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The Geekbox: Episode 47

Happy new year, and sorry for the relative lateness. Hopefully it was worth the wait! By the way, if you like the podcast, you should check out our discussion forums — we’ve just upgraded our software a bit and added a few new features, and we’ve got a great lil’ community going here. So hop on board!

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The Geekbox — Episode 47 (2010-01-08)
Wherein we discuss playing games with the family, trivial information, The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks, our eternal love for Batman: Arkham Asylum, the A-Team, the most idiotic manbaby in comics, the Lost Supper, and learning to love the Venture Bros. Starring Ryan Scott, Andrew Fitch, Justin Haywald, and Ryan Higgins.
Running Time: 1h 6m 29s
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The Geekbox: Episode 46

In our final episode of 2009, Geekbox co-founder Greg Ford joins us as we celebrate the holidays and look back upon the last decade. Enjoy, Digg, and review! Happy New Year, and we’ll see you in 2010!

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The Geekbox — Episode 46 (2009-12-31)
Wherein we discuss this week’s special guest host, Burn Notice’s impending return, the happy holidays, Sherlock Holmes, a dramatic reading from Entertainment Weekly, our favorite games of the decade, SyFy’s Alice miniseries, Torchwood, Fitch’s reaction to Venture Bros., and making the jump to Windows 7. Starring Ryan Scott, Karen Chu, Andrew Fitch, Ryan Higgins, and special guest-host Greg Ford.
Running Time: 1h 35m 38s
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The Geekbox: Episode 45

Short but sweet: Merry Christmas. Enjoy, and tune in next week for an extra-special guest. 🙂

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The Geekbox — Episode 45 (2009-12-23)
Wherein we discuss our boring-ass Christmas plans, more fun racist Disney stuff, Microsoft’s latest non-commitment to PC gaming, the new EGM, insane ramblings from Roadie Brock, speciesism, and more World of Warcraft 3.3 awesomeness. Starring Ryan Scott, Karen Chu, Andrew Fitch, Ryan Higgins, and Brock Sager.
Running Time: 1h 12m 12s
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The Geekbox: Episode 44

This week, we pour out a… well, I guess a cup of frozen yogurt for Frozos, who has supplied the Geekbox crew with tasty treats each week. Their last day of business is this Friday, and we’re all pretty bummed about it.  So check out the podcast, Digg it, review it on iTunes, and leave Frozos a message on Twitter telling them how much ass they kick. 🙂

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The Geekbox — Episode 44 (2009-12-17)
Wherein we discuss Umloud 2009, obsessive gaming, The Princess and the Frog (the most racist movie ever), Doctor Who, the Venture Bros. season non-finale, Red Cliff, the Spike Video Game Awards, the most dangerous house in Sunnyvale, Mega Man 10, Karen’s porno comic review, and the technical definition of a decade. Starring Ryan Scott, Karen Chu, Andrew Fitch, and Ryan Higgins.
Running Time: 1h 13m 15s
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The Geekbox: Episode 43

Jade Kraus and Justin Haywald join us this week, filling in for Karen Chu and Mike Cruz. The holidays are upon us, and we’re all scrambling to get our acts in gear so we can kick back and play some games over the end-of-year break. Hopefully we won’t be playing any Silent Hill: Shattered Memories, though. Yeesh.

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The Geekbox — Episode 43 (2009-12-10)
Wherein we discuss Silent Hill: Shattered Memories, the insane Bayonetta demo, Assassin’s Creed II frustration, unobtanium (Avatar: The Movie: The Game spoilers!), insane Duke Nukem Forever developer quotes, pre-order incentives, DC: Earth One, the latest episode of Venture Bros., and the man who beat World of Warcraft. Starring Ryan Scott, Andrew Fitch, Justin Haywald, Ryan Higgins, and Jade Kraus.
Running Time: 1h 18m 26s
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The Geekbox: Episode 42

I hope everyone had a happy Thanksgiving! This week’ episode makes up for last week’s three-man nerd crew by getting the whole Geekbox cast back together to nerd out over everything from Dragon Age to Roger Rabbit of all things, so please enjoy. Also, I just wanted to pimp Umloud one more time — it’s a San Francisco-based fundraiser event that’s happening on December 9, and if you can make it, you can play some Rock Band, hang out, and help a good cause. Finally, for all you Twitter-enabled listeners, please follow our next door neighbors at Sunnyvale Frozo’s — I think it’d be amusing to see just how many followers we can get them before next week’s show. 🙂

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The Geekbox — Episode 42 (2009-12-03)
Wherein we discuss Thanksgiving turkey coma, Blu-ray indecisiveness, Dragon Age, New Super Mario Bros. Wii, League of Legends’ insidious free-ness, Assassin’s Creed II, more Turtles Forever, Who Framed Roger Rabbit, coming to grips with new types of games, MMOs and innovation, the upcoming Smallville/Justice Society movie, The Omega Man, and Halloween costume contest winners. Starring Ryan Scott, Karen Chu, Mike Cruz, Andrew Fitch, and Ryan Higgins.
Running Time: 1h 8m 42s
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The Geekbox: Episode 41

In what’s sure to be our whitest, nerdiest, and most boring episode to date, I am joined by Andrew Fitch and Ryan Higgins for a way-too-long-for-its-own-good three-man geek-out. You can thank Caltrain and Thanksgiving for the short staff this week. Speaking of which, happy Thanksgiving, and have a safe and turkey-filled weekend (unless you live outside of the U.S., in which case…have a great normal nothing-to-see-here weekend)! Also: If you want to hear more podcastin’ from Karen Chu and I, head on over to Bitmob and check out this week’s episode of the Mobcast, where we join fellow Ziff Davis/1UP castaways Demian Linn and Jeff Green to chat about Warcraft’s 15th anniversary.

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The Geekbox — Episode 41 (2009-11-25)
Wherein we discuss the week’s three-man band, rogue turkeys, Grand Theft Staleness, Final Fantasy IV: The After Years (and some annoying design decisions), marrying videogame characters, Star Trek Online, the nature of the game review process, Star Trek on DVD, Turtles Forever, and the Battlestar Galactica board game. Starring Ryan Scott, Andrew Fitch, and Ryan Higgins.
Running Time: 1h 22m 9s
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