartoons, as well as anime shows like Death Note, Watamote, and Love Lab, and TV shows like Dexter, Nip Tuck and The Walking Dead. We do talk about video games, including Colorwind’s insane game collection, and the multimedia capabilities of consoles.

We also talk about the news from CES 2014, including the reveal of PlayStation Now, and the new Steam Machines unveiled. A wager on the fate of a price drop on the new consoles this year is made so we’ll see if this comes to past over the course of the year! We close out the podcast talking about what we did during our two week holiday break, including BJ’s new PlayStation Vita (sans memory card), Ivan’s new PlayStation 4 and a rant on Colorwind’s newly acquired Wii U.

Listen to our podcast by clicking on the link below and be sure to check back here every Thursday at 12 pm Pacific time for the next episode of The Gaming Precision Podcast. You can also subscribe to the podcast through iTunes so you’ll never miss an episode!

The Gaming Precision Podcast #17:

The New Years Serial Killer Simulator In Spaaaaace….Episode #567!!!!

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