GameHounds Episode 31: The Vagina Dialogues

In: Podcasts by Edie Sellers

24 Aug 2008

It only took six months for it to happen, but finally Cooper Hawkes and Edie Sellers broach the subject that you all think about, but none will talk about. What does Whoopi Goldberg call it? The va-jay-jay?

But more importantly, they also discuss major news in the gaming world, not limited to rumors about Grand Theft Auto IV‘s DLC (including release date), more rumors about the Xbox 360 price drop and how it might include a motion controller, Rush’s Moving Pictures album coming to Rock Band, Duke Nukem 3D details, and Loadrunner coming to Xbox Live Arcade.

There’s also much Sony love as well.

Links and notes after the jump…

Topics discussed include:

And don’t forget to enter our Fable 2 Pub Games code contest. A few lines of poetry or prose could win big.

Enjoy.

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10 Responses to GameHounds Episode 31: The Vagina Dialogues

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HeartbreakRidge

August 24th, 2008 at 8:25 pm

Apropos of nothing, but you guys have excellent hosting, because I can dl the podcast quicker than any other podcast I dl.

As far as Japan goes, I’d say that the news is that the 360 is still making slow, slow but definite progress, seeing how they basically sold zero in the last generation.

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dave19711998

August 24th, 2008 at 10:31 pm

I suffered a blood clot as a baby that caused brain damage and my mother was told that I would be a quadriplegic and would be dead in six weeks. That was thirty six years ago. The drugs that they gave me caused asthma, synus, convulsions and I used to make jokes about epyleptics on the dance having a seisure, and everyone thinking it was a new dance routine.

I remember one person said to me, that I wouldn’t make fun of the illness if I had it myself. How the ignorant make me laugh.

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mik

August 25th, 2008 at 7:21 am

Hawkes, if you’re concerned about The Force Unleashed being too linear and repetitive, you’ll want to stay well away from Too Human. I don’t know if I’ve ever played a game that more aptly exemplified “linear” or “repetitive.”

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Bodabo 420

August 25th, 2008 at 8:22 am

Wooohooo!!!! the greatest Canadian rock band in the history lol.. I cant wait to smash the hell out of my drums on those Rush songs ahhhhh!!!!

Thx for that lil shout out

Great F-ing show as always

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Maj Malfunction

August 25th, 2008 at 9:49 am

I already paid for 2 of those fucking Rush songs once. Once on the disc and once as DLC. Oh yeah, I already bought “Working Man” twice too… goddamnit.

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Robb

August 25th, 2008 at 12:50 pm

I have one word for you: “Buckwheats!” (which won’t make any sense to most)

But seriously, I understand the people that think Galaga Legions (XBLA) is a fantastic game as well as those that heavily criticize it. In the the context of the Galaxian/Galaga games (my personal favorite is Gaplus), it doesn’t play the same and is a real turn-off for fans. Out of that context, the game is excellent. I recommend it, but I also recommend that older games seek out the Namco Museum collections.

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Maj Malfunction

August 25th, 2008 at 1:27 pm

I am not sure what Edie wants for the Eull Gibbons answer. “Ever Eat a Pine Tree?”

He’s the Grape-Nuts guy.

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Mr Maynard

August 25th, 2008 at 1:42 pm

Another great show you two! I just love listening to you guys on my Zune here at work.

But yea, Edie if ya wanna hit it up on some Gears, just let me know!

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HeartbreakRidge

August 25th, 2008 at 6:20 pm

Just completed listening to the show – Engineer Kevin is *awesome*. I may have to divorce The Wife. I asked her at dinner – she didn’t know!

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HeartbreakRidge

August 25th, 2008 at 6:36 pm

During the discussion on the GTAIV DLC, I’m surprised no one mentioned Shivering Isles. I think that is the closest comparison, and remember it was 2400 MS pts (and, to be fair, was 10-20 hours of content).

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