January 18, 2006
Gaming Steve Episode 35 - 01.18.2006
This week I review a Japanese import for the Nintendo DS and actually play it on the show. The results are, err, interesting. Also the results from the "Final Thoughts Contest" from a few weeks ago and the list of your favorite games of 2005.
Gaming Steve Episode 35 Program
- 00:01:45 Game News:
- BloodRayne opening declared "a debacle".
- EA trademarks "System Shock".
- The Tetris are coming! The Tetris are coming!
- 25 to Life (anyone remember this game?) is released.
- 2005 a record year for US console gaming.
- 2005 is also a record year in the UK.
- Meanwhile Nintendo totally owns Japan in 2005.
- US PC sales drop 14 percent.
- 00:21:29 GameTalk: What is the future of PC gaming?
- 00:36:33 SporeTalk: I answer lots of questions about Spore.
- 00:47:43 Game Review: Osu! Tatakae! Ouendan! for the Nintendo DS.
- 00:56:30 RetroReview: System Shock 2 for the PC.
- 01:06:10 “Name That Game!” contest winner from last week, a new clip, and a very cool prize!
- 01:09:06 Show Mail: I answer your audio and email questions.
- 01:46:00 Final Thoughts: Results of the "Final Thoughts Contest" from a few weeks ago, what were your best games of 2005, and getting "into the gaming zone".
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Posted by Gaming Steve at 8:00 PM
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Another great podcast Steve! :D
You mentioned in your podcast that you'd love to try FIFA Street, but expressed a belief that it isn't out in the US. It is, in fact, available in the US, but the reviews weren't all that great. So if you really do want to try it, you should be able to buy it or order it from any of the usual suspects.
Keep up the good work!
- A fellow gaming Steve
thought people might be interested
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