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11:40 PM on 09.22.2012 // ZeroCoolPodcast
Zero Cool 2X - Episodes 59 and 60: Director's cut and Like a cat in snow

Good evening, ladies and gentlemen! I've finally buckled down and gotten caught up with editing and uploading the podcasts I've been sitting on. I know you've all been on the edge of your seats, wondering when the next Zero Cool would come out. Well wait no longer! Today you get two great episodes, for the price of one!

Not only that, but we'll be recording tomorrow, and we're likely to talk about Borderlands 2 and FTL: Faster Than Light, among other things. Post some questions below and we'll be sure to answer them on the show, probably. Maybe.

So what did we talk about during the last two episodes? Let's see...

Episode 59: Director's cut
- Hero Academy
- Diablo III
- Darksiders 2
- Sleeping Dogs
- Dark Souls
- Iron Brigade
- Awesomenauts
- Smite
- New Super Mario Bros. 2
- Nintendo Power
- Break! (Music: "Katana Blaster [Constantly Playing Mix]" by Big Giant Circles)
- Polygon documentary
- Dust: an Elysian Tale
- The Last Story
- Guild Wars 2
- Siebzehn
- Descent: Journeys in the Dark (Second Edition)
- Puzzle Craft

Episode 60: Like a cat in snow
- PAX Prime 2012
- Super Time Force
- Charlie Murder
- Bastion
- Guacamelee
- WiiU
- Borderlands 2
- Torchlight 2
- Dark Souls
- Super Amazing Wagon Adventure
- Rock Band Blitz
- Guild Wars 2
- Break! (Music: "Bombs" from the Polymer soundtrack)
- Hero Academy
- Diamond Trust of London
- Spelunky
- Don't Starve
- Glory to Rome
- Super Hexagon
- McPixel
- Fart Cat
- Guts
- Steam Greenlight
- Darksiders 2
- Mark of the Ninja

So unlike usual, you can hit the links above to stream the shows, or directly download Episode 59 here and Episode 60 here. Let us know in the comments what you think, and leave us some questions for Episode 61!
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