The Geekbox: Episode 94

Erstwhile 1UP editor Ray Barnholt once again guest-stars in this completely girl-free episode, where we drink Powerthirst and kick people with our energy legs for a solid hour. Enjoy!

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The Geekbox — Episode 94 (2010-12-01)
Wherein we discuss The Walking Dead (spoiler warning!), Inception: The Video Game, Black Friday, Pac-Man Championship Edition DX, Geometry Wars, Super Mario All-Stars, Zelda wars, Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves, Super Mario Bros. 2 launch day, Epic Mickey, Tron, the secret history of Cowboys & Aliens, bait-and-switch toys, Young Justice, Transformers Prime, and World of Warcraft: Cataclysm. Starring Ryan Scott, Ray Barnholt, Justin Haywald, and Ryan Higgins.
Running Time: 1h 14m 59s
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4 Responses to “ “The Geekbox: Episode 94”

  1. Mudkip says:

    Awesome, more Ray. Geekbros episodes are my favorite.

  2. andrew says:

    When you guys talk about the speed bike level in Battletoads, you’re talking about level three, right?

    I’m a bit confused because the level, while difficult, is not anywhere near as impossible as you make it out to be. I haven’t attempted it in years, but I was able to get through it as a kid and at some point in college (probably about 5 years ago). It takes a lot of tries, but eventually practice meets luck and you make it to the snow level.

    I never beat the snow level, so it only gets worse.

    You guys (or at least Ryan) should give it an honest shot one of these days!

  3. Jeff Green's Son says:

    Speaking of getting empty game boxes. One Christmas my brother got Banjo Tooie for N64 and when he opened it, there was no game but instead a pack of playing cards. So someone bought the game, took out the cartridge, put in a deck of cards to give it weight, and put it in shrink wrap. At least the crooks got what’s coming to them by being stuck with Banjo Tooie.

  4. sdf says:

    Great episode guys – thanks for your work this year. You guys should talk about gaming holidays of the past for the last few episodes of the year.

    When I was a kid – I went to rent SMB2. The clerk mistakenly gave me “Clash at Demonhead”. I was so upset, but I was a kid and that was going to be my game for the weekend. I loved it – and the Mario franchise just doesn’t mean as much to me as it does to most gamers from that era.

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