GameEnthus Podcast ep168: MAGfested or Side Fightin’

This week Donnie(@GenDV138) converses with Mike(@AssaultSuit), Tiny(@Tiny415) and Aaron(@Ind1fference) about: MAGfest 12, Her, CES, Steam Machines, Playstation Now, Saving Mr. Banks, Riddick series, Pacific Rim, Harold and Kumar Trilogy, Tomb Raider fan film, MegaRan, DJ Cut Man, Hermit Crab in Space, Chasm, Classroom Aquatic, Combat Core, Pwnee Studios, Shaq Fu 2, WWE Network, SpellStack, Crystal Brawl, Cook Serve Delicious, Proteus, The Bridge, Don’t Starve, Halo Spartan Assault, Urban Trials, Bravely Default demo, Ryse, Spelunky, Risk of Rain, Battleblock Theater, WWE 2K14, streetpassing, Legend of Zelda A Link Between Worlds and more.

    

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Show Length:  135 minutes Direct Download

Show Links

Tomb Raider Fan Film

GamerFit Nation/Shaq FU 2

Hermit Crab in Space from Golden Ruby Games

Bacon Man from SkyMap Games

Galactose

Combat Core

Barkley 2 from Tales of Games

Rhythm Core Alpha 2 from SoftEgg

Chasm from Discord Games

Secret Formula(free)/SquaresVille from FrankForce

Class Room Aquatic

Crystal Brawl

Cook Serve Delicious

Xbox Sign Off Trolling

Community Info

@GameEnthus @TheMSZero @Couch4Podcast  @Shadow4Podcast @NHSpodcast @GeeksGoneRaw  @Podcast64  @SingleSimulcast

Things You Need To Look At or Listen to

GameEnthus’ Youtube Page

Couch4Podcast

Shadow4Podcast

Negotiations Have Succeeded Podcast

SingleSimulcast

GeeksGoneRaw Collective(great podcast community)

Show Music

Intro – Sadat X – The Lump Lump instrumental

Break 1 – Slick Rick – Street Talkin’ instrumental

Break 2 - Jadakiss – Blood Pressure instrumental

Break 3 - Blackstar – Twice Inna Lifetime instrumental

Break 4 – Kool G Rap & DJ Polo – Ill Street Blues instrumental

Break 5 – Naoki Kodaka – Blaster Master Area 1 Music

Outro/Showcap – Common – Come Close instrumental


  • Mr Alarm

    Wow, the Image Comics references at the beginning of the podcast really sent me down a nostalgic vortex. I was -obsessed- with Spawn when I was 13 or so, but the obsession didn’t last too long.

  • Ind1fference

    Spawn was crazily popular…until the inevitable backlash