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EPISODE 12: A Real Fallout Wrecktify, German, Rob and Jessica go Wii happy with discussions of Donkey Kong Country Returns, Kirby’s Epic Yarn, and Metroid Other M. The crew has a brain freeze over the Fallout franchise and give Fable high marks. Subscribe: iTunes / RSS Feed Download: Episode 12
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Now here is a bookshelf that will have Mario jumping. Dennis and his girlfriend Judith built this custom Super Mario Bros inspired bookshelf for their apartment. Can you say DYI bad asses? Naturally the shelves are made entirely out of wood, while the warp pipe was built from a garbage can and some clever use of regular ol’ paint. For more details hit up the original source neatorama.com. Thanks Rony...
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I wish I had an 8bit wood — I really do. You would too if you saw what the guy at 8bit wood does with lumber. It is a simple idea really, he cuts wood into tiny perfectly square pixels, glues them together to represent characters in his favorite video games and then finally seals the wood. Voila! Sometimes the world’s greatest ideas are the simplest. See more at 8bit...
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When Mario is not saving the galaxy he is peddling video games. The economy has hit ’em hard.
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Guinness World Records recently published their 2010 edition of the Gamer’s Edition book. The book is loaded with random and obscure video game industry data that would cause any video game geek to lick the book from cover to cover. Want some samples to whet your appetite? Would you like to know who has the biggest Pokemon collection in the world? Or did you know that the rarest 2d console...
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