Monthly Archives: June 2013

What’s Jump? Podcast Episode 2: Iron Fiscal Conservitude

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On this week’s podcast, Thomas and Jon cover key topics such as: Wendy from Wendy’s Teenage Pregnancy The Queen of Latifah Los Locos! The Dangers of Fist Pumping Draven! And some gaming stuff. Enjoy!

What’s Jump Podcast Episode 1: Big Dudes Doing Big Dude Stuff

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  It’s the inaugural episode of the podcast, so you can’t really say we are rusty.  After all, products don’t ship with rust.  “That car looks great Johnson, but it’ll never sell like this.  Rust it!!!”  We cover all the news from this week, including Microsoft’s take backsies on DRM, Nintendo thinking they are still

The Last of Us Is Among the Best of Them

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Naughty Dog’s The Last of Us is one of the few games that made my list of most anticipated titles this year. Having tracked the development of this title over the past year and having played the demo at this year’s PAX East show, my hype machine was on full blast. With the game finally

Five Bold Post-E3 Predictions That Fare Well for Microsoft and the Xbox One

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So rarely do I get the chance to play devil’s advocate for the actual devil.  I kid Microsoft, of course, but they definitely haven’t made many friends this week.  Ever since they announced their used game policy, codenamed the “Satan System” for the duration of this article, gamers have been in an uproar.  We’ve been

Remember Meh

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Remember Me is the likely story of a woman who awakens having lost her memories, and spends the next day attempting to change the past to make more sense of the future. College girls across the country play this same game every day. Aiding you in your quest for truth is the voice in your

The Swapper Review: A Game of Clones

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The puzzle platforming genre has undergone a pretty remarkable transformation and resurgence over the past five years, and it still seems to be gaining steam.  It feels like it came out of nowhere.  Before Portal came out in 2007, I barely even noticed the genre existed.  We met briefly back in 1994, when I got