In this week’s episode of the OSMcast, we’re joined by the Anime World Order‘s Daryl Surat to talk about Fallout 3. It’s Bethesda Game Studios’ take on the classic video games series Fallout by Black Isle Studios. So of course we talk about those too. All in all it’s a very Fallout-y podcast. Except when it’s not.
Spoiler Alert: After the podcast Inubito and I did leave to try and see Crank: High Voltage. However, the fools that we were decided to get food first and missed the last showing. So instead we saw Fast & Furious, which was both fast and furious.
You can pretty much find this game everywhere that you can find remotely new games. Hell, I think some places still have Collector’s Editions floating around at discounted prices. And who wouldn’t want a Pip-Boy bobble head and a Fallout 3 lunchbox. I mean really. As far as I can tell, this game is pretty awesome, and you all should totally buy it. Speaking of things you can buy…
Rumor has it that Toys ‘R’ Us has the PS2 game God Hand around for $20. This one of the best action games around. In fact some may say it’s even the best action game, EVER. (It also has the best ending credits song, too!) We’ve mentioned the game in the show before, as it’s one of those weird games that’s really good but got some really bad scores. Why? I have no clue, maybe some people just don’t like fun. Oh, and if you too lazy to leave your house, that’s fine! It looks like their website has it, too.
We’ve mentioned it before butjust in case: Our glorious DJ Inubito, has teamed up with some fellow DJs and have formed Dou(gai)jin Recordings and have already released their first promo EP. And best of all? You can download it right now.
In the next thrill-packed episode of the OSMcast, it’s all anime all the time as we tackle several shows that just hit for the Spring 2009 Anime Season. Not exactly full reviews since at most we’ve seen maybe three episodes, but our takes on what the show looks to be about and if it should be on your radar or not. We’ll also be announcing a brand new contest! It’s EXITING.
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And finally we hear at OSM Central wish Daryl all the best of luck on his surgery today. But frankly, we aren’t worried.