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The JIM Show - The Hobbit: The Desolation of Friendships - Season 2 Episode 30 Part One

This week the gang are back with an absolutely GINORMOUS episode that was so big it might even be a three part episode (kinda like a certain trilogy of films to which the title of this podcast may subtly allude). In part one, Jeremy, Daniel and Jack talk about the latest Hobbit film, what it does well, its faults, and why exactly Peter Jackson is making The Hobbit into three films.

Prizes for this episode will be announced when the final part is uploaded!

Direct download: Ep._30_Part_1_Finished.mp3
Category:Gaming -- posted at: 4:58am EDT

The JIM Show - The Future of Telltale Games' Block Heaters - Season 2 Episode 29

This week the show opens with a heated discussion about Heet and block heaters. The gang eventually moves on to discuss Tearaway; Far Cry 3's depictions of race; the trainwreck that was the VGX show; and the how Telltale games will be making games in the future.

Music this week is the Sonic Boom inspired 'Take It All The Way' by the incredibly talented Magellanic and features a great performance by PROTO·DOME. The track is just a part of the latest OC Remix album, Temporal Duality, based off of the differing soundtracks of the North American and Japanese versions of Sonic CD. The album, as with all remixes that can be found on OC Remix is completely free and probably a collection of some of the finest work the site has put out to date. More great music like this can be found over on the OCRemix.org. Head over there and check out a place flowing with musical talent!

This week we are giving away a copy of Brothers A Tale of Two Sons to someone who leaves us a comment or review on either our new iTunes page or our Game Informer blog. Want to win a fun (and apparently buggy?) adventure? Then get commenting!

*Retraction: Minnesota totally has Heet for gasoline tanks, Jack just had a brain fart and forgot.

Direct download: JIMS_S2_Episode_29_-_The_Future_of_Telltale_and_Godzillas_Block_Heater.mp3
Category:Gaming -- posted at: 7:28pm EDT

The JIM Show - Do Games Have To Be Fun? - Season 2 Episode 28

After a busy week of thing doing, the trio returns to discuss video games, specifically do games have to be fun? Things get a bit heated and Daniel sings to try and bring everyone back together. Do we have an answer? Does the singing work? Find out!

Music this week is inspired by the Stardust Speedway track from Sonic CD titled 'Road Trip' by KingTiger. The track is just a part of the latest OC Remix album, Temporal Duality, based off of the differing soundtracks of the North American and Japanese versions of Sonic CD. The album, as with all remixes that can be found on OC Remix is completely free. More great music like this can be found over on the OCRemix.org. Head over there and check out a place flowing with musical talent!

This week we are giving away a copy of Dust: An Elysian Tail to someone who leaves us a comment or review on either our new iTunes page or our Game Informer blog. Want to win an gorgeous Metroidvania-style game? Then get commenting!

Direct download: JIMS_S2_Episode_28_-_Do_Games_Have_To_Be_Fun.mp3
Category:Gaming -- posted at: 7:46pm EDT

The JIM Show - One Thanksgiving to Remember (with Community Guest Chris Mrkvicka) - Season 2 Episode 27

Jeremy, Daniel, and Jack return this week to talk about the Xbox One, however, since they lack both the machine and the expertise, the gang calls upon Game Informer community member and general gaming smart-guy and Xbox One owner, Chris Mrkvicka (pronounced merk-wich-kah). Chris gives his opinions on the launch line-up and most notable features of the Xbox One, while the rest of the JIMS team farts around talking about PS4 games and older releases. As always, everyone has a pretty great time.

Music this week is the Sonic Boom inspired 'A World in Motion' by the incredibly talented DusK. The track is just a part of the latest OC Remix album, Temporal Duality, based off of the differing soundtracks of the North American and Japanese versions of Sonic CD. The album, as with all remixes that can be found on OC Remix is completely free. More great music like this can be found over on the OCRemix.org. Head over there and check out a place flowing with musical talent!

This week we are giving away a copy of FTL: Faster Than Light to someone who leaves us a comment or review on either our new iTunes page or our Game Informer blog. Want to win an incredible Rogue-like? Then get commenting!


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