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  1. Diecast #44: EVE Online, The Bureau - Twenty Sided

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    Broken Age, Wii U, NintendoThis episode was recorded AFTER our Spoiler Warning session this week, but it’s being released first. We were a little tired and a couple of hosts short by the time we got to this point.Direct download (MP3)Direct download (ogg Vorbis)Hosts: Josh, Chris, and Shamus.Show notes:1:00 Shamus is playing Elder Scrolls Online and EVE Online.We can’t talk about ESO yet. (Embargoed until Feburay 7th.) But we can talk about the battle of B-R5RB. Note that we had this conversation before I did the homework for my recent EVE post.28:00 We move on from EVE and talk about space games more broadly.Like I said in the show, there are a lot of space games on the way. Check it out: Blockade Runner, Elite: Dangerous, Felix Vast, Kerbal Space Program, Kinetic Void, Limit Theory, The Mandate, No Man’s Sky, Pulsar: Lost Colony, Rodina, Space Engineers, Star Made, Starbound, Star Citizen, and Starpoint Gemini 2.Did I miss any?34:00 Chris is playing Call of Juarez: Gunslinger.We only cover this briefly. Not because there’s nothing to talk about, but Rutskarn already went over this a couple of months ago.38:30 Chris is also playing The Bureau: XCOM DeclassifiedHere’s the rant (and comic) that I wrote about this game way back in 2010, when it was still in development. Here’s the Polygon Article Chris mentioned: The many faces of the bureau: xcom declassified: from 2006 to 2013This conversation got sidetracked into…43:00 Another Mass Effect rant? Really? REALLY?I blame Chris.53:00 Mailbag!We talk about Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition and about Steam Early Access program and the difficulties of defining when a game is “done”.Request: When you send us a question (the address is in the splash image at the top of the post) please put “Diecast” in the title so Josh can find them when we finally get around to reading them.Previous: Diecast #43:

    Broken Age, Wii U, NintendoEight comments? Nobody’s THAT hungry.

    http://www.shamusyoung.com/twentysidedtale/?p=22170

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  2. Empire’s Sherlock Series 3 Spoiler Podcast Special | Movie News | Empire

    After a two-year absence Sherlock Series 3 came and went in just two weeks, delivering approximately 221 twists, several new psychopaths and even a fe

    http://www.empireonline.com/news/story.asp?NID=39814

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  3. Spoiler Cast: “Man of Steel” | FrogPants Studios!

    http://frogpants.com/2013/06/the-frogpants-spoiler-cast/

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  4. Spoiler Cast: “Pacific Rim” | FrogPants Studios!

    http://frogpants.com/2013/07/frogpants-spoiler-cast-pacific-rim/

    —Huffduffed by duncan 9 months ago

  5. Discussion: Mad Men Season 3

    SPOILER ALERT!

    MattM and I sat down this morning to have a chat about the season three finale of Mad Men. We normally have this conversation at our desks, but today we decided to have it in front of a microphone. If you’d like to listen to two midwesterners cough and wax intellectual about an amazing television show, a link is available below. But for those of you who came to read I have done my best to boil down our 20 minute conversation into the following highlights.

    Season three as a whole is a downer. Everybody loses something. Fathers, brothers, feet, innocence, promotions, ideas, companies and control. It all comes to a head with the assassination of President Kennedy, which causes everyone to pause and reevaluate further. The finale starts to pick things back up when Don and a rag tag crew of Sterling Copper employees decide to betray the British and split off and form a new agency. You see your favorite characters at their finest. They stop whining and decide to take back control of their lives.

    Betty decides she wants a divorce from Don, no matter what it takes. But she is trading dependence on him for dependence on Henry Francis, whom she hardly knows. I can’t see it working out between them. Oh, those poor Draper kids. Two weeks before Christmas their parents split up? That’s rough. "Mommy’s running off to Reno for an easy divorce. See you in six weeks. Love you." Certainly Sally and Bobby will be affected for the worse.

    Predictions We both guess that Season 4 will begin around February 1964, just before the British invasion of the Beatles. Matt believes Paul Kinsey will not be brought on at the new agency and will slowly disappear. I, on the other hand, believe Ken Cosgrove will disappear into the ranks of McCann, never to be seen again. We both think Salvatore Romano will be joining the new firm as art director, although Matt would rather they hire a certain beatnik greeting card illustrator from Season 1. Things won’t work out between Betty and Henry, but it might take some time to break down.

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