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Dtoid (the show): L.A. Noire, Tetris, Tears, and Concelmo

Nov 12 // Jonathan Holmes

So, we've been doing this show for a month now, over a month if you count the pilot episode that we shot in late September. I wonder if we've gotten any better? I hope so. We sure are trying hard. But not too hard! That would we bad. One thing I've learned from doing this show; you are never supposed to try too hard, or too little. You must always try the exact right amount, or else you suck and should die in a fire.

As for this episode, it's pretty amazing. Tara cries from laughing so hard, Chad Concelmo and Jim Sterling both make an appearance, we talk about that Mario 3 remake, Rockstar upcoming blockbuster L.A. Noire, Adam Sandler's PIXELS movie, the creator of Tetris, and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. We also recap the whopping seven reviews, including Call of Duty: Black Ops, Kinectimals, and Goldeneye Wii. If you're not into reading reviews, but still want to know what other people think about videogames, then this video recap will totally be your thing.

Also, we're still giving away that platformer prize pack to anyone who subscribes to us on Youtube or iTunes (in HD or large sizes). It's pretty awesome.


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