The 72 Pins Podcast 78: Spider-Woman

by on July 6, 2012 >> Podcast

Spider-Woman

This week we talk about moving, movies, and not playing video games.

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The 72 Pins Podcast 77: LEGO Batman Meets the Empty Void

by on June 21, 2012 >> Podcast

LEGO Batman Meets the Empty Void

LEGO Batman saves the day (week).

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The 72 Pins Podcast 76: Nonplussed by Nintendo

by on June 14, 2012 >> Podcast

Nonplussed by Nintendo

Technically, “not impressed” would be more accurate, but “nonplussed” just sounded so much better (in addition to also being true).

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The 72 Pins Podcast 75: Prometheus Spoilercast

by on June 12, 2012 >> Podcast

Prometheus Spoilercast

As the title suggests, you should listen to this after you see the movie.

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The 72 Pins Podcast 74: E3

by on June 7, 2012 >> Podcast

E3

Video games, video games, video games, with a bit of Tarantino on top.

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Must Watch: Nintendo’s Direct Pre E3 2012 Video

by on June 3, 2012 >> NewsWii U

Nintendo is determined to show us a few things with their new Wii U video reveal. In a way this is to get us hyped up before E3 in hopes that Nintendo delivers what we all want. It succeeds and fails in many different ways while also impressing on us the importance of their new controller and networking features. This video is strictly centered around the upcoming Wii U and despite a giant sketch involving their new online social networking features, has some neat ideas. Take a look for yourself or read what we have to say. Keep reading for the rundown or watch the presentation yourself.

Review: Piranha 3DD

by on June 1, 2012 >> MoviesReviews

There’s no way I can act like Piranha 3DD is a good movie, it’s not trying to be. Piranha 3DD is trying to be a fun movie and for a while it is. It gets in with a silly plot, some nudity, sex and violence, a dash of comedy and gets out just soon enough that you can’t complain about it’s length, lack of content or and cohesive plot. At just over 70 minutes, the movie never wears out it’s welcome, but it comes ever so close to that border. Read on for this incredibly short review for an incredibly short film.

The 72 Pins Podcast 73: Pre-Three

by on May 31, 2012 >> Podcast

Pre-Three

Movies, games, pre-E3 craziness, and Tyler Perry?

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Review: Resistance – Burning Skies

by on May 30, 2012 >> PSVITAReviews

Burning Skies offers the first FPS for the Playstation Vita, a system that finally has the potential to be a hand held where first person shooters can live, be playable and a lot of fun. With dual analog sticks, touch controls and more, the Vita seems like a natural fit for the genre, especially with it’s impressive graphical capabilities, robust online features and PSN integration. The Resistance franchise is tied directly to this generation of playstation systems and their success in the world of exclusives. Along with Killzone, Resistance has been a series that FPS players have been proud to call one of their favorites and with a name and pedigree like that you’d think that a jump into the hand held market on Sony’s new flagship system would be a brilliant choice and a no brainer. Unfortunately Burning Skies ends up coming off poorly. Read on to see why this game misses the mark in nearly everything it tries to nail down.

The 72 Pins Podcast 72: Seventy-Two

by on May 24, 2012 >> Podcast

Seventy-Two

Movies, games, and more randomness for the 72nd time.

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