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Monday
Jan132014

The Pixelated Sausage Podcast #117: There Has Been a Death in the [Podcasting] Family

In today's episode, I talk about my eventful weekend, which started with a slice of surprisingly nice OkCupid bread, was then followed with a thick slab of equipment-failing meat (not sausage), and ended with a moldy piece of depressing death bread. Things are a bit of a wreck right now and there has been no better time to support the site through the links provided below if you enjoy what I (and co.) do. And, If you want to be extra cool, you should seriously check out Frontburnr, register, and join our lovely little party. Anyway, if you're feeling extra generous, donate a little money or subscribe to show your support for the site and show(s), it's not free to host the site, the show; to make and record videos, and everything in between. You can also support the site by shopping at Amazon. Thanks regardless and have a lovely day.

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Tuesday
Nov122013

The Pixelated Sausage Podcast #086: An Apple a Day Keeps the iPad Mini Away

In today's episode, I talk about a little trip I took to a local Apple store with hopes of picking up an iPad Mini to replace my dying iPad 3; well, let's just say it didn't go according to plan, but I'll leave the details for the actual show. In addition to a hefty serving of fruit, I talk about not touching either new console controller, the 4 Thrones physical deck --> Kickstarter <-- and how I am a Fairway Solitaire king. And, if you want to be extra cool, you should seriously check out Frontburnr, register, and join the party! Anyway, if you're feeling extra generous, donate a little money or subscribe to show your support for the site and show(s), it's not free to host the site, the show; to make and record videos, and everything in between.

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Wednesday
Jul102013

The Pixelated Sausage Podcast #015: Board Gaming

I'm still out of town, but I threw together this brief episode about board gaming just before I left; I'll probably go more in-depth about board gaming in the future. More so than anything, this episode is about my personal annoyance with not having friends in real life who like board gaming--3+ players is my kryptonite. And if you're feeling extra generous, donate a little money or subscribe to show your support for the site and show(s), it's not free to host the site, the show; to make and record videos, and everything in between. Thanks regardless.

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Sunday
Sep162012

Pixelated Radio 39: I am Marc, the Ninja...And PAX

This week's show signifies the return of greatness, the return of the only radio that's pixelated and full of sausage: Pixelated Radio. We skipped a week (technically two) because of PAX, but now we are back with lots of games and tales from PAX, and stories of firsts—like first plane rides and first orgasms—so sit in your fancy oversized bean bag chair and enjoy the latest and greatest of Pixelated Radio.

We talked about a lot of games this week—quite a few from PAX's Mega Indie Booth—and give our general thoughts of PAX, the panels we saw, the board/card games played, and all that lovely. We also discuss a few bits of news—a.k.a., the Wii U details and iPhone 5 announcement—and answer a few listener questions. Anyway, I do hope you enjoy the show and, won't you do us a kindness and be our favorite neighbor by rating us on iTunes? (Please do.) And if you're feeling extra generous, donate a little money to the site/show, it's not free to host the site, the show, and everything in between.

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Saturday
Sep012012

PAX Prime 2012: Day 1

It's the morning of PAX Prime: day two (who knew?...I did, I knew), so I thought I'd write up a little something about the happenings of day one, you know, just for fun.

First and foremost, PAX can be a little hard to navigate; yes, there are maps here and there, but there aren't enough visible signs. Surprising no one, there are a lot of people -- some bad cosplay, some decent cosplay -- and all the people turned my 3DS into the devil. I was looking forward to the abundance of StreetPasses, but I never thought about the actual time needed to manage them -- it is an absolute nightmare and takes forever. And speaking of the people, it wasn't as smelly as some led me to believe -- though, I've only made it through day one -- and I don't feel like I'm coming down with anything other than sore feet.

Specifics: I checked out a few panels; met some cool people; and got recognized a few times (weird). I spent most of the time checking out the main floor and tabletop area, getting familiar with the layout and building a mental map. The tabletop area was a bit overwhelming with how much was going on; how many different games were being played; and how I have no idea as to what most of the board games are. Anyway, I'll be checking out the indie megabooth a bit more today (day two); sitting in on a few more panels; and, finally, I'll be going through 3DS hell once again.

Oh yeah, I saw my podcasting buddy, Robert "Rose-colored Glasses" Wood, and watched him buy suckers that were far too expensive for my wallet; you know, one could call him the sucker.

I'm hilarious.

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