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Primecast Episode 9, “Toad in the Hole and Endings”

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Come one, come all, download this week’s latest episode of the Primecast wherein the usual crew discusses the latest hot button videogame topic of the day– endings, and specifically Mass Effect 3’s ending.  Don’t worry, no spoilers here, but we discuss whether or not players are justified in accosting BioWare as much as they have been in the past week.  And surely this can’t be the first time an ending has made gamers upset?  We also discuss the endings we thought were good, bad, and ugly, and if any were ugly enough to ruin an entire game.  Also some more talk on Street Fighter x Tekken and the next generation of consoles… at least, if  we’re even gonna hear about one soon.

So go ahead and download the episode, and don’t forget to download the show on iTunes and subscribe and drop us a rating.  You’ll be glad you did!

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If you like what you hear, follow the cast for more insight from the crew of ol’ Default Prime!

John Callahan – @jcallahan
Chris Stewart – @DPrime_Chris
Alex Carlson – @postmesmeric
John-Charles Holmes – @Sonic9jct
R.M. – @themakster
Matt Buckley – @bowlingotter

Go do it to it, guys!


John-Charles is an avid video game enthusiast who loves games with strong story, smart design, and a lick of fun. He's very hopeful for the future where others are doubtful and looks back on retro games with fond memories. With a long history with games, both old and new, he tends to Defaullt Prime's veritable museum of games, The Bitereon Collection, with a new entry every week. He's also a studying engineer turned communications with an eye for design. He also thinks cartoons are neat.

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