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Peg Catch Up
1:15- Robb describes for us why 1980’s video game release of Pac-Man is actually a horror show.
3:59- The Pegs announce the winner of the Dice Tower/Cool Stuff Inc. “Thanks for the Meme-ories” Contest. (to see all of the entries)
GREAT ENTRIES! We have a winner, who will be announced in our episode releasing tomorrow morning.
CONTEST- Thanks for…
7:05- The Pegs announce the near completion of their Top 50 Lists. (to read our list)
8:58- Patrick review a suite of trivia games, including Box of Rocks, Mr. Lister’s Quiz Shoot-Out & the gem of the bunch, America. (Box of Rocks publisher page/to buy) (Mr. Lister publisher page/to buy) (America publisher page) (America to buy)
45:13- Christina gives a shout of to one of our newest regional con’s Washing-Con. (to register)
46:37- Robb gets back into the kickstarter swing with his discussion of the oddly themed, Endangered Orphans. (to back)
49:27- Patrick starts anticipating this years Essen releases as he discusses Martin Wallace’s latest release, The Arrival.
52:48- Patrick shares the upcoming expansion to one of the Pegs favorite games, Deus, Deus: Egypt.
Blue Peg, Pink Peg Review
Bumper Music- What’s New Pussycat performed by Tom Jones.
Bumper- A clip form Marlon Brando’s performance of the role of Marc Anthony in Julius Caesar.
59:00- All of the Pegs review Cry Havoc, by Portal Games.
Blue Peg, Pink Peg Re-Roll
Bumper Music- Tell it Like It Is by
1:30:40- All of the Pegs re-visit Rattle, Battle, Grab the Loot.
Blue Peg, Pink Peg Discussion
Bumper Music- Can’t Get Started as performed by Ella Fitzgerald.
1:34:44- All of the Pegs discuss the games that they can’t seem to bring themselves to buy or play. (To see the Guild discussion that prompted this topic, click here.)