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On this edition of Gameological In Stereo, the game world’s most intermittent podcast, Evan Narcisse joins us from Kotaku to talk about the latest scrimps and scramps of video game news. We have some opinions on the Nintendo 2DS, the newfound confidence of Sony, and the utter mess that is the Xbox One. Plus, we debate: Was Patrick Stewart stone-cold stoned (and/or cold) when he made that quadruple-take video? This is an important thing of news and analysis.
Then, Gameological In Stereo mainstay Bonney Teti is back with her latest Facebook game review. She has gazed into the depths of Pet Rescue Saga and finds the pets cute, the story wanting. There’s also a tangent about the games of New Hampshire’s state fair, including the tale of one man who lost his life savings in a carnival game (although further research reveals that this debacle did not take place at the state fair). Our conversation also provides an explanation for the following photo:
Finally, Ellie Gibson is on to recommend her new iPhone obsession, ponder the existence of Game Critic Stockholm Syndrome, and talk about her son’s first video game experience.
This episode was edited by Tim Dobbs, and many thanks to Tim for reaching out to offer his production help—that help facilitated the podcast’s return. Dobbs is not only a generous fan of Gameological In Stereo; he also produces What People Do, billed simply enough as “a show about people’s jobs.” Why not give it a listen?