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The Gaming Precision Podcast #18: Evil Tech Curse

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Posted January 30, 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!

We’ve been gone for two weeks, mostly due to illness, and technical difficulties. However, despite Skype’s best efforts to constantly drop our connection and screw up our recordings, Esteban “Colorwind” Cuevas, BJ “Bunneh3000″ Brown, and Ivan “Tech Curse” Mashkov still manage to produce a fun and informative podcast. The quality of the podcast unfortunately was affected so please excuse the hum in the podcast and the blown out voices at time.

This week, we discuss Colorwind buying a Sega Genesis model 1 complete in its box, Bunneh 3000’s problem with the Vita and Remote Play, and the problem with Day Z and Steam Early Access games. We also talk about stealth games, including the upcoming Thief, simulation games such as Euro Truck Simulator 2, the stories of Grand Theft Auto IV and V, and the sixth generation of consoles, such as the PlayStation 2, Xbox, and GameCube.

Listen to our podcast by clicking on the link below and be sure to check back here for the next episode of The Gaming Precision Podcast. We’re changing when the podcast goes up to Monday. So this is the last episode that will go up on Thursday at noon. From now on, the Gaming Precision Podcast will be posted Monday evenings, no specific time. You can also subscribe to the podcast through iTunes so you’ll never miss an episode!

The Gaming Precision Podcast #18: Evil Tech Curse

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