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GFW Radio - Games for Window's Weekly Podcast: Episodes

In the final LAN Party of the year, the gang talks Christmas wishes, old-ass PC games, and a bunch of other unusually, even for us, random stuff. See you in 2009!<div class="feedflare">
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Welcome to another edition of the Candy Racket Podcast, where we've somehow boarded an unstoppable train of free junk food. This week, after thanking fans from all over the world who were kind and gracious enough to send us several treat-filled package, we check in on Matt's newly finished (and badass) ...
In our tragically late Thanksgiving episode of LAN Party, special guests Alice Liang and Jade Kraus fill in for the absent Robert Ashley and Matt Chandronait. We discuss our Left 4 Dead co-op experiences, call out our most anticipated of games of 2009, and read a few listener-submitted letters.<div class="feedflare">
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After some talk about Left 4 Dead, Wrath of the Lich King, and hypothetical Guitar Hero copyright infringement, Anthony Gallegos discusses his recent hands-on time with Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War 2. Meanwhile, the poorly implemented soundproofing material in the new podcasting studio caves in, burying ...
In our first podcast from the new recording "studio" (apologies in advance for any weird audio glitches), we spend some time discussing the finer points of Left 4 Dead, Call of Duty: World at War's portrayal of the Japanese military, and the new World of WarCraft: Wrath of the Lich King expansion.<div ...
Well, we've finally setlled on the long-awaited name of this podcast: LAN Party! This week, the 1UP PC gang talks up Fallout 3 and Mirror's Edge, in between tangents about girl gamers' own crazy perceptions about themselves, the weird stuff that listeners sent recently, and what exactly gets co-host ...
This week, the gang mocks fellow editor Shane Bettenhausen's packrat tendencies, discusses the pros and cons of tighty-whities, and even gets some game discussion in there somewhere. Tina Sanchez and Anthony Gallegos give us a sneak preview of Call of Duty: World at War, while Robert Ashley approaches ...
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