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GOH Ep. 45 - GOTY 2014 - The Year of Disappointment

FINALLY! We've come to the end of the year so it's time we announce our Game of the Year. Next time we post it'll be 2015. That means hover boards, flying cars, dehydrated pizza, self drying jackets, and self lacing shoes (Nike this should at least happen.) Happy Holidays Geeks! Thanks for an awesome year.

Opening Music: GOH Medley (Featuring music from Fallout/Star Wars/Zelda/Avengers/Uncharted 2/Skyrim/Guardians of the Galaxy/Destiny/Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves/Halo 3 and the voices of Ron Perlman and Jen Taylor)
GOTY Music: "Star Wars Medley" by Lindsey Stirling and Peter Hollens
Closing Music: "Auld Lang Syne" by Reliant K

GOH Ep.44 - Short Bus Wins

Alright. We're almost ready to post out GOTY cast, but before you recorded that we put this little ditty together. It's all about the Sony's total recall of "The Interview" and how it could effect other medias.

Opening Music: "I'm So Ronery" by Team America (Featuring Sterling Archer)
Closing Music: "America, Fuck Yeah" by Team America

GOH Ep. 43 - Are you not entertained?

We're only one cast away from our Game of the Year cast. So here we are with our best in entertainment of 2014. 

Opening Music: "Beat Calls" by Scott & Brendo
Closing Music: "Come and Get Your Love" by Redbone

GOH Ep. 42 - Everything was fine until dickless here turned off the power grid

Wow, two podcasts in the same week. Crazy, right? Well, not as crazy as the Playstation Experience was. Seriously, where the hell was all this at E3? Anyway, we talk about the awesome keynote that Sony put on and the sad failure that was the Playstation 20th Anniversary PS4 pre-order process.

Closing Music: "My Own Worst Enemy" by Lit

GOH Ep. 41 - Prepare to get Sithfaced

Welcome back Geeks! This week we talk about Playstation's 20th, Halo, Destiny amazingly becomes worse after an update, Evolve, Borderlands Stories, and some really big trailers were released, including an awakening only the force can achieve.

Opening Music: "Duel of the Fates" composed by John Williams
Ending Music: "Star Wars Tribute (John Williams is the Man)" by Moosebutter