Doing the rounds at breakneck speed, our briefest Lamecast to date makes quick work of your sanity. Don covers the failings of multi-platform gaming, we collectively analyze why the guy behind the counter at Christian’s Gamestop needs to NOT share his feelings, Casey’s confounding lack of history with Dungeon …
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Lamecast #10 – And after the whole nation had been circumcised, they remained where they were in camp until they were healedWednesday, June 17th, 2009 by the gang
Celebrate the tenth lamecast with us by listening to the crew bash just about everything and everyone they can think of. Christian reveals his angry side, Alexis stands up for a goddess in a game she’s never played, Casey is ashamed of his Sims, and Don will soon be …
In this, the eighth videolamer.com lamecast, Christian discovers the unit of measurement for an R-Type (hint: it’s not a shit-ton), Alexis longs for an American port of Scribblenauts with a zombie patch, Casey makes sweet sweet love to Rolando 2 news and Don… Don doesn’t make any sense.
In this, our sixth lamecast, Alexis wants to be a fat princess but doesn’t want to do it online, Casey rediscovers his tits, Don has difficulty with the day/night cycle and Christian agrees. YES!
This edition of the lamecast is all about online, which we assume you have in some capacity. MMOs and online stores bring insight, fierce debate, and lost wages (pay close attention for the secret Commodore 64 section) .
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Lamecast #3 – When the dove returned to him in the evening, there in its beak was a freshly plucked olive leafTuesday, April 14th, 2009 by the gang
In this third edition of the lamecast, our hosts share rants, discuss iPhone games, voice OnLive skepticism and debate the merits of the Dreamcast controller.
The correct answer to last lamecast’s “Win all of Don’s games” contest was “chartreuse.”
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In this second edition of the lamecast, our hosts put Capcom’s two biggest franchises over the coals and EVE Online gets a new patch. In the thrilling conclusion, a discussion on in-game advertising erupts into violence when the importance of being told to buy Old Spice while playing Quake Live …