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||Dual Wielding 132: Watch_Dogs: The Knight of Truth||This week’s show kicks off with impressions of South Park The Stick of Truth, Donkey Kong Country Tropical Freeze and Bro-Force. All quality and enjoyable games across the board. Which helps with the more downbeat news segment as Disney Interactive||3/10/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||Dual Wielding 131: Irrational Shutdowns||This week’s show jettisons impressions to focus on news, and makes for a gloomy show. Since we missed last week, we talk about Irrational Games being shutdown, we talk about Sony Santa Monica layoffs and we talk about Nintendo shutting down online s||3/3/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||Dual Wielding 130: Titanfall Bad, Titanfall Good||This week’s show features discussion on the Titanfall Beta, which needs to be heard over the course of the show, impression of Nintendo’s first “F2p” game in Steel Diver: Subwars, thoughts on Attack of the Friday Monsters, Wonderfu||2/17/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||Dual Wielding 129: Flappy Birds Caused by Sonic Boom||This week’s show we document the Flappy Birds saga (Sorry Candy Crush) and the announcement of the Sonic Boom cross-media play by SEGA. Before we get there, new thoughts on the old Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate, the f2p shooter Loadout and Jazzpunk! Wel||2/10/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||Dual Wielding 128: One Candy to Rule them All||This week’s show gets interrupted a lot by Earl’s wonky connection, but Martin and Daniel do a terrific job of holding down the fort. In this show, we discuss Gunman Clive and the difference between loving 8-bit recreation and cheap knock-offs||1/27/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||Dual Wielding 127: There’s Something About Nintendo||After the party that was our Game of the Year episode, we return to business with a fairly light impressions segment as we talk Fire Emblem Awakening, Guacamelee!, Hotline Miami and a few more games. The bulk of the show is news as we talk the exciting po||1/20/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||Dual Wielding: 2013 Game of the Year Awards||It’s mid-January so it is the perfect time to reflect on 2013 and we present our 4th annual Game of the Year awards. As always, we name a Game of the Year (and easiest pick ever!), our Year of Luigi: Game of Luigi, Best Technical and Visual Achievem||1/13/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||Dual Wielding 126: Gaming in 2013 Finale||This week, we conclude our Game of the Year countdown series as we recap the last six months of gaming which saw the release of two new consoles, and more than a dozen possible Game of the Year contenders. From PC to handheld, we discuss some of the best||1/6/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||Dual Wielding 125: Youtube Payday and Broken Games||This week, we discuss the broken mess that is Battlefield 4 online, the virtual currency systems in games like PayDay 2 and NBA 2k14, A Link Between Past not being the greatest, and SteamOS. News is kept relatively short with brief discussion on NPD numbe||12/16/13||Free||View In iTunes|
||Dual Wielding 124: Super Mario Between 3D Worlds of Next-Gen||This week show has more impressions of Super Mario 3D World, Need for Speed, the PS4, A Link Between Worlds, Ace Attorney, Pokemon and the such. We also begin our Game of the Year recap segment as we take a look at major games released between January and||12/2/13||Free||View In iTunes|
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This is an interesting gaming podcast. It tends to follow the same format as some popular gaming shows, but it also seems to break it when necessary. There are episodes dedicated to just covering the week in news while others are just focused on the big game(s) of the week. I enjoyed their game of the year and Fall preview shows and can't wait to see that return this year hopefully. I do find the lack of stability among hosts to be a bit jarring, but it also allows for fresh and interesting perspectives on a constant basis.
I would recommend this if looking for a more low-key, good-natured video game podcast.