The Geekbox: Episode 160

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The Geekbox — Episode 160 (2012-03-06)
Wherein we discuss battle scars, The Hunger Games, Anne Rice, samurai movies, 13 Assassins, Technicolor fever, Journey, Game Developers Conference 2012, indie game developers vs. Japan, the video game industry crash of 1983, Japan vs. America, free World of Warcraft characters, the death of EverQuest Online Adventures, Mass Effect 3, and t-shirt giveaways. Starring Ryan Scott, Adam Fitch, Ryan Higgins, Brock Sager, and April Scott.
Running Time: 1h 16m 44s
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6 Responses to “ “The Geekbox: Episode 160”

  1. BKO says:

    Christ, Ryan Scott, stop mumbling and trailing off. It’s a podcast.

  2. Mister Trench says:

    If Ryan S. still wants samurai movies, he should scope the “Lone Wolf and Cub” series, or maybe Lady Snowblood.

    Keep up the good work, folks.

  3. Rishard says:

    Listening to this episode now, and I had to get this out of my system before I forget.

    Ryan is kind of right about hunger games and where it goes with the 13th colony not exactly being wiped out as you go on in the series. The first book was really good, but the following books get worse and worse.

    13 Assassins is a remake of 13 Assassins from the 60’s. Its definitely a take on 7 samurai, but thats more because the original was as well. because I live near NY I help out with the the NY asian film festival here, and I chauffeured the guy the guy in the movie that lived. Really cool guy, but really short. Got a few pics with him somewhere.

  4. Art says:

    Suzanne Collins isn’t a Mormon for the reasons stated. As a Mormon it’s ok for me to stereotype. Orson Scott Card is a homophobic ass and doesn’t represent all Mormons, most of us are simple people who want to be left alone to be racist and marry as many underage girls as we can. Oh wait… Also, we don’t have horns. We call them Jesus Spikes, mine aren’t noticeable, but they will be in 200 years or so.

  5. The Internet says:

    Adam you are worst than Hitler!

  6. sdf says:

    Sorry Adam, but you don’t get a free pass at your Jerry Lewis, Ching Chong Ting Tong horseshit. Go get cancer. See you.

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