Episode 150 (9/07/09) – Odds, Ends, Bits n’ Bobs from PAX 2009


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This week! Only one host and a bunch of guests. CJ goes to Penny Arcade Expo, brings his pocket recorder and records conversations with a couple people. That includes Patrick Klepek, David Ellis, Andrew Pfister, Jeremy Parish, Shane Bettenhausen and Kholdstare. Plus a bonus PAX-related voicemail from Bill Mudron, whose awesome EGM/1UP tribute piece and other artwork can be found at www.excelsiorstudios.net. Thanks again to everyone I ran into at PAX and/or played The Beatles Rock Band with. We will return to our regularly scheduled lineup and podcast next week.

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Running time: 1:16:46

This week’s links:

CJ’s PAX Twitterings

Excelsior Studios

“Hot N Cold (8-bit cover!)” by PlayItLoud!

G4’s The Feed blog

Ignition Entertainment

Jeremy Parish’s 1UP.com blog

David Ellis’ 1UP.com blog

Direct download: 09_07_09-Episode150.mp3

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  1. Jef
    Posted September 8, 2009 at 5:57 am | Permalink

    Last week you mentioned there were videos in Batman:AA. Where the hell are these vids. I cant find them.

  2. Posted September 8, 2009 at 6:37 am | Permalink

    In the PS3 version they appear in the “videos” tab of the main XMB when the game’s sitting in the drive. I haven’t looked for them in the 360 version but I imagine if they’re on there they’re in a menu somewhere.

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