The Geekbox: Episode 162

This week, Ryan Higgins talks about a bunch of stuff he doesn’t like. Yes, it must be the Geekbox. Don’t forget to hit some of those share buttons! And don’t forget about our t-shirt giveaway contest, either!

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The Geekbox — Episode 162 (2012-03-20)
Wherein we discuss Draw Something, the disposability of mobile games, Arkham Horror, Cthulhu Saves the World, crazy Kickstarter projects, Kid Icarus: Uprising, playing Wii games, Telltale’s Walking Dead game, Michael Bay vs. the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Star Trek movies. Starring Ryan Scott, Karen Chu, Adam Fitch, and Ryan Higgins.
Running Time: 1h 9m 13s
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5 Responses to “ “The Geekbox: Episode 162”

  1. X2 says:

    Those two guys need to have a Star Trek podcast.

  2. X2 says:

    I thought the excess money asked for Kickstarter projects (such as Podcast) is partly for salaries. In other words, so that people can focus their attention on creating instead of having a day job.

  3. fenixrisingxl21 says:

    Good Lord. It’d be nice if I could hear Higgins give his alternate opinion without being jumped on by Karen for not agreeing with everyone else on the show.
    What’s worse is he explains the reasoning behind his opinion, and is summarily shot down by Karen’s ‘So the eff what?’
    I guess majority rules on this show.
    No minority opinions allowed, or tolerated.
    Keep fighting the good fight Higgins!

  4. Travis says:

    Higgins is stubborn as all hell. I refuse to believe that he is that dense.

    Poor Karen. lol

  5. audio guy says:

    I hear the difference in audio quality with the better microphones. I also have professional headphones and speakers since I work in an audio-related industry. It’s kind of ridiculous but even entry-level professional mics are pricy. Is it necessary for recording all podcasts? Probably not, and most listener’s headphones and speakers won’t pick up the fidelity. I guess I’m saying I can understand why someone would ask for a large sum of money for recording something like a podcast.

    At any rate, love the podcast. Keep up the good work!

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