We’re going to leave you with that. And the image of Nick Dinicola in a gold bikini.
While Nick is joined by Holy Goalie and Edie Sellers as they attempt to make each other throw up in their mouths, the GameHounds team also brings a steaming pile of reviews and news for your podcasting enjoyment.
NOTE: The delay in the release of this show is due to the fact that there was no show recorded this week, so we spaced it out a bit so you wouldn’t be left for a week without a show.
ANOTHER NOTE: We will be Spreaker-casting live the Microsoft console announcement on Tuesday, May 21 at 10 a.m. PT/1 p.m. ET on
We’re not going to lie. This could quite possibly be the funniest show we’ve ever done.
See, Happy Endings is supposed to run a half hour. You know. Thirty minutes of post-podcast banter with some live input from listeners.
Aaaaanyway, this show is almost two hours. Yeah, we end up laughing ourselves silly for two hours. We also go into more detail about our reviews, but then someone brings up genital mutilation and porn. And it all goes sideways.
Here is the recording for your enjoyment.
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If you have any issues with listening to people be sick and get progressively sicker over the course of an hour, this is not the show for you.
GamerEdie and her amazing inflating nose is joined by Holy Goalie and Nick Dinicola to chat up games and gaming news of the day. Topics include:
Some things are so good, you just have to stop what you’re doing and take a moment to memorialize it.
This is one of these moments.
Scene: Dave finishes Bioshock Infinite, looks at wife, wife shrugs, Dave calls Edie.
And we pick up from there, where Dave is, well, pretty pissed off by the game’s ending. We discuss what it all means, how it works and doesn’t work, and how to reconcile spending that much time on a end that made you feel like a dog shown a card trick.
WARNING: This episode is completely SPOILERIFIC about Bioshock Infinite. You have been advised.
Sanctum 2 is a tower-defense first-person shooter. Note the order of those genres; Sanctum 2 has a lot of shooting in it, but it’s not about the shooting. You can play with guns and lasers and rockets, but that’s not the point of the game; all these things are just various means to the same end: Protecting the core (your tower).
We have no delusions on this episode of Happy Endings. Recorded shortly after the show recorded last Wednesday, we suffered through a magical disappearing Nick and Edie being congested to an almost painful degree.
This episode discusses the art of lighting farts, what to do with shell casings in your handbag, and the comparison of Disneyland versus Disney World.
Mass Effect 3 multiplayer gets mentioned, Borderlands 1, and Bioshock Infinite.
The crew finds a way to keep calm, carry on, and make the best of a tough few days. Holy Goalie, who’s in the Boston area, is joined by Nick Dinicola and Edie Sellers while they get very raw and real about all the crazy emotions going through them at the moment and wondering how to they talk about something so trivial as video games when a horrible event such as the Boston Marathon bombing is so fresh and raw.
Since this recording, the two bombers have been caught or killed, and while we still have a lot of questions unanswered, the answer to “what do we do now” is to not let the tragedy stop our lives… or our podcast.
ALERT: GameHounds won’t have a show next week due to Edie going out of town. Need something to tide you over? Try our two episodes of GameHounds: Happy Endings on
In the week’s episode, the somber GameHounds gang discusses:
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As if you could forget.
We just wanted to nudge you, you know, just let you know that we will be broadcasting our live aftershow at noon PT/3 p.m. ET.
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Or you can just come by here at that time on Wednesday and listen here. Until then, check out the last GameHounds: Happy Endings episode.
Bringing you the latest in news, GameHounds delivers an adult perspective on the video game business and culture.
This podcast is explicit and is intended for adults ages 18 and older.