Monthly Archives: March 2016

Episode 5 – Borderlands 2

The Grumpy Old Guys have a frank discussion about Borderlands 2, a first-person shooter developed by Gearbox and published by 2k Games. It was released in 2012, and as of March 2015 had sold over 12 million units across all available platforms. Topics of discussion include visuals, overall tone, interface, gameplay, customization options, and overall fun factor.

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Random Episode – Who Peed in Our Cornflakes?

In this week’s random episode, a planning session spins off in random directions. Dr. Chris is in a particularly bad mood and manages to offend most of the geek/nerd/gamer community in 9 short minutes. Targets of his commentary include The Big Bang Theory, gamer girls, Team Unicorn, Adrianne Curry, and gamer guys.

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Episode 4 – Star Wars: The Old Republic

Star Wars: The Old Republic was first released in 2011, and adopted a free to play model in 2012. Recently, in 2015, Bioware began releasing content updates formatted as chapters for the Knights of the Fallen Empire expansion. With the new content, The Grumpy Old Guys take a look at this science fiction MMO-RPG to see if it’s worth jumping into, or back into, as the case may be. In addition to the graphics and overall gameplay, The Grumpy Old Guys evaluate the story and assess whether or not the game is truly “free to play.”

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Random Episode – The Grumpy Old Guys Download an App

Have you ever wondered what it takes to get an episode ready for publishing? In this week’s random episode, the Grumpy Old Guys offer a behind the scenes look at their creative and production process. They invite you to join them as they attempt to download an app.

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