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Primecast Episode 10, “Viking Chocolate Milk”

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Evening, listeners!  It’s still Monday somewhere, right?  On this week’s slightly late episode of the Primecast, the full cast gets a little too carried away with the games of the week, but almost wraps up Mass Effect 3 talk, discusses Epic Mickey and why I thought it never really interested me, but got John’s attention, and the inevitable futility of online servers.  And to sweeten the deal, I also threw in some extra overtime conversations this week, because they were good enough to maybe be a show on its own.  Think of it as my gift and apology to you for my tardiness.

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

And for those of you wondering, no I was not watching Saved by the Bell when I should’ve been editing this.

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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