The Geekbox: Episode 143

More Batman Arkham City chat/ending dissection commences this week — I promise it’ll be the last Arkham-heavy week — and we discuss current and upcoming potential games of the year. What’s yours!? Oh, and check out the trailer for the crazy Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney movie. It looks awesome.

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The Geekbox — Episode 143 (2011-11-08)
Wherein we discuss World of Warcraft’s diminishing player base, the Metal Gear Solid HD Collection, midnight game launches, our games of the year (so far), Team Fortress 2 freebies, Star Wars: The Old Republic, Rayman Origins, Super Mario 3D Land, 21 Jump Street, Phoenix Wright: The Movie, and Batman: Arkham City (ending spoilers!). Starring Ryan Scott, Karen Chu, Justin Haywald, and Ryan Higgins.
Running Time: 1h 4m 11s
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4 Responses to “ “The Geekbox: Episode 143”

  1. Oliver Piehl says:

    SWTOR Secrets is the first true strategy guide written for SWTOR, making it a massive opportunity for anyone interested in getting into the gaming niche. And because this guide is so unique and has so little competition, traffic will surge into your landing pages, eagerly eating up whatever content you provide. Conversion rates are through the roof right now, meaning you do less work and make more money for your time.Enjoy!!!

  2. SWTOR Secrets is the first true strategy guide written for SWTOR, making it a massive opportunity for anyone interested in getting into the gaming niche. And because this guide is so unique and has so little competition, traffic will surge into your landing pages, eagerly eating up whatever content you provide. Conversion rates are through the roof right now, meaning you do less work and make more money for your time.Enjoy!!!

  3. sdf says:

    I bet you hate Apple too. Computers are not religion.

  4. yeahright says:

    Keep defending WOW’s bleeding user base.

    800k people leaving now certainly sounds like a drop in the bucket but eventually a number like that will feel much more significant.

    There are so many great MMOs out there and I’m personally happy to see people moving on.

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