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PR Redux #1: Trailers, Anime, and Beholder, Oh My!

On this here first episode of PR Redux, aka Pixelated Sausage Weekly, aka the podcast where I take the daily episode of The Pixelated Sausage Podcast and smash them into one show, aka how many times can I say "aka" before you hate me and tell me to kill myself like a nice fella on Twitter did for not liking an anime...Anyway, this is the inaugural episode of this new setup and, while I'm still ironing out the kinks, I do hope you enjoy this episode as I talk about whether trailers should be spoilery or not, the Winter 2018 anime season, and the dystopian sim, Beholder. Anyway once again, cheers and enjoy the show.

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  • Should Trailers Be Misleading? [PSP #420] (12:04 - 24:52)
  • Best and Worst Anime of Winter 2018...So Far [PSP #421] (24:55 - 44:21)
  • Beholder Complete Edition [PSP #422] (44:24 - 1:00:27)

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